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We’ve also put together a guide for open source repository maintainers, to empower you to create an extraordinary contributor experience.
Creating an Extraordinary Contributor Experience This document is for open source project maintainers who want to increase community contributions to their project.
Zeebe supports FEEL v1.11 - the “Friendly Enough Expression Language” - to express dynamic behaviour in your processes.
You can use FEEL expressions in a number of places in your BPMN models.
From the Zeebe documentation:
The following attributes of BPMN elements require an expression:
Sequence Flow on an Exclusive Gateway: condition Message Catch Event / Receive Task: correlation key Multi-Instance Activity: input collection, output element Input/Output Variable Mappings: source Additionally, the following attributes of BPMN elements can define an expression optionally instead of a static value:
In this tutorial you will learn how to get a simple process definition running into a Zeebe Cluster which runs inside Kubernetes. The tutorial covers:
How to install Zeebe in your Kubernetes Cluster using the official Zeebe Helm Charts How to model a process definition with Zeebe Modeler How to interact with the Zeebe Cluster once it is running with zbctl (deploy and create new workflow instances) How to create Zeebe Workers with Spring Boot and How to monitor the process executions with Camunda Operate.