[consulting] UML case+component modelling
mhaggerty at trellon.com
Fri Dec 8 08:06:48 UTC 2006
I have found UML diagrams to be of limited utility in Drupal development.
For what it is worth, the tool I use the most often is Poseidon, and they
have a free community version: http://www.gentleware.com/.
I personally get more mileage out of mind maps. People get them more, and
they can repesent the same relationships you find in UML diagrams (with some
imagination and a good legend).
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> hi there
> Im just refining my practices for spec'ing a new site out
> with a client. We've gone documented what functionality we
> want and where possible which drupal modules are going todo it.
> However i was wondering if anyone has expirience in modelling
> this kind of stuff via some UML component type diagrams? im
> not so interested in the user case stuff just yet, but i do
> want to show things like "A list of current jobs lives in a
> node table which uses the views module to provide a block and a page"
> any ideas or examples?
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