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Class diagrams for Syncfusion Essential Studio

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31727 Jul 13,2005 10:58 AM Aug 17,2005 01:40 PM General Discussion 5
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Siva Vasanthan
Asked On July 13, 2005 10:58 AM

Can someone let me know whether there is a class hierarchy diagram for Syncfusion Essential Studio, like the one for .NET framework and MFC? If there is one where can I find it? Thanks,

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 15, 2005 04:07 PM

I don''t think there is one.

Igor Kashtelyan
Replied On August 11, 2005 09:49 AM

It''s funny how one can develop a serious product w/o even having a Class Diagrams... It''s even funnier that many of us bought a product that doesn''t have those... >I don''t think there is one.

Daniel Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 15, 2005 10:06 AM

Hi Igor, We do have internal diagrams for different areas. However, there is no publishing ready version that is available. We will definitely look into providing one. Best regards, Daniel >It''s funny how one can develop a serious product w/o even having a Class Diagrams... >It''s even funnier that many of us bought a product that doesn''t have those... > >>I don''t think there is one.

Igor Kashtelyan
Replied On August 17, 2005 10:40 AM

Great, I am really looking forward having one as we discuss extending utilizing the Essential suite. One of major hurdles that stops us from positively deciding on this issue is that we do not think we have a good grasp on the Essential classes (which would make us comfortable efficietly utilizing the software). I hope you guys will make it available with 3.3? Thanks. >Hi Igor, > >We do have internal diagrams for different areas. However, there is no publishing ready version that is available. We will definitely look into providing one. > >Best regards, >Daniel > >>It''s funny how one can develop a serious product w/o even having a Class Diagrams... >>It''s even funnier that many of us bought a product that doesn''t have those... >> >>>I don''t think there is one.

mtd_conseil
Replied On August 17, 2005 01:40 PM

hi, I too would be delighted to have such a usefull tool. Sometime it''s long to understand all classes and even after weeks of working in a certain way, we continue to discover treasures. If you know what I mean. If we had known that before, we would have had a better understanding and quicker response through our development process. Regards, Mike >Great, I am really looking forward having one as we discuss extending utilizing the Essential suite. One of major hurdles that stops us from positively deciding on this issue is that we do not think we have a good grasp on the Essential classes (which would make us comfortable efficietly utilizing the software). >I hope you guys will make it available with 3.3? > >Thanks. > >>Hi Igor, >> >>We do have internal diagrams for different areas. However, there is no publishing ready version that is available. We will definitely look into providing one. >> >>Best regards, >>Daniel >> >>>It''s funny how one can develop a serious product w/o even having a Class Diagrams... >>>It''s even funnier that many of us bought a product that doesn''t have those... >>> >>>>I don''t think there is one.

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