Ultra simple finite state machine which uses the protoFSM state machine engine.
This sample illustrates the most memory-efficient way to create a registry, which various packages can use to provide a pointer to some package data. The registered packages may be placed on a card and will safely unregister themselves when the card is removed, without causing the "Newton Still Needs the Card" message.
Demonstrates how to setup and use deletionScripts for auto and form parts.
ExtensionTap shows the correct way to give an extension a custom about slip.
Complete finite state machine engine which uses the NTK browser to organize everything in outline format, or an external text file for compatability with external FSM-generator applications.
Implements three different ways to do scrolling "grid" views based on soup data, and evaluates the complexity and performance tradeoffs of each.