Documentation

Conclusion

That's it! Hopefully this Beginner's Guide has given you an idea of what Blawx is, how it is used, and why it might be useful in Rules as Code.

  • Step 1 - put your legislative text into Blawx using a simple plain-text format
  • Step 2 - encode your rules - as rules - in a user-friendly tool, in a structure that mirrors the law
  • Step 3 - Use sophisticated reasoning capabilities to ensure your code - and your law - behaves as intended
  • Step 4 - Generate explainable, legally compliant apps at the touch of a button

What's Next?

If you would like to learn more about Blawx, please review the rest of the documentation. It includes topic-specific pages on Blawx's components and coding features, examples that you can review, and detailed information about each of the blocks used in the interface.

This guide was updated in June of 2022 to be up to date with version 1.3.11-alpha of Blawx.

If you have any questions, you can write Jason Morris at jason@lexpedite.ca.

Blawx is open source software, available at the GitHub repository.