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Why Developers Never Use State Machines (2011)
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 22 Jan 2023
I’d strongly recommend Statesman instead: https://gocardless.com/blog/statesman/
I’m unaffiliated, just have used a lot of Ruby SM libraries.
Code review of an Order object implemented as a state machine
2 projects | /r/ruby | 21 Mar 2021
I know you were doing educational proof of concent. But when I write them, I usually reach for the statesman gem. Makes state machines pretty trivial IME.
What are some alternatives?
AASM - AASM - State machines for Ruby classes (plain Ruby, ActiveRecord, Mongoid, NoBrainer, Dynamoid)
State Machine - Adds support for creating state machines for attributes on any Ruby class
transitions - State machine extracted from ActiveModel
state_machines - Adds support for creating state machines for attributes on any Ruby class
FeatureFlags - Feature flags for Rails application.Manages ‘flags’ within your Rails app that determine whether various features are enabled or not.
FiniteMachine - A minimal finite state machine with a straightforward syntax.
StatefulEnum - A very simple state machine plugin built on top of ActiveRecord::Enum