New versions of Code Rocket have now beenreleased!
Code Rocket .NET has been replaced byCode Rocket Professional for Visual Studio. New features include Visual Basic support and integration with the Visual Studio debugger.
Code Rocket .NET is a code visualization and documentation tool designed to reduce software development time and costs. It supports C# and C/C++ programming languages and integrates with Visual Studio.
Code Rocket .NET consists of two design views: a Pseudocode Editor and Flowchart Editor. The pseudocode editor displays procedures in plain English. The flowchart editor displays a diagram of the procedure control flow. Both design views can be edited and are synchronized, meaning changes in either one are automatically reflected in the other.
The pseudocode editor and flowchart editor are available in the Code Rocket Designer and as a Visual Studio Plugin.
In the stand alone designer the design views are used in conjunction with our project browser. The combination of these make it possible to browse and edit procedure level designs for entire projects. This can be used to produce upfront project designs or, through a code import, inspect, redesign and document the contents of existing code files.
As a plugin the pseudocode editor and flowchart editor are integrated within Visual Studio and synchronized with code. Simply select a procedure in the code to view its corresponding pseudocode and flowchart. Edit existing procedures within the code, or create new ones, and Code Rocket will automatically generate updated designs for these on the fly. Design changes can be made by editing the flowchart or pseudocode. These changes can be committed back into the code of the selected procedure; design updates result in updated comments as appropriate and skeleton code is generated for new design content.
Both the Code Rocket .NETdesigner and plugin provide documentation generation. Detailed project documentation can be exported in HTML, Word and PDF formats.
Code Rocket .NET is supported in Visual Studio 2005, 2008 and 2010.
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