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    View and JsonView UML


    For those who are too lazy to read the docs and believe me it includes me most of the time.
    It's the first UML graph of a serie of a whole bunch of them...so enjoy it while coding!


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    Looking really nice.

    Graphically it could be a bit tuned i guess, but the idea is great.
    Print it and lay it next to your keyboard while coding will save a lot of navigating trough the docs.

    Try adding some color, Maybe you could steal some ideas from www.ilovejackdaniels.com cheatsheets, i used to love those

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    That's great man. I bet there is a way I could generate a UML compatible output to do all the classes with the doc parser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyMaintz
    Looking really nice.

    Graphically it could be a bit tuned i guess, but the idea is great.
    Print it and lay it next to your keyboard while coding will save a lot of navigating trough the docs.

    Try adding some color, Maybe you could steal some ideas from www.ilovejackdaniels.com cheatsheets, i used to love those
    :roll: yea I guess I should have thought of that before putting it up! I'm gonna look at what my UML editor is capable of and I'll surely put some life into that uml graph!

    Quote Originally Posted by jacksloc
    I bet there is a way I could generate a UML compatible output to do all the classes with the doc parser.
    hmm that could be really useful!

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