Category: News

Blawx to be Featured at Regulatory Innovation Showcase

Blawx’s Jason Morris will be speaking about and demonstrating Blawx at the Regulatory Innovation Showcase in Ottawa on November 5, 2019, as part of a panel on Rules as Code. The panel will be chaired by world-recognized Rules as Code and public sector innovation leader, Pia Andrews. Ms. Andrews has been at the forefront of …

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 …

Huge New Blawx Features: Save to and Load from file, Aggregates, more…

Big news. Saving and Opening Blawx Workspaces You can now save your work in the live demo of Blawx to a file on your local device, and load a workspace from a file on your device. This is a hugely important feature in order to let people use Blawx to solve real-world sized problems, so …

Update: Blawx Alpha Now Saves Your Work

In order to be able to get at the power of Blawx, it’s important to be able to stop working on your code and come back to it later. We are planning on implementing a more full-featured save and load functionality in the future, but in order to give users something useful in the short …

Blawx Featured in “Logic for Legislative Drafters”

Matthew Waddington (@mattwadd on Twitter) is a legislative drafter from Jersey, Channel Islands, who gave a presentation on formal logic as a tool for legislative drafters to a mini conference of parliamentary counsel (people who write laws) in the UK. Blawx is included as one of the tools that shows how you can bring formal …

Blawx.com Launched

Well, I’ve been talking about it on Twitter for a couple of months, and now here it is. Blawx is a real thing you can try. Here’s what you need to know: First, this is alpha software. It is very likely very seriously broken in serious ways. Releasing it like this is an experiment. Second, …