A keechma controller that handles behavior trees.
This makes use of the cark.behavior-tree library, which allows to describe asynchronous and/or parallel processes in a testable, purely functional way. This includes a state machine implementation as well.
An example application is also provided. Although it is pretty short, it exercices enough features to get the user started.
Example application source code
Example application running demo !
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