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ID: 18944, JVISION 2.1 Linux

by Prabode Weebadde Email: Anonymous

What is unique about JVISION?
Use as a graphical browser by double clicking classes in a diagram to edit source code.
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Start with one class selected from your IDE, then grow the diagram using JVISION's built in commands.

Effortlessly generate an entire web site of your diagrams that is integrated with Sun's JavaDoc.

Unlike expensive and complicated round trip (forward and reverse) engineering tools that exist in the marketplace, JVISION is an inexpensive and easy-to-use tool designed especially for Java programmers. Additionally, JVISION uses one notation system, UML, the Unified Modeling Language, which has emerged as an industry standard.

Set filters globally for a diagram or for individual classes to hide extraneous information from view (e.g. hide selected attributes, methods, or whole categories such as public, private or protected).

Visualize the context of a class by adding superclasses, subclasses, or related classes to a diagram. These are typically classes from the JDK whose services are used by newly written classes.

Zoom out to shrink a large diagram and then use the 'viewport' to zoom in on a selected area.

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