StateWORKS is the only Software Engineering method that uses design practices as sound as those used to engineer hardware, bridges or airplanes: StateWORKS takes the coding out of software and truly puts the “engineering” back in software! StateWORKS could very well be software’s Silver Bullet.
With StateWORKS, your software team will increase its productivity, with dramatic reductions in development time and on-time delivery, every time.
StateWORKS has been around for several years, is extremely reliable and has been applied successfully to a wide variety of projects, from relatively simple to highly complex systems, in embedded systems, telecommunication, measurement, etc.. StateWORKS-generated applications run on Windows, Linux and any other operating system, in fact they can even run on small microprocessors.
What is StateWORKS
StateWORKS is a complete method, from development to runtime, for creating high-quality software through models: software behaviour is expressed as a system of finite state machines. Very large complex systems can be handled, by using many state machines in a hierarchical structure; the complexity is fully managed, in fact the top levels of the hierarchy constitute a specification of the project that is clear enough to be discussed with management, marketing or customers.
StateWORKS tools, including multi-mode editors, allow engineers to express application requirements so completely, and in such fine detail, that the executable application can be generated without any code writing. By almost eliminating coding and debugging, StateWORKS brings phenomenal increases in productivity and dramatically reduced development time. Bugs are eliminated in the design process, not left to the “testing” or “maintenance” phase. Applications developed with StateWORKS are well documented and maintainable.
StateWORKS executable files are fast and efficient. You link StateWORKS executable files with our libraries and run the application on any OS or processor. StateWORKS is described in great detail in the book “Modeling Software with Finite State Machines: A Practical Approach”
See the StateWORKS website.