XState: the Visual Future of State Management [eng]
Learn about state modeling with state machines and statecharts can improve the way you develop your React applications, and get a sneak peek of never-before-seen upcoming visual tools that will take state management to the next level.
- Software engineer who loves playing piano and is passionate about animations, state machines, cutting-edge user interfaces, and open-source
- Previously at Microsoft, he is now the founder of Stately, a startup focused on making even the most complex application logic visual and accessible to developers and non-developers alike
- The creator of XState, a library that brings finite state machines and statecharts to the modern web in React (and any other framework) and enables app logic to be visualized, simulated, tested, analyzed, and more
- David is also half of the Keyframers, a weekly coding live-stream where imaginative user interfaces are brought to life
- When not speaking around the world or coding behind a laptop keyboard, he's usually behind a piano keyboard