RulesEngine is a highly extensible library to build rule based system using C# expressions Features
- Json based rules definition
- Multiple input support
- Dynamic object input support
- C# Expression support
- Extending expression via custom class/type injection
- Scoped parameters
- Post rule execution actions
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Rules Engine is a library/NuGet package for abstracting business logic/rules/policies out of a system. It provides a simple way of giving you the ability to put your rules in a store outside the core logic of the system, thus ensuring that any change in rules don't affect the core system.
You can find their roadmap here.
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