This Web Rule demo editor is pre-loaded with a fictitious business rule that uses a .NET Patient class as its source object. The Rule Test Form on the right allows you to create an instance of the Patient class and test it against the rule that is currently displayed in the editor.
Web Rule Basics
Web Rule supports two types of business rules: execution and evaluation. The execution type invokes an action at the end of rule evaluation. It can be expressed like this: If condition evaluates to True then execute action. The evaluation type only determines if the entire rule evaluates to True. The evaluation type doesn't use rule actions and else if or else flow elements, but it can be used in other rules as a reusable rule.
Rules created with Web Rule can be evaluated against any .NET class or collection of classes. Such classes are called source objects.
The Web Rule engine implements many unique features. Start exploring it now by reading its documentation or downloading the ASP.NET or MVC demo projects.