InRule announces ‘first & only’ BRMS that can execute natively in JavaScript

InRule Technology, a provider of business rules management system (BRMS) software has announced the availability of is core product for JavaScript.

 InRule for JavaScript, the first and only business rules management system (BRMS) that can execute natively in JavaScript, regardless of whether or not a user is connected to a server.

InRule for JavaScript, the first and only business rules management system (BRMS) that can execute natively in JavaScript, regardless of whether or not a user is connected to a server.

The firms claims that it has produced the ‘first and only’ BRMS that can execute natively in JavaScript.

Packaged up rules

InRule for JavaScript packages rules authored by business users into executable JavaScript via a service, allowing business logic developed by analysts to be run on the client-side, server-side or both.

“The technology saves enterprises time and money by providing an alternative to writing business rules in code,” said the firm, in a press statement.

From web applications to mobile applications, InRule for JavaScript facilitates an enhanced experience for end users.

Complex validations

InRule for JavaScript allows complex validations, calculations, and messages to be instantly provided to web app users, while allowing field personnel to run rules in connected or disconnected environments with mobile apps.

“From on-premise, to the cloud and via mobile, InRule Technology is committed to empowering enterprises to leverage the power of rules anywhere,” said InRule Technology President and COO Rik Chomko. “InRule for JavaScript highlights our product innovation and underscores our focus on empowering customers to ‘pick a platform’ with the confidence that InRule will meet them there to help them manage the decisions that powers their businesses.”

In addition, InRule for JavaScript enables complex business rules to be run client-side in Microsoft Dynamics CRM forms or in the tablet app in connected or disconnected environments.

To request a free, 30-day trial of InRule, visit InRule’s web pages.

About Adrian Bridgwater

Adrian Bridgwater is a freelance journalist specialising in cross platform software application development and data analytics as well as all related aspects of software engineering and project management.   Adrian is a regular writer and blogger with Computer Weekly, Forbes, The Register and others. His journalistic creed is to bring forward-thinking, impartial, technology editorial to a professional (and hobbyist) technology audience around the world. His mission is to objectively inform, educate and challenge.
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One Response to  InRule announces ‘first & only’ BRMS that can execute natively in JavaScript

  1. Tom Davies says:

    Whilst the case for a JavaScript rules engine is very compelling, InRule is neither the ‘first’ nor the ‘only’ rules engine to execute natively in JavaScript. XpertRule beat InRule to that title by over 6 years! See timeline below:

    http://www.xpertrule.com/pages/history.htm

    The current release of the XpertRule javascript rules engine is a very light footprint engine that supports rules, decisions and analytics and can run everywhere; Server, Browser, Mobile Apps and even gateways/hubs at the edge of the Internet of Things! In 2015 XpertRule advanced this technology by another quantum leap by releasing its full Javascipt/HTML graphical rules authoring environment that runs in any browser.

    http://www.xpertrule.com/pages/tech_rules_ui_engine.html

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