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Seagull Process Flow in UML

Posted on 09 October 2003 by Demian Turner

Developer and pear-general regular Andy Crain recently attacked the Seagull app framework with a view to mapping out the process flow in UML.

The result is quite impressive, click here for the full-size sequence diagram (725 kb) – a great way to see at a glance what’s happening with the framework workflow.  You can also download the UML file for the Open Source UML CASE tool, Poseidon.

A big thanks to Andy and his impeccable patience and attention to detail :-)

Seagull’s API docs were also updated yesterday, next is the overview documention, I promise.

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6 Comments For This Post

  1. John Estick Says:

    The link to the Seagull UML sequence diagram seem to be broken. :-(

  2. Demian Turner Says:

    thanks John – now fixed

  3. Rajasekhar Says:

    please send to me uml diagrams on w3status anaslyser…this is my projec on java.. i m only one to take this..

  4. Rajasekhar Says:

    my project is W3status analyser… please draw the uml diagrams ….
    my madules are user, administrator, mailreporters…

  5. Thiago Mata Says:

    take a look into http://www.thiagomata.com/codetodiagram/svn/public/ where you can create a uml sequence diagram from a php code execution using another php project.

  6. Demian Turner Says:

    hey Thiago, thanks for the link, looks interesting

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