Hyperon is used in my organization to extract the business logic from our app's Java code. In the beginning, it was introduced only in one project, but after successful reviews, there are plans to introduce it to other areas within our company. Business users are quite happy using it. Java developers, not really at first, but after few initial problems they learned the Hyperon benefits.
- Separation of business logic from the app's code
- Decision table performance
- Good GUI
- Pretty high entry threshold
- A few bugs in GUI
- UX might be better in some places
Hyperon is less appropriate in smaller projects that do not contain a lot of business logic. However, if there are a lot of business rules to manage, many things that might be frequently changed, then Hyperon is a good tool to address it.
There is documentation on the site to help learn about the tool. There is also an email to ask for help or any other questions. The team responds quickly with a full answer.