jGRASP is software that provides support for integrated development environment that can automatically create visual representations of the developer’s software, providing crucial information relevant to the software’s structure, size and other attributes.
The software is applicable to Java environment, compatible with all Java platforms. jGRASP comes in different versions, based on the Operating System installed on the machine.
Visual representations generated by the software are Control Structure Diagrams, which is intended for visualization of the source code; UML Class Diagrams, intended for visualization of the architectural structure; and Dynamic Viewers, for runtime views of objects such as binary trees; as well as primitives runtime views.
A special feature of the software is the Object Workbench, which basically enables the user to add an object to the workbench, and analyze changes on the object for every method called by the user. Also included in the software is a tutorial that can guide users who are new to the whole concept of creating Java source files. The user can learn how to fully utilize each feature of the software, and learn all the basics of creating Java source files.
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