UML Activity Diagrams: Detailing User Interface Navigation
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Date archived: April 18, 2019 | First published: April 29, 2004
from The Rational Edge: The author illustrates how to use UML Activity Diagrams to capture and communicate the details of user interface navigation and functionality, and explain three stereotypes: presentation, exception, and connector.
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