Rethinking Programming: Making Sequence Diagrams Cool Againby@lafernando
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Rethinking Programming: Making Sequence Diagrams Cool Again

March 10th 2020
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by @lafernando 1,514 reads
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The Ballerina language is designed around the concept of sequence diagrams. This initially came into existence as a better way of defining integration flows compared to using declarative languages. We need a technology that provides the flexibility we get from a general-purpose programming language, while also having the features to model solutions based on higher-level abstractions. We will use a code-first approach in defining the execution flows and because the syntax is fully compatible with sequence diagramming constructs we can automatically visualize the code we wrote as a sequence diagram.

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