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David Khourshid

As software architecture grows increasingly complex, developers and project managers often grapple with the challenge of visualizing and organizing application logic. This is where state machines and flows come into play. State machines are a powerful tool for modeling application logic, and flows are a great way to visualize and organize state machines. At Stately, we’re committed to making state machines and flows more accessible and easier to use.

But state machines, though powerful, have a learning curve that can be a bit intimidating. And then there’s the blank slate problem: where do you even start when modeling a flow? Furthermore, when flows get large, how can you apply broad changes in a more natural way while keeping the flow intact and logically correct? These are some of the challenges we set out to solve with our new experimental generative features.

New generative features

In response to these challenges, we are thrilled to introduce two experimental beta features:

  • The ability to generate a flow from plain text
  • The ability to modify an existing flow from plain text
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Laura Kalbag

Yet another new Pro feature for you this week: you can now lock machines to prevent accidental edits. Lock a machine using the lock icon button in the machine Details panel.

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Laura Kalbag

You can now export your state machines to Mermaid code and diagrams! Mermaid is a JavaScript-based diagramming and charting tool that renders Markdown-inspired text definitions.