Yaoqiang BPMN Editor is a graphical editor for business process diagrams , compliant with OMG specifications (BPMN 2.0)
- No Installation
- Quickly and easily create, view, edit and simulate your business processes
- Support all BPMN 2.0 diagram, Import/Export OMG BPMN 2.0 file
- Real-time BPMN syntax validation
- Spell check for element label
- Built-in Version Control Repository
- Automatically generate BPMN 2.0 Diagram Interchange information
- Extensible BPMN fragment library
- Extensible Plugin Architecture
- Executable BPMN simulation
- Automatically split/merge edges
- Flexible Assembly/Disassembly SubProcesses
- Deploy directly to an existing BPMN 2.0 Engine.
- Includes a LDAP Browser/Editor
- Import Visio .vdx file and Convert to BPMN 2.0 file (works only for version 2.0.x)
- Import GraphML .graphml file and Convert to BPMN 2.0 file (works only for version 2.0.x)
- Import custom artifacts
- Export PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, SVG, HTML, VML format
- Export OpenDocument Text (.odt) format
Version 2.2 is good and uses the GPL. For version 3.0, greed has won and the developer has closed the code and demands subscription payments. I consider the practice of abusing the open source community to create/improve software and then dismiss it for personal/corporate gain to be abhorrent. I hope that someone will fork version 2.2.18 and that the greedy owner of this product be relegated to obscurity.
Version 3.0 seems much more user friendly.. but come on 500 USD a year? Any alternatives?
Yaoqiang-BPMN-Editor-3.0.12: Software itself looks good and seem to do a good job, however! it is an evaluation version and starts with this message: "this release package is for evaluation purpose only. distribution of it is strictly prohibited." that is certainly not following the open source principle. This software must be removed from Source Forge
Version 2.2.22 is the last free version and it does the job. Thanks for that! The new 3.x versions have a much nicer interface but they are commercial (USD499 a year!!!) and should be thrown out of Sourceforge which is supposed to be Open Source, right?
No longer free. Not worth the download; used it while it was free. It was good enough to substitute visio-BPMN, but now I am looking for alternatives. Source files are old, not the latest free version. Free version is not available nor updated. It is now cheaper to get M$-Visio and use its BPMN 2.0 functionality.