Release notes
Release date: November 30, 2021


Quick Start

Getting started with your first Low Code application has never been easier. We have now introduced different developer levels to the application. Our low code development environment now adapts to your experience level and highlights and hides functionality depending on your selected level.




Selecting Beginner gives you a scaled down UI with focus on gettings started with the core concepts




Selecting Expert opens up for more advanced functionality





With the Flowfactory platform you can center your development approach around APIs, opening up for a Microservices architecture. Create a smaller set of independant Flowfactory services or break down a existing application into a set of microservices.

In Flowfactory GO there is now a Microservice project type that you can use as a starting point for your services.


With this project type you get a studio that is tailored for supporting a Microservice architecture. Functions and UI is focused on integrations, contract modelling and business logic making the step to using microservices even simpler.





Workflow Builder improvements

The workflow builder is the tool where you build your business logic.

We have made some big improvements in this area giving developers a more efficient work environment

Configuration of activities and activity branches are now shown as a sidebar in the workflow builder. This gives the developer a better overview of the workflow and reduces number of clicks and loading times.




Quick access to help sections for all workflow activities are now accessible directly from the studio.


More detailed descriptions of activities. For each activity in your workflow you can know more clearly see the type and relevant information for this activity.





Simplified Application links

When publishing test instances and customer applications the application is assigned a unique id. Before this release this id has been part of your applications link but we have now added the option to set a unique sub domain name for your application instance.

This means that your application links will be easier to remember, share and access from other systems and services.

To set a sub domain name you open the instance details and add the name for your application.




With the example above the user can now access the application from: