FEBRUARY 15, 2017

Today we released the first official Flowable 6 engine version (6.0.0). After a long period of Flowable 6 development, getting community feedback, implementing new features and bug fixes and writing documentation the version 6 is now officially out of beta.

The 6.0.0 release has the following highlights:

Highlights

  • First official release of Flowable 6!

  • Documentation has been updated to Flowable 6 and a DMN and Form Engine user guide have been added.

  • Various small bugfixes all around.

Release remarks

  • We consider the Flowable 6 Engine stable and ready for use

  • We plan to release a 6.0.1 within a few weeks, so we hope to get a lot of feedback on the 6.0.0 release that we can include in a 6.0.1 release

  • The documentation has been extended with a DMN and Form Engine focused user guide, however the main user guide is still the BPMN user guide. We expect to do more documentation updates in the next few weeks.

A big thank you to the whole Flowable team for making this release possible. You can use the forum to ask specific questions about the 6.0.0 release, any feedback is welcome.

Tijs Rademakers

Tijs Rademakers

VP Engineering

BPM enthusiast and Flowable project lead

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