VisiRule JavaScript Demos

This page features VisiRule charts delivered using the VisiRule for JavaScript compiler and rule engine. JavaScript delivery means that charts can run server-free, entirely within the clients' browsers with no need for interaction with no internet connection. Charts can even be embedded within emails and documents.

The VRJS compiler encodes the logic using XML which can be interrogated locally using a thin JavaScript evaluator. This allows for rule execution in the browser, on mobile devices or anywhere else JavaScript can run. And because, the dedicated JavaScript engine builds a dynamic stack of the questions being asked, the user can go back in the conversation and change their mind.


JavaScript Delivery

Applications delivered as JavaScript can be easily customised, tweaked, enhanced, simply by editing the styles in the CSS style sheet or augmenting the HTML with additional JavaScript code. This greatly simplifies the run-time delivery of charts.


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.  

Another benefit of delivering using JavaScript and HTML5 is that charts can be accessed whether there's a good internet connection available or not. As with most client-side applications, they are highly responsive and tend to run very quickly.

How to compile a VisRule chart into HTML
How to Compile your VisiRule chart into HTML

Client Side Delivery


The demos presented use a basic CSS style sheet which specifies the font, size, face, color, 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 HTML and standard web design principals.


This is made easier because VisiRule separates the chart structure from the chart logic and node data and stores them in XML, accompanied by the dedicated VisiRule for JavaScript rules engine which executes the rules.

As long as you haven't used too many of the advanced features like Fuzzy Logic or Data Mining, you can expect to deliver your VisiRule charts in this way.

Lawns Example

Volatile Data

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.

Car Braking Example

Diagnosing braking problems and noises with shoes, rotors and calipers.

Do the brakes fail to stop the car?

If you have to step on the brake pedal harder than you want to in order for the brakes to operate normally, the brakes do stop the car. What we're interested in here is when you have to push on the pedal with both feet and the car slowly rolls to a stop rather than locking up the wheels, or when the pedal goes to the floor, won't pump up, and you have to yank the emergency brake or turn the engine off in gear in order to slow it down. I drove around ten miles through city street in a car with no hydraulic brakes when I was a stupid teenager, though fortunately it was a standard transmission and I was just smart enough to ignore the cars behind me and time all the lights.

Do I Need Approval?

Naval Operations Security (OPSEC)


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