Version 1.1 has been released, visit the Releases page for more information and a download link
Welcome to the home of the Workflow Designers for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.
Quote of the day: Having this framework at my disposal, including the new design time support, makes life much better for me.
This documentation is a work in progress. While it's being worked on, check on the following blogs to find out more information about how to use the project.
Wouter van Vugt's Blog -
Chris Predeek's Blog -
The tooling provides rapid workflow development for the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 platform, comparable to the InfoPath based design methodology used with SharePoint Server. In the toolset you will find all the components that you need to bring your workflows
to the next level. Use the Visual Studio templates to easily create new workflow forms. Derive from the base classes to focus on the business at hand without the need to write SharePoint specific infrastructure, or make your workflow forms designable by using
the hosted form infrastructure. As a bonus the first building blocks for bulk-task operations is also provided.
You can use the tools in two ways. Either you create a full form (ASPX page) deriving from our base classes, or you use the hosted form control approach, which provides greater ease and flexibility. When using the hosted controls the ASPX page is provided by