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UML Design Patterns for Visual Studio is a project to provide Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 2011 UML toolbox items representing the Gang of Four design patterns. The patterns are split into Creational, Structural and Behavioural sections and includes a supporting UML profile.
This video provides an introduction to UML component diagrams and realizing application project structure from architectural designs.
This video explains how you can use tools like the Architecture Explorer to better understand and comprehend complex systems before making any changes to them. You will see how graphically modeling the code makes it easier to understand the impact of a potential change. The video explains also how you can use modeling tools for UML and layer diagramming to describe and communicate the design of a new system—including how these tools can be used to validate the software being developed against its intended architecture.
This video presents some of the tools in Visual Studio Ultimate 2010 helpful for building an application’s architecture: Architecture Explorer, Dependency Graphs, UML Modeling and Layer Diagrams.
This video provides an introduction to modeling business processes and workflows using UML activity diagrams in Visual Studio 2010.
Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Edition includes a fully-featured UML (Unified Modeling Language) support, integrated into the IDE. This article on custom UML profiles – an extensibility mechanism that can be used to tailor UML models to a particular problem domain. Readers will see an example of such a profile, which extends UML Class Diagrams for database modeling. Finally, the article shows how code can be generated from UML models using T4 text templates.
This video provides an introduction to domain driven modeling using conceptual class diagrams in Visual Studio 2010.
This tutorial shows how to use Visual Studio to create a layer diagram to represent the system logical architecture. Like a traditional architecture diagram, a layer diagram identifies the major components or functional units of the design and their interdependencies. We will then use the diagram to ensure that our application code remains true to the rules established in that diagram.
This video provides an introduction to use case modeling using Visual Studio 2010.
This short video shows how the UML activity diagram works in Visual Studio 2010.