XpertRule Knowledge Builder v10

XpertRule Software announces release 10.0 of XpertRule Knowledge Builder

Release 10.0 is a major release of XpertRule’s Knowledge Builder product. It provides significant enhancements in a number of areas:

Javascript Rules Engine for Web Deployment of Applications

There have been major improvements to the quality of the user interface in this deployment

  • jQuery UI – the adoption of the defacto standard jQuery UI for all dialog controls
  • Custom dialog controls – the user interface can be further enhanced with custom dialog controls which allow the developer to define their own particular controls that appear on the dialog editor toolbar and are viewable within the dialog that is been constructed
  • Multi-view dialog editor – the dialog editor also supports multiple devices (ie. desktop browser, tablet browser, phone browser) with multiple views tailored for the layout and controls of that device
  • Javascript in procedures – the procedure editor now allows the developer to use Javascript directly in procedures

App Rules Engine for Applications Deployment on Mobile Devices

Applications can now be generated as native apps for mobile devices such as iOS, Android and Windows Mobile

  • Custom dialog controls – the user interface can be further enhanced with custom dialog controls which allow the developer to define their own particular controls that appear on the dialog editor toolbar and are viewable within the dialog that is been constructed
  • Multi-view dialog editor – the dialog editor supports multiple device views (ie. phone app, tablet app) tailored for the layout and controls of that device
  • Special commands – there is a range of special commands to enable seamless integration and access to specific features of the target platform such as the ‘phone’ command

.Net Transactions Rules Server Engine

The performance and stability of this engine have been improved

  • Memory management – a new memory management module has been incorporated
  • Multi-core machines – the multi-threading code has been revised to take full advantage of multi-core machines
  • Memory allocation – memory is now dynamically allocated for arrays
  • Faster transactions – cached restart avoids need for application reloading

 

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