FlexDoc/Together - Examples
- FlexDoc under Together IDE
- RTF documentation generated by “CashSales” sample project
- Framed HTML documentation
Notice: All images relevant to
visible in the following screenshots, within FlexDoc Template Designer or sample documentation
were either generated by Borland® Together® or provided dynamically from its libraries.
FlexDoc/Together does not supply any of those images by itself.
1. FlexDoc under Together IDE
FlexDoc Template Designer launched from Together IDE:
FlexDoc Generator dialog:
2. RTF documentation generated by “CashSales” sample project
The following screenshots have been taken from the RTF documentation generated with the
template. To download the whole RTF documentation (zip 473 Kb), please click here
Project Overview and “OpenFirst” Class Diagram (click on the picture to see the real size page preview):
Use-Case and Deployment Diagrams:
Sequence Diagram (since this particular diagram was big enough, it has been automatically rotated
into "landscape" orientation so as to minimize the image scaling):
State and Activity Diagrams:
Entity Relationship and Robustness Diagrams:
User Interface Documentation:
3. Framed HTML documentation
The following is the framed HTML documentation generated by the “CashSales” sample project using the
This is the most complete documentation for this project possible to generate with the current
set of templates. Click on the screenshot to see the real HTML:
The following is a documentation generated with the same template by “UIBuilderSamples” project (click on the screenshot):
“UIBuilderSamples” project as part of Together basic samples was supposed to demonstrate usage of the User Interface Builder appeared in Together 6.0.
Although no one, probably, uses UI Builder now, the documentation generated by that project shows how easily FlexDoc can handle information simultaneously
from quite different data sources (provided by even different APIs) and mix it into a single documentation interconnected by a single network of hyperlinks.
That may be especially interesting for those who might consider embedding FlexDoc technology into their software products and applications (not necessary related to UML modeling).
To download the whole HTML documentation package (zip 800 Kb), please click here.