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By raulcafini
Submitted: May 10 2014 / 01:12

I had the opportunity to read the book when I was involved in a project development that uses activiti workflow engine as main core technology. After working with the software in the last year, I can assume I'm not more a beginner, but I've enjoyed the book's approach to the topic. The book provides a simple but extended introduction to Activiti's base architecture, starting with a ready-to-use example. The english language in the book is simple and understandable even for non english-speakers. The strenght points of this product resides in the very extensive explanation of the activiti engine services, even in the REST interface chapter, which is the most interesting part, in my opinion. Some weak points are due to the lack of indentation and formatting of code, expecially in the xml examples which makes hard to read the code. The book, at the end, remain a good start for who want to learn Activiti from scratch and provides an updated reference respect to other Activiti-related books, and a more readable content respect to the official user guide.
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