32 packages returned for Tags:"Rule"

Create-compile-execute simple business rules at runtime. Built using Expression Tree; once compiled, rule can be executed over and over... with almost next to nothing execution time
NsDepCop - Namespace Dependency Checker Tool for C#
NsDepCop helps you to eliminate unintended or unnoticed code dependencies in your application. Add the NuGet package to your C# projects and specify the dependency rules in the config.nsdepcop files. The dependency analyzer will be run automatically on every build. See project site for details... More information
Vergosity .NET Business Logic & Rules Framework
A .NET application framework to build amazing code. Create testable, extensible, and highly maintainable business logic. Includes a rule and validation engine to process businss rules, poco validation, and business object validation. For more information and sample applications, please visit... More information
Process Search for XrmToolBox
Search Workflows, Dialogs, Business Process Flows, Actions, and Business Rules using In Memory Data and an excell like grid with it's own search features. • Search processes for Entities that are updated, created, assigned, status changed by a process • Search processes for Properties that are... More information
  • 4,894 total downloads
  • last updated 9/30/2017
  • Latest version: 1.1.2
  • C# Rule Engine
Basic expression tree based rule engine for .net applications.
BuildMotion .NET Business Logic & Rules Framework
A .NET Rule Engine and Valication application framework to build amazing code. Create testable, extensible, and highly maintainable business logic. , entity/poco validation, and business object validation. For more information and sample applications, please visit www.buildmotion.com.
SimpleBusinessRuleEngine
  • 3,174 total downloads
  • last updated 5/11/2015
  • Latest version: 1.0.4.1
  • Rule Engine
Simple Business Rule Engine. It enables programmers or developer to combine rule-based and object oriented programming methods to add business rules to new and existing applications.