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How to implement a graphical UML editor with Java?  RSS feed

 
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Hello everybody, I'm new here and this is my first post. The thing is, I need to do a UML graphical editor using Java (something like what BlueJ does) for a university exam. I know I should implement it with Java2D, but I'm having troubles with the architecture of the application. Could anybody help me finding some starting point or like a tutorial to look at? Thank you very much! Nicolás
 
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That's a pretty broad question and a fairly ambitious project. Have you looked at any of the simple Java drawing programs? I'd start there.
 
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David Newton wrote:That's a pretty broad question and a fairly ambitious project. Have you looked at any of the simple Java drawing programs? I'd start there.



Yes, you're right. I have looked at some basic Java2D tutorials, when I have more specific questions, I will post them here.

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