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UML Statechart Diagram

A statechart diagram is one of the five UML diagrams used to model the dynamic nature of a system. JointJS can help users build statechart diagrams, and reflect any dynamic data and behavior visually for users. Generally, statecharts are behavioral diagrams, and they represent state using finite state transitions.
Demo instructions
Change the position of elements in the diagram using drag and drop.

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Available in the JointJS open-source library which helps developers create simple visual applications in less time.

What is UML Statechart Diagram?

UML Statechart diagrams are a valuable tool for developers to model the behavior of complex systems. These diagrams depict the different states that an object or system can be in, and how it transitions between those states in response to internal or external events. With UML Statechart diagrams, developers can better understand the flow of their code and visualize the potential outcomes of different scenarios.

As a JavaScript diagramming library provider, our product can be used to create UML Statechart diagrams in a user-friendly way, helping developers save time and focus their efforts on other areas.

Want to learn more about UML class diagrams? Read everything you need to know about this way of visualizing object-oriented systems.

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