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This section will gradually introduce various concepts and APIs to do that using examples that you can follow on your own development machine.
If you want your data to be persistent, you’ll need to switch to a persistent database and switch the connection parameters accordingly. From a BPMN 2.0 is stored as XML, but it has a visualization part too: it defines in a standard way how each different step type (a human task, an automatic service call, etc.) is represented and how to connect these different steps to each other.There is also the Flowable Application, that offers an out-of-the-box UI for working with processes and tasks.Common to all the ways of setting up Flowable is the core engine, which can be seen as a collection of services that expose APIs to manage and execute business processes.In this first tutorial we’re going to build a simple example that shows you how to create a Flowable process engine, introduces some core concepts and shows how to work with the API. We’ll use Maven to fetch the Flowable dependencies and manage the build, but likewise any alternative also works (Gradle, Ivy, etc.).is created using a configuration XML file, but (as we do here) you can also create it programmatically.