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Revision as of 09:03, 23 July 2018

Company / Author[edit]

Steve Hanov

Screenshots[edit]

Click for enlarged image.

What they say[edit]

“Don’t waste your afternoon drawing UML Sequence Diagrams.

Just enter the description here, and click draw. The SD/MSC Generator is an easy alternative

to using mouse-centric tools like Microsoft Visio.

For your confidentiality, all images and MSC descriptions are deleted after they have been served.”

Observations[edit]

With simple text input and no coding, you can generate sequence diagrams on line. You can copy the image or grab a link that allows you to refer to the link or page later.

Integrating Web Sequence Diagrams with other services: http://websequencediagrams.com/embedding.html.

Their website[edit]

http://www.websequencediagrams.com

Operating System(s)[edit]

browser based


Price: Free online, US$99 to run on your own server  |  Status: Current  |  Date added: 2010-05-06