Activiti: Last week Dev Logs #67

Last week we spend a lot of time preparing for our Core and Cloud Beta2 release. We improved our acceptance tests to cover more scenarios end to end. This included the modeling services. While aligning dependencies and how we build our repositories for a release we found out more optimal ways to reduce the interdependencies between services which enable us to decouple each service lifecycle.

@daisuke-yoshimoto worked on a critical issue related with Process Variables serialization.

@igdianov helped with critical checks for CI/CD pipelines and looked at the Notifications mechanisms.

@constantin-ciobotaru worked for import/export applications in modeling with the new zip structure

@miguelruizdev worked on the update of the keycloak realm and started to increase coverage of acceptance test in runtime bundle.

@ryandawsonuk modified the scripts in activiti-scripts to also support replacing fixed versions from Jenkins-X for the cloud repositories. Ran the scripts to perform a first mock release on the cloud repositories.

@erdemedeiros worked with @Salaboy and @ryandawsonuk on CI/CD improvements. Started working on the deployment of processes contained on the zip file generated by the modeler.

@salaboy we worked on aligning our modules for the Beta2 release that. A lot of work on aligning PoMs and finally separating the Modeling services lifecycle from the runtime modules.

Get in touch if you want to contribute: https://gitter.im/Activiti/Activiti7

We are looking forward to mentor people on the technologies that we are using to submit their first Pull Request 😉

 

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