Generate software diagrams using Python syntax
pydiagrams is a tool to generate software diagrams by using Python as a DSL. pydiagrams providers a framework for describing a software diagram as python code, and translating into it source code specific to a rendering program.
It can generate the following types of diagrams:
- Database "View" diagrams / Data flow diagrams
- UML Component diagrams
- Integration Architecture diagrams
These diagrams are can be generated via a choice of rendering programs:
Diagram generation languages (such as PlantUML, Graphviz, Blockdiag) provide general-purpose diagrams, but require the user to learn a specific syntax. They each have certain strengths and weaknesses that sometimes require switching from one format to another. pydiagrams instead provides a simple python-DSL that allows the user to write a single diagram that is can then be translated into the rendering program of choice.
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