SequenceSketcher is an elegant application for the Macintosh that allows for the production of UML sequence diagrammes. Sequence diagrams are commonly used in software engineering to describe the flow of a piece of software. One often finds that a sequence diagram can really help to describe a program's flow to another person, help clarify the series of steps in an operation to oneself or can aid in reading third-party code. Sequence Diagrams are not designed to replace source code, but to aid in understanding and communicating the flow of a piece of software in approximate terms. SequenceSketcher is not only great to use, but also produces fantastic looking output. Many UML design packages' sequence diagramming tools are either clumsy to operate or produce an end result that you feel ashamed to place into your customer's documentation.
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|Operating System||Mac OS X 10.1 Mac OS X 10.2 Macintosh|