Software developers, project owners, project managers, designers and more... Once you create a large-scale project, you have to explain it to many people, to convince them and most of all make them understand the project before the idea comes to life. Even though the one that should be convinced might be a single person, it is imperative that a common ground should be established for each detail to be comprehended the most, until it comes to that specific person.
Code2Flow, is a scheme development tool generated for this purpose and all you have to do is writing your thoughts line by line just as you would do with a code, then sit back and watch the flow to be generated.
Though at first sight, it might seem to be developed only for software developers, Code2Flow indeed is such a simple tool that everyone included in the project can make use of. All you have to do is entering data for a scheme on each line and ending the line with a ";". Once you get to more detail, it consists of developing your scheme with simple commands such as "if, else, while" that is quite popular in the coding world.
Though there are numerous practical tools where you can build these schemes called as "Mind Mapping" -such as the Mindmeister- the biggest drawback is that having to re-edit the rest of the scheme once you have to enter some data in between. These tools also try to prevent this problem with various features they provide, however, Code2Flow remains the best tool to solve this problem in the simplest and fastest way possible.
Despite being an opposite to the "no code" wave prominent in all fields during recent years, a rather efficient solution is developed with this tool. Most of the Producthunt users during the product's offline beta phase commented as "Sometimes it is so much faster to solve certain things through codes, and developments in line with the"no-code" wave might not always be reasonable.
The first thought I had when I first saw the product generated diagrams from the codes written, was the possibility that it could generate codes from diagrams; but recently it only generates diagrams from the codes. I hope that the generation of codes from diagrams will be offered soon so that the communication with software teams would be taken one step forward.
In case you enjoy this tool that also has a free version, you can choose from cloud or on-premise options to be used within your team. Lastly, you can contact the Code2Flow team if you are either a student or an employee of an educational institute who wants to use the product with your students.