🚀 Say hello to Stately Studio
October 18, 2022
We’re excited to announce the release of Stately Studio 1.0, a major step towards our mission to make all app logic visually collaborative and accessible to...
🚀 We’re giving you access to the Stately Editor beta
February 8, 2022
We’re excited to announce the public beta of the Stately Editor! The Stately Editor is a tool for creating and editing state diagrams visually. We’ve...
🌠 The new visualizer is here.
August 31, 2021
We’ve been busy. After months of planning and hard work from the amazing Stately team, we’re excited to finally release the new Stately Viz. The original...
📚 You don't need a library for state machines
January 21, 2021
State machines are awesome. They're a really useful model for complex logic, workflows, processes, statuses, really anything that models state changes over...
🚀 The Future of Visualizing State Machines
September 2, 2020
Over quarantine, I've been slowly working on something that I've wanted to exist for a long time. There are so many tools that help us inspect logs, events,...
🚙 Design by Contract, or How to Accidentally Order 27 Tesla Cars
July 20, 2020
It seems like every time some big software-related issue hits international news, there is almost always some state-oriented aspect that hints at how it was...
🖤 Race Conditions Are Human Issues
June 7, 2020
I want to talk about race conditions. And I don't just mean race conditions in the software sense, but the issue of bias based on race and other factors in...
🚦 The Initial State
May 20, 2020
Welcome to the very first issue of the Stately Newsletter! I'm really excited to begin an open, thought-provoking discussion on how we manage state in the...
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