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With WF3, a lot of people wrote apps that enabled/disabled controls based on the current state of a StateMachine and the possible transitions but to do this with WF4 you had to write a fair bit of code. In this episode I'll show you how you can take advantage of the new classes in Microsoft.Activities.Extensions that support tracking state machines and persisting the current state and possible transitions.
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