Can include the Interaction Flow Modeling Language?

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asked May 29 in Wanted features by EGR
edited May 29

I would like to see the possibility of incorporating IFML (Interaction Flow Modeling Language) into PlantUML. IFML is an interaction modeling standard developed and proven by the Object Management Group (OMG). 

IFML provides a specific graphical notation for modeling interaction between GUI, which includes components such as pages, forms, actions, and events. These components are essential for designing user interfaces and effectively capturing the structure and behavior of applications.

Incorporating IFML into PlantUML would open up new possibilities for modeling and communicating interaction in our diagrams. We could represent more clearly and concisely how users interact with interfaces, what actions they perform, and how information flows.

Since IFML is a standard proven by OMG, we can trust its robustness and quality. The adoption of this standard in PlantUML would allow us to follow recognized industry best practices and promote interoperability with other tools and frameworks that also support IFML.

Best regards

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