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Visualize, Edit, and Share your BPMN, DMN and PMML with

Blog: Drools & jBPM Blog

Some weeks ago, GitHub released which allows you to open any repository in VS Code directly from your browser just pressing . (dot key) on it.

On Kogito Tooling 0.13.0 release, we updated our VS Code BPMN, DMN and PMML extension to also work on this innovative environment. Check it out:


Note: There is another option to launch, just replace “.com” on your github URL to “.dev”, as example:

How to start to use it?

It’s super simple. As soon as you open your “.dev” environment, click on the Extensions menu and search for the BPMN, DMN and PMML extension on VS Code marketplace:



In my opinion, the real power of the environment is to quickly visualize and collaborate with a project. For instance, you can quickly visually see the differences between your edited model and the version of the current branch:


If you are happy with your changes, you can even send a Pull Request directly from


Next steps

The is still fresh and new, but I can already see a lot of value for the BPMN and DMN users. As with any experimental feature, there are some issues that we plan to fix on our Editors in the next releases, including:

Stay tuned!

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