Software Ideas Server Management is a tool for managing and setting the Software Ideas Server. Software Ideas Server provides online corporation features. The Management application allows you to set user accounts, browse and edit the repository, view logs, locks and messages.
The displayed element parts can be customized. You can show or hide various parts without changing the underlying model.
You can add several elements to your diagram very easily on single click.
ATM usage in a flowchart.
ATM processes in data flow diagrams. A comparison of two notations: Gane & Sarson and Yourdon & Coad.
The decorator pattern is a design pattern that allows behavior to be added to an object, dynamically, without affecting the behavior of other objects from the same class.
Help for Software Ideas Modeler
Software Ideas Modeler needs for its run installed .NET Framework 4.5.1.
The following steps show you how to apply your license you get to e-mail after your purchase.
You installed Software Ideas Modeler and you want to start to work with it. This article guides you through the first steps after running the application.
Server provides support for user cooperation, global repository and tasks.
Removing Software Ideas Modeler from your computer is very easy.
Class Diagram is a static structure diagram which describes the structure of a system by showing its classes with their attributes and operations, and the relationships among objects.
Use case diagram consists of use cases, actors and relationships among them. It presents a user interaction with the system and defines the specifications of use cases.
Sequence diagram models communication among objects in sequential order. It shows object, classes and actors involved in the scenario and exact order of messages. It consists of vertical lines which belong to lifelines and horizontal lines of messages.
Activity diagram is a behavior diagram, which shows a scenario using a flow of actions. It models a sequence of actions, decisions based on conditions, concurrent branches and various cycles.