Welcome to a new edition of Last Week (22/8/17 - 29/8/17) @ Activiti 7 / Dev Logs. Last week we made a huge effort to stabilize our builds and repositories configurations (activiti-build). A new repository was added to make sure that we control the project's dependencies and 3rd party dependencies in a single place. Another important milestone was our JS client example, which can be found here that demonstrate how a simple Angular app can interact with our secure services going through the gateway service.
@daisuke-yoshimoto he improved sending event data to Audit Service for performance issue and transaction consistency. Next, he is adding MongoDB support to Audit Service.
@erdemedeiros made small improvements and added integration tests for query service; Add basic filtering for audit service; Updated Postman examples.
@salaboy Added a new repository containing our BOMs (Bill of Materials / Dependencies) which is called: activiti-build. This repository contains a set of POM files which describes the projects (Activiti and Activiti Cloud) dependencies separated from 3rd Party ones. After this huge refactoring, started working on a simple Kubernetes deployment descriptor. A blog post will follow about how to set up Activiti Cloud in a kubernetes cluster.
This week will be all about Kubernetes and how to simplify our application publishing/deploying mechanisms without re-inventing the wheel. Because it is a holiday season you will see less activity in the Gitter channel, but I will be around answering questions and working as usual (no holidays for me .