Last week we made some progress on refining our services to support more scenarios and we included a new Angular 5 application to start building our Demo UI against Activiti Cloud Services. @igdianov provided support for GraphQL which is now being migrated to the new Angular 5 app. The new App is a great place to get involved with the project and to test the advantage of the new endpoints, APIs and feature. We keep our testing against PKS (Pivotal Container Services) and improving our Trending Topics Campaign BluePrint to support more use cases.
@diegonayalazo worked on refining the Quickstarts in our GitBook and started working with our acceptance test project to improve our coverage during automation.
@igdianov Integrated GraphQL Query support into Activiti-Cloud-Demo-Ui example using Apollo Client JS libraries: https://github.com/Activiti/activiti-cloud-demo-ui/pull/3
@daisuke-yoshimoto is working on implementing Signal Throw Event Cloud Behavior that broadcasts signals to all Runtime Bundles by using Spring Cloud Stream.
@constantin-ciobotaru worked for springfox-data-rest-patch and to enable swagger for process-model and organization services, worked for the fix on springfox side, started acceptance tests for modeling service
@mteodori fixed latest Spring and Jackson security vulnerabilities https://github.com/Activiti/Activiti/issues/1749 created a ticket for newly discovered Log4J one https://github.com/Activiti/Activiti/issues/1767 and moved dependency-check to a profile to make build faster https://github.com/Activiti/Activiti/issues/1762
@lucianoprea created an endpoint to validate BPMN models correctness that should be triggered before saving a new Process Model
@balsarori Helped with investigating how suspend/activate events work. Started to work on simplifying extendability of ServiceTaskParseHandler on 5.x.
@ryandawsonuk has been adding access control on the REST part of the query module. This has required some refactoring of the access control implementation on the runtime bundle and ensuring that further data is fed through into query.
@salaboy worked on improving the Trending Topic Campaings BluePrint (https://github.com/Activiti/blueprint-trending-topic-campaigns/pull/2 ) and started a deeper research on how to use Spring Cloud Kubernetes Config and Registry modules. Also did some research on Kubernetes Service Catalog and how this will related to Spring Cloud Kubernetes.
We are looking forward to mentor people on the technologies that we are using to submit their first Pull Request 😉
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