Professional UML with Visual Studio .NET. Un masking Visio for Enterprise Architects

Professional UML with Visual Studio .NET. Un masking Visio for Enterprise Architects PDF, TXT, FB2. ePUB. MOBI. Le livre a été écrit en 2021. Cherchez un livre sur showmesound.org.

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Professional UML with Visual Studio .NET. Un masking Visio for Enterprise Architects.pdf
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If you want to use Visio for Enterprise Architects to quickly design and create enterprise software, this is the book for you. The integration of Visual Studio. NET Enterprise Architect and Visio for Enterprise Architects is a formidable combination. Visio offers powerful diagramming capabilities, including such things as creating UML models, mapping out and generating databases, and aiding the development of distributed systems. Visio's integration with Visual Studio. NET Enterprise Architect means that C# or Visual Basic. NET code can be generated from UML diagrams, thus giving your projects a significant kick-start, and Visual Studio. NET projects can also be reverse engineered to UML models. It is this book that will finally help you to realize Visio's time- and labor-saving features, and unleash Visio's power for your enterprise development. To use this book you must be comfortable with the basic concepts of UML.

[Andrew Filev;] You can create a UML class diagram to show a static view of a system's classes, their attributes and methods, and the relationships among objects. It gives an overview of an application.

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