jGRASP is a lightweight code development environment that makes reading source code easier for programmers. For debugging and functional testing the control structure diagramming software (CSD) and the object viewer Java tools allows the viewing of data structures on its own.
jGRASP is a feature-For writing software code with a variety of programming languages (Java, C, C++, Objective-C, Ada, and VHDL) in a multi-platform environment on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. It's akin to being in the middle of a war between your ideas and how they relate to one another.
With readily available information on the data structures and other objects of the code, it is much easier for the author as well as anyone editing or changing the code to visualize its purpose. Thanks to Control Structure Diagrams (CSD) and Complexity Profile Graphs (CPG), users are able to easily and instantly summarize their surroundings.
The following instructions will guide you through how to find CSD-.How the structure is structured based on information about it. There's more content or structure data to be found in readily accessible information: Information about the types, values, links and complexities of data. There are customized dynamic object viewers for displaying the above information, and they can be combined and saved together.
Unlike other visualization softwares, jGRASP ll of visualization software, jGRASP uses Java and can run on any platform with a Java Virtual Machine (including Windows, Mac OS and Linux).
An analysis of complexity profiles allows users to get more insights into their source code. Full integration of the CPG with the editing window means accessing this feature is simple and intuitive.
jGRASP is open source freeware and was developed by a research grant from the National Science Foundation.