FlowWright's REST API has always been documented but users were unable to test it, unless you wrote code to make REST API calls. We made several upgrades to the REST API and supporting technologies to help our customers easily test the REST API calls in our latest version and we share them below.
Today, FlowWright's workflow process platform automates processes in various domains and across multiple systems. In order to perform at the expected speed across systems, FlowWright uses loosely coupled and intelligently integrated methods to achieve this.
Today most customers have multiple FlowWright environments, development, QA and production. Developers may develop steps, business objects, forms , workflow definitions, etc now these need to be ported over to the QA environment for the QA people to test the built functionality. In most products this must be done manually, even on some of the enterprise applications avaiable to the market.