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Finsemble 5.1: Next Generation Native Support
Finsemble 5.1: Next Generation Native Support

With Finsemble 5.1 release, our industry-leading native support is better than ever. While other platforms offer the capability to launch native apps or use API connectors for simple integration, Finsemble provides the infrastructure to seamlessly incorporate native applications into your workflow.

Context Data and Intents: The Core Standards of FDC3
Context Data and Intents: The Core Standards of FDC3

In any multi-step workflow, there are actions and responses to actions. These actions are composed of data context and intents—the core of FDC3. In this post, we’ll break down two key specifications of FDC3 to give them a closer look.

Boot Sequence in Finsemble 5.0: Seamless Workflow Starts With Solid Engineering
Boot Sequence in Finsemble 5.0: Seamless Workflow Starts With Solid Engineering

Desktop interop is the best thing that’s happened to enterprise software in decades, but without solid architecture, your project may not get off the ground. A rigorously designed boot sequence is just one of the ways we’re bringing serious engineering discipline to our customers.

Open-Sourcing Our Electron Adapter: A Game-Changer for Smart Desktop Technology
Open-Sourcing Our Electron Adapter: A Game-Changer for Smart Desktop Technology

For those leveraging the power of Electron to create application interoperability on the desktop and requiring enterprise-level security, we have big news. Our Finsemble team is proud to announce we’ve open sourced our Secure Electron Adapter (SEA) though FINOS, the Fintech Open Source Foundation. 

The Anatomy of Finsemble Part 3 – The Nuts and Bolts
The Anatomy of Finsemble Part 3 – The Nuts and Bolts

The Finsemble Router Service is a hub that passes event messages between windows and microservices, enabling coordination between all components. At any moment, messages are zipping back and forth between components, like a high speed network running right inside your application.