AthTek Flowchart to Code
AthTek Flowchart to Code is a companion programming tool of AthTek Code to FlowChart Converter. It can help software engineers to convert flowchart to code effortlessly. You don’t need to manually type the source code line by line any more. With AthTek Flowchart to Code, the only thing you need to do is to put the program flowchart from your mind into the program, and then you will get the source code automatically. It can absolutely accelerate development cycles and free software engineers from the repetitive and mechanical work.
What can I do with AthTek Flowchart to Code
Generate pseudo-code for your project:
Software development without coding:
Generates full pseudo-code with one clickAthTek Flowchart to Code can help software engineers to generate full pseudo-code with only one click. You can save a lot of time in writing pseudo-code line by line manually. It makes creativity to be the only work in software development.
Programming without writing codeHave you ever dreamed of that you can you can do the programming project just by clicks? AthTek Flowchart to Code Converter can help you to create the source code without writing code manually.
Create applications for PC, iOS (iphone & iPad), Android and WebIf you are planning to create an application for your iPhone, iPad, Android, PC or website, we can absolutely accelerate development cycles and free software engineers from the repetitive and mechanical work.
Editable flowchart and code treeRight click on the flowchart or code tree, you will be able to edit the source code. You can add new FUNCTION, CODE, IF, FOR, WHILE, REPEAT, SWITCH, TRY, SET, BREAK, CONTINUE and EXIT to your current source code.
Supports to reset the root of flowchartIt supports to reset the root of flowchart. This means you are able to display part of the entire flowchart, and convert part of the flowchart to code flexibly. If you have a large project, this will help in partial analysis.
Exports flowchart to MS Word/Visio/SVG/BMP/XMLAs the companion programming tool of AthTek Code to FlowChart, it can export the flowchart to MS Word, Visio, SVG and BMP formats. Additionally, it can also save the source code as an XML file or just an Auto Code file.
Improves the utility of pseudo-codeGenerally the pseudo-code can only be used for studying the programming skills or explaining what you are doing in the project. But now you can add some necessary functions like caption or source to it and make it getting close to the final version.
Custom flowchart diagramsYou can not only zoom in/out the view of flowchart, but also change the color, size, font and other settings of flowchart. Also the flowchart will be editable and printable if you export it to MS word or Visio.
One-time charge, free update and customer serviceThe payment of AthTek Flowchart to Code Converter is an one-time charge without any additional fee. After that you are allowed to upgrade your version to the latest one for lifetime free. The 24/7 online customer service is free for you too.
Up to 30 days free trialYou are allowed to use the free trial of AthTek Flowchart to Code Converter for up to 30 days/times. This means you would have enough time to test the program in your work and decide whether to have a full version in 30 days.
Compatible with Windows 8AthTek Flowchart to Code Converter is compatible with the latest Windows Operating System – Windows 8. Actually it still can be used on Windows 9X/NT/Me/XP/Vista/7. It can only work on Windows systems now.
|OS||Microsoft® Windows 98/2000/2003/2008/XP/Vista/7/8|
|Processor||1GHz Intel/AMD processor or above|
|RAM||256MB RAM (512MB or above recommended)|
|Free Hard Disk||100MB space for installation|
|Graphics Card||Super VGA (800×600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher|
- I'm very glad that AthTek Flowchat to Code launched finally. I'm a extended user of Code to Flowchart for the past two years, and had been always thinking that it would be great if I can generate source code from the flowchart. Happily, I get this one. It's as good as the old one.
--------- Philip Bond, from Birmingham