The next version of Qt adds a framework for defining and executing hierarchical finite state machines in Qt applications. With Qt State Machines you can effectively model how components react to events over time; these state machines are a natural extension to Qt's event-driven programming model. State machines allow you to express the behavior of your application in a more rigid, explicit way, resulting in code that's easier to test, maintain and extend. This session presents the core concepts and functionality of Qt State Machines.
Presentation by Kent Hansen held during Qt Developer Days 2009.
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