The XMPP Client State Transition Diagram I created last December was featured on xmpp.org.
Diagram for XMPP connection
One of the most difficult part when developping a new XMPP client is the connection mechanism workflow. Tim Bielawa has drawn a state transitions diagram that might be very helpful to thousands of developpers worldwide.
Now that’s pretty exciting! I hope some one else may find it useful.
03 Feb 2010 11:02 am
Yes Tim, it is useful! That’s why I’ve covered it, thx very much for this.
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There are 2 representations of state machines: state transition diagrams (graphical) and state transition tables (tabular). The graphical representation is better for representing how the system behaves whereas the tabular representation might seem more familiar (because of familiarity with other tools like MS Excel).
There are many tools out there to draw and execute state machines to test your designs in simulation.