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Applications built with PURISTA are highly flexible.
With PURISTA, it's easy to create complex processes.

However, there's a limitation: it's only suitable for building processes where an action immediately triggers a reaction.

If your business logic involves processes that depend on time or need to wait for specific conditions, you'll require a third-party solution. Depending on your specific needs, using something like Redis or BullMQ might suffice.

Another option is Temporal, which is an excellent product. It allows you to define complex processes known as workflows. These workflows consist of activities, which are essentially individual steps within the process. For example, a workflow can execute one activity, then wait for a certain period before proceeding to the next activity, or it can wait for a signal before continuing.

The activity represents the actual implementation of a single step within the workflow, while the workflow defines the overall process flow. If an activity can be transformed into a PURISTA command, you can orchestrate PURISTA commands within workflows.

This opens up a whole new range of possibilities.