Creating a project for the first time
Once you have configured your cloud portals, you are all set to create your first project in Bizagi. This article guides you through the main steps of the project creation process.
Bizagi Studio can be downloaded directly from Bizagi's official page. You can download Bizagi Studio either as a new user, or as a registered one.
You can download Bizagi Studio Portable edition, as it does not require a further installation and can be used either on-premises, or for Studio Collaboration Services.
To get further information on how to download Bizagi Studio, follow this link.
After downloading Bizagi Studio, open the application and sign in to your Studio Collaboration Services Subscription. To do so, select the Studio Collaboration Services tab, and register the subscription name, which is related to the company name chosen in the purchase agreement. The Studio Collaboration Services subscription URL has the following format:
The URL associated with your Studio Collaboration Services subscription is not a web application that can be accessed using a browser. This URL is only used in the configuration of Bizagi Studio.
Then click Sign In.
For additional information about the Studio Collaboration Services authentication, click here.
By default there is no project in your subscription, therefore, one subscription user must create a new project.
Once the user accepts the invitation, the project owner is in charge of creating the first project of your Studio Collaboration Services subscription. Open Bizagi Studio, log in your subscription and select the New project button:
Register the project name and description, and click next.
To learn more about project creation, refer to Creating and Opening a project.
You can invite users to collaborate with your project. Bear in mind that only users that belong to the subscription can be invited to work on your project. You can invite users to your project from the Customer Portal.
For further information about this, follow this link.
When you purchase a Studio Collaboration Services subscription package, you are entitled to run one Work Portal using your cloud subscription. That is, you are able to run as many project Work Portals as packages you purchase with the environment option. Be very careful planning which project you are going to choose running on your cloud development environment. Hence, if you create multiple projects, the first project that you run on cloud is marked as the project run on the cloud. Other projects must be run in a local server on your premises. However, the metadata of all your projects is stored in your Studio Collaboration Services cloud storage.
Running the project on the cloud
Clicking the Run on cloud button in the first project, implies that it becomes the project able to be run in your cloud development environment.
For additional information on this topic, refer to Running a project.
To learn about development considerations, click here.