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JKI State Machine 2018 Released!

Nov 20, 2018 3:32:52 PM Published by JKI Leave a comment

We are happy to announce the JKI State Machine 2018 release with lots performance improvements, built in LabVIEW IDE (right-click menu) integration, and the JKI State Machine Explorer editor tool!

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Recent Improvements to the JKI State Machine Editor

May 27, 2017 10:45:47 AM Published by JKI Leave a comment

JKI recently announced the JKI State Machine Editor, a great new tool that makes it even easier for developers to use the JKI State Machine by automating common tasks and exposing the user to more...

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Announcing an Easy-to-use Editor for the JKI State Machine

May 5, 2017 10:41:26 PM Published by JKI Leave a comment

JKI is excited to announce the JKI State Machine Editor, a new tool that makes it even easier for developers to use the JKI State Machine by automating common tasks and exposing the user to more...

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JKI State Machine Objects Now on GitHub!

Jan 27, 2016 3:57:41 PM Published by Javier Ruiz Leave a comment

 

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#5 Best Practice for using the JKI State Machine: Left-justify State Strings

Jan 13, 2016 6:00:54 AM Published by Jim Kring Leave a comment

In my last post on JKI State Machine Best Practices, I explained the #4 Best Practice: Use macros (instead of “chaining” together sequential states).

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New Training Course: JKI State Machine for LabVIEW

Jun 4, 2015 1:24:26 PM Published by Jim Kring Leave a comment
 

I'm excited to announce that JKI is now offering a hands-on training course on how to use the JKI State Machine (an easy-to-use yet powerful state machine template that's made freely available...

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JKI State Machine 3.0 Released (Open Source)

Mar 30, 2015 2:21:55 PM Published by JKI Leave a comment

We are happy to announce that JKI State Machine v3.0 has been released as a JKI Open Source Project (BSD license) and is available for download using VIPM.

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#4 Best Practice for using the JKI State Machine: Use macros instead of “chaining” together sequential states

Feb 18, 2015 8:30:00 AM Published by Jim Kring Leave a comment

In my last post on JKI State Machine Best Practices, I explained the #3 Best Practice: Keep the Original Size (i.e. don’t grow the structures).  In this post, I'll tell you which best...

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