Mood is an elegant state machine you can use to model large number of problems, among which are UI state management, communication protocol design, language parsing, artificial intelligence and other engineering applications.
- Finite state machine: Use mood to perform predetermined sequence of actions depending on a sequence of events with which they are presented.
- Asynchronous: Mood plays well with your favorite libraries and use promises to transition from one state to an other.
// add transitions from constructorconst door =// add new transition// if transition returns promise, wait for promise to be resolved to trigger state changedoor// trigger open-lock transitiondoor// trigger locked-break transitiondoor
Check out our API for more information.
npm install mood --save
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