Just click below to see AgileJ StructureViews in action. Rather than give you a few cherry-picked examples we have run our class diagram generator over tens of millions of lines of open source Java.
- Eclipse (4,109 class diagrams)
- Elastic Search (15,868 class diagrams)
- Hibernate ORM (27,500 class diagrams)
- JBoss (21,144 class diagrams)
- Joda Time (1,880 class diagrams)
- JUnit (1,180 class diagrams)
- Omega T (2,000 class diagrams)
- PMD (6,336 class diagrams)
- Selenium (6,260 class diagrams)
- Spring (18,804 class diagrams)
- Squirrel SQL (13,780 class diagrams)
- TV Browser (2,688 class diagrams)
March 15th, 2013 : Release of version 1.7.14 addresses a number of requests for further refinements to the code visualization powers of AgileJ StructureViews. In particular, users sited better line routing and image export in batches as the developments they would like to see next.
October 15th, 2012 : AgileJ released version 1.7.12 in response to calls from its userbase to support vector graphics export of its class diagrams. This reflects the desire to combine speed and control of class diagram production with the ability to efficiently embed the results in technical documentation in a compact format.
Sept 3rd, 2012 : Version 1.7.11 takes batch production of class diagrams to new heights of speed and stability generating nearly 24 thousand class diagrams from the largest codebase we could get our hands on - the Eclipse platform - in under six hours. That's faster than one per second.
June 29th, 2012 : The release of version 1.7.10 brings a 50% reduction in the deployable viewer file size. This makes the product quicker to install, quicker to deploy batch results, and most significantly of all, quicker for users of the HTML5 viewer to get to see their class diagrams.
June 15th, 2012 : "For our eCommerce solutions based on NetRelay we need a very agile and flexible data model. AgileJ offers the availability to define a custom (Eclipse) plugin for the entity relation identification. With such a plugin we are able to create UML based data model diagrams that fulfills our needs. The possibility to export these diagrams as an interactive HTML5 web site is also very helpful for all non java developers." Claus Anderwald, Senior Software Engineer, Braintags GmbH
May 21st, 2012 : " AgileJ StructureViews 1.7.9 is another significant step forward in the relentless drive towards optimal visibility of the implicit design, be it good, bad or ugly, within each Java codebase. "
March 2012 : "With the release of version 1.7.7 of AgileJ StructureViews the agile Java community gains an in-browser class diagram visualizer built on HTML5 delivering the full benefits of increased code structure visualization with advanced navigation and filtering, all for zero developer effort."
March 21, 2012 : "AgileJ's CTO Paul Wells is selected by Tucows for a 'meet the developer' interview"
March 15, 2012: "AgileJ StructureViews reviewed by Softpedia"