gweimer/traffic-light-advanced

The next step in your learning once you understand the simple traffic light example provided in the XOD documentation. Updated for XOD v0.20.x
NodeDescription
0-traffic-simple
Review of simple traffic light for only one direction.
1-traffic-delay-bad
Traffic light example in one node using delay timers and "or" nodes.
2-traffic-select-flat
Traffic light example in one node using delay timers and select nodes.
3-traffic-select
Traffic light main example with signal for each direction encapsulated in its own node using select nodes.
4-traffic-delay-flat
Traffic light example in one node using delay timers and nor gate for Red
5-traffic-delay
Traffic light main example with signal for each direction encapsulated in its own node using delay timers.
6-traffic-turn
Adding a turn signal to your 2-way traffic light.
final-answer
No cheating...try to figure out the challenge in 6-traffic-turn on your own
one-light
A simle node to turn one light on for a set time
signal-cont
Signal lights for one direction with a pin to continue from green instead of a timer.
signal-delay
Signal lights for one direction using delay timers.
signal-select
Signal lights for one direction using select nodes.
To use the nodes in your project you should have the  gweimer/traffic-light-advanced  library installed. Use the “File → Add Library” menu item in XOD IDE if you don’t have it yet. See Using libraries for more info.