Spring Statemachine Goes Reactive with 3.0.0.M1

<div class="paragraph"> <p>I’m pleased to announce a first milestone release of a <a href=" Statemachine</a> 3.0.0.M1 and with these words I can say that Statemachine is going reactive.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Statemachine itself would not need to be reactive for its own execution but as soon as machine steps outside of its controlled environment to execute user defined logic like Actions and Guards there is no guarantees that those features would not block.</p> </div> <div class="paragraph"> <p>Those using persisting features with a databases will benefit with reactive changes when that side of a world becomes more reactive. Essentially every time we need to take a step outside from a machine world we may hit blocking IO operations.</p> </div>

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