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Download and Install
Do you know how to install FlexRule?
If not, then you’re in the right place.
The following page takes you through downloading and installing FlexRule on your machine.
Congratulations, you have installed FlexRule successfully!
Start your First Project
Modeling a Concept
Now, it’s time to familiarize yourself with the FlexRule Designer.
Don’t worry we have your back! The first step is modeling your concept using a Fact Concept.
Create your First Decision Table
Need to add some business rules, conditions, or actions to your process?
Then you need to start by modeling it in a Decision Table.
Create your First Rule using Natural Language
Did you know, using the natural language you can write your business rules in the ubiquitous language of your domain?
At FlexRule, we have a very flexible and adaptable natural language. It allows you to write business rules by defining your own ubiquitous language using your own business glossary, terms, and fact concepts to guide you while writing the rules
Model your Process using Flow logic
By now you’ve seen how to create a logic document. Now you’re wondering how to orchestrate and model your business process.
The short answer is: using Generic Flow! Let’s dive into more details.
Debug Your Model
Now you are all set to see the results of your project by debugging.
Integrate Into Code
Have you heard of Decision-as-a-Service?
When you’re implementing complex applications, services (i.e., microservices), or business processes, it’s always a challenge to share business logic. With FlexRule decision-as-a-service, you can simplify the logic of your services, extract the business logic and share it across all of your services, applications, and processes in a manageable way.
FlexRule Server takes care of everything you need to make your business logic (i.e., business rules, decisions, flows, etc.) a secure and scalable REST API.
Sounds like Magic! Let’s see where to start.
Publish your First Project
Once you’ve created your process, you can package it up in FlexRule Designer and publish it straight to FlexRule Server. This will let you offer your process as a service to other users and applications.
Use the link below for specific instructions on how to do this.
Test a Deployed Project
Once you have a service ready in FlexRule Server, you can test it easily through the Workbench.
As the service is a REST API, you can also use third-party tools like Postman to query the service.