March, 2004

  • R.Ramesh's WebLog

    Short lived and long lived Class Diagrams

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    While building the Class Designer we envisioned two scenarios where a developer would create a class diagram for an existing project. In the first scenario, the diagrams are short-lived. In this case, a developer may want to gain understanding of some...
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    Class Designer in Whidbey and UML

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    The Class Designer is not a UML tool but uses the UML notation where it makes sense. The primary audience for this tool is the Visual Studio developer. The underlying meta-model behind the Class Designer is the CLR Type System and not the UML meta-model...
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    A class diagram image

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    Keith Short , one of the architects in our team, just beat me to putting a Class Diagram image out. You can see a screenshot of the diagram here .
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    Class Designer Feature in Whidbey

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    Hello. My name is Ramesh Rajagopal. I am part of the team that is building the Class Designer - a very cool tool in Whidbey. The class designer tool lets you create Class Diagrams for the static structures in your Visual Studio projects and assemblies...
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