It’s been two months since our last release but much like the werewolves in folklore, a lot happens in the dead of night and below the surface! Huge speed improvement Our biggest update in this last release is the massive speed improvement we saw. We built our own execution engine […]
Get the most out of Bamboo builds using Warewolf for free. In my last blog post I went through (on video) the three step process for running the example build on Warewolf. In this post I’ll go through the 14 step process for using Warewolf as a local Bamboo build […]
Part of Warewolf’s attraction is the ease of use in designing logic flows. In our experience, a day’s basic training and about a week of using Warewolf is enough to get a user proficient with the product. The good news is that this does not only apply to developers, but […]
Warewolf can now run builds! Simply deploy the build workflows from the Warewolf Shared Resources Server hosted on http://store.warewolf.io:3142 and run the example build to try it out for yourself. In this video I demonstrate the 3 simple steps to running the example build.
In a previous blog post we looked at testing custom WF activities using SpecFlow. In this post we will look at using SpecFlow to test the composition of custom activities. So maybe you are asking, why is this important?
We have had a couple people asking us why we don’t support Windows 8 and above. While users on Windows 8 and above can still install and run Warewolf, there are odd exceptions and we don’t recommend it.
Over the last year or so, microservices have become an increasingly popular buzzword in software development, so much that microservice architectures are considered to be the preferred SOA architecture pattern of many experts like Martin Fowler.
Studio rewrite update: For those of you who have been keeping up with us on GitHub you’ll see were making some great progress on the Studio rewrite. If you’d like to take a look under the hood get the development branch, but for everything else please use the compiled version on […]
I recently built a number of mobile apps for around the office and home. Simple apps like Track and Issue Curry Fines, Morning Appreciation at the office and a List and Content Manager to replace our home white board. It was so easy I had to write about it. I used appery.io for the mobile app front end and Warewolf Easy Service Bus (ESB) for the back end and processing.
When starting a new software project an organization needs to decide what approach best fits its objectives. Common approaches are traditional custom software development with a coded language, business process management (BPM)-based development and software as a service (SaaS)-based development.