We are happy to announce the latest release of our BPMN toolkit. With this release it's possible to not only copy and paste elements but also their implementation details. Other improvements lead to a better modeling experience and simplify embedding the toolkit in your applications.
The new release allows you to move existing BPMN elements, i.e. Activities onto sequence flows, thereby splitting the flow into two. When dropping a new element onto the canvas, this worked already for a while.
Copy BPMN Implementation Details
In this release we completed the implementation of copying and pasting elements. Known invisible properties will be copied and preserved during morph / replace, if applicable.
The mechanism can be extended, making the Modeler aware of other things to copy/preserve, too. As an example, additional meta-data for Camunda BPMN 2.0 extensions allow bpmn-js to copy Camunda executable properties. Checkout the latest Camunda Modeler to see this in action.
Thanks to a community contribution you are now able to attach and detach the toolkit to the DOM dynamically. You must now set a mounting container explicitly via the
container property or bpmn-js will be
created in detached mode.
// create detached var viewer = new BpmnViewer(); // attach it to some element viewer.attachTo('#container'); // detach again viewer.detach();
Starting with this release, labels do not require the toolkit to be attached to the DOM any more for proper layouting. That allows you to import diagrams in detached or hidden viewer/modeler instances.
Some minor bugs, such as the incorrect computation of a labels bounding box should be fixed now, too.
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