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Simplify JavaScript behavior with Finite State

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Software engineers have long used finite state machines as an organizing principle for developing event-driven programs.

Browser-based applications, popularized by Ajax, are becoming more complex. Designers and implementers can benefit from the discipline and structure that finite state machines offer. In this article, you learn how to use a finite state machine to design complex behavior for a simple Web widget -- an animated tooltip that fades into and out of view.
 read more | score:7691 | -solrac, January 12, 2007
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