How does the VisiRule JS Rule Engine work?
Go Back and Change your Mind!
The VRJS Rule Engine maintains a dynamic stack of questions asked and answers given. Users can go back to previous questions, change their mind and re-evaluate.
Embedded Calculations and Formulae
VisiRule has Statement Boxes which contain code to compute calculations using answers given in earlier questions, just like Excel.
Advantages of Offline Client-side Delivery
In a traditional server-rendered application, every user interaction has to confer with a remote server about what to do next. Client-side web apps are different. They load the entire payload up-front, so once it’s booted, it has all of the templates, business logic, etc. necessary to handle a user’s interactions.
Lexis Tool Geschäftsfähigkeit
The Lexis digital assistant advises on cases in which the effectiveness of a legal transaction or legal transaction is questionable. The tool contains over 50 questions, of which the user only has to answer a few, to arrive at a result.
Lexis Tool Mietrechtsgesetz
The area of Tenancy Law often causes difficulties in practice - the assessment of which laws an existing contract is subject to is complex and time-consuming. The test scheme assistant enables a quick assessment of which regulations are to be applied to a specific tenancy.
The demos all use a basic CSS style sheet which specifies the font, size, face, colour, spacing, border for each node type found in the page (like question, explanation, conclusion etc). This presentation layer can be easily enhanced and extended by anyone familiar with standard web principals. You can inspect the HTML yourself.
VisiRule stores the chart logic and node data in XML, executed by the dedicated VisiRule JS business rule engine.
This is a simple lawns advisor expert system demo which hooks into the VisiRule Document Generator so as to provide upon completion a fully populated document instance using the answers and conclusions gathered from the client.
The focus of this decision tree is not to list every possible combination of scenarios, but to show some of the basic options that are available and remind examiners about things to think about when imaging.