Month: September 2019

Facts, Rules, and Queries

The vast majority of the encoding that you do in Blawx will be done setting out Facts, Rules, and Queries. They are the starting points for the encoding process. When you encode laws, you will do it by setting out facts and rules. Then, when you want to use the laws you have encoded, you …

Blawx User Interface Tour

In Blawx you encode laws by sticking puzzle pieces together on a table. The table is called your “workspace”. The place you grab the puzzle pieces from is called the “toolbox.” In the picture below, the area outlined in green is the toolbox, and the area on the right is the workspace. The toolbox is …

Blawx Updates: New UI and “Include” for Code Re-Use (Video)

We’ve made a few user interface changes to Blawx. One of the problems we regularly ran into was running out of room to play. So we moved the alpha version to its own full-screen environment, so you can make the interface as big as you would like. To make sure you don’t need to scroll …