the Camunda Modeler searches for available plug-ins in a specific directory on startup.
Is it correct that this behavior is not supported by the bpmn.js modeler (https://github.com/bpmn-io/bpmn-js-examples/tree/master/modeler)?
I would like to be able to use plugins unchanged in both situations.
Is there already a solution?
@fitbit you can build something similar like this:
thank you very much for your answer.
My question wasn’t about how to extend bpmn-js, but how to use plugins without customization in Camunda modeler and with bpmn-js.
Probably an extension for bpmn-js is necessary, which like the Camunda modeler searches a folder for plugins and includes them when loading.
Does such a solution already exist?
And is this approach reasonable and promising?
@fitbit, There’s no such solutions available out of the box. The given example is for your reference. So you can try implement your usecase using the reference