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INSTRUCTIONS

Buttons

Adds a new participant into the diagram of type participant.

Shows the diagram as an image which can be right clicked and copied. The size of the image depends on the current zoom level.

Creates a link for sharing containing all the data of the diagram.

Open a source script text file directly from your hard drive or from the browsers local storage.

Save the source script as a text file directly to your hard drive or in the browsers local storage.

Save the diagram as a HQ png image. The size of the image depends on the current zoom level.

Save the diagram as a LQ jpg image. The size of the image depends on the current zoom level.

Save the diagram as a vector based svg image.

Autocomplete
  • Press Ctrl+Space to trigger autocomplete
Large Example
  • Large example including most of the features
Title
  • The title is displayed at the top of the diagram
  • The title is also used as the file name when theicons are clicked
sequence diagram title example

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Participants
  • New particpants of type participant may be added by clicking the icon
  • The following special participant types exist
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    • actor - specific icon
    • boundary - specific icon
    • control - specific icon
    • database - specific icon
    • entity - specific icon
    • fontawesome - different icons from Font Awesome specified via the unicode code points found here: fontawesome.io/icons
      Note: The font is not embedded in exported SVG documents, hence, the font must be installed on the device viewing the SVG document GPT1058zjl35U Sandales Nell Femme Rouge Style2059632 Vulgarisation
    • materialdesignicons - different icons from Material Design Icons specified via the unicode code points found here: materialdesignicons.com/cheatsheet
      Note: The font is not embedded in exported SVG documents, hence, the font must be installed on the device viewing the SVG document
  • You may also use glyphsearch.com to get the unicode code points for fontawesome and materialdesignicons
  • Change the alias of a participant by double clicking it
  • A long displayed name can be written on form:
    • participant "some very\nlong name" as Alice
  • Delete a participant by clicking it and using the delete key
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sequence diagram database example sequence diagram entity example sequence diagram actor with multi line example sequence diagram participant with multi line example sequence diagram fontawesome icon example sequence diagram materialdesignicons icon example
Messages
  • Messages are created by clicking and dragging in the diagram
    • Hold Shift before clicking for dashed line
    • Hold Ctrl before clicking for open arrow
    • Hold Shift+Ctrl before clicking for open arrow with dashed line
  • Edit the text of a message by double clicking it
  • Change the start and end participants of the message by clicking and dragging the start or end of the message
  • Change position of the message by clicking and dragging the middle of the message
  • Delete the message by clicking it and pressing the delete key
  • New line is create using \n
sequence diagram request response example sequence diagram async request response example sequence diagram self referencing message example
Non-instantaneous Messages
  • Non-instantaneous messages are created by adding ([delay]) before the target participant, examples:
    • A->(1)B: info
    • A-->(5)B: info
    • A->>(2)B: info
  • Otherwise non-instantaneous messages behaves just like normal messages
sequence diagram non-instantaneous message example sequence diagram non-instantaneous messages arriving after later message example
Notes and Boxes sequence diagram notes over example sequence diagram notes on sides example sequence diagram box over example sequence diagram boxes on sides example sequence diagram angular box over example sequence diagram angular box on sides example sequence diagram round box over example sequence diagram round box on sides example
References
  • References are created by right clicking in the diagram selecting over which participants the reference should be from the menu
  • Edit the text of a reference by double clicking it
  • Change the start and end participants of the reference by clicking and dragging the start or end of the reference
  • Change position of the reference by clicking and dragging the middle of the note or box
    • Note: It is the bottom of the shapes that counts as the y position when dragging
  • Delete the reference by clicking it and pressing the delete key
  • New line is create using \n
sequence diagram notes over example
Dividers
  • Dividers are created by right clicking in the diagram and selecting the divider entry from the menu
  • Edit the text of a divider by double clicking it
  • Change position of the divider by clicking and dragging it
  • Delete the divider by clicking it and pressing the delete key
sequence diagram divider example
Create and Destroy
  • Create and destroy are at this point not part of the context menu, participants may be defined in the start of the diagram
    • participantNameA->*participantNameB: message: Sends a message to participantNameB and creates participantNameB
    • create participantName: Creates the participant without sending a message to it
    • destroy participantName: Destroys the participant at the previous entry's y position
    • destroyafter participantName: Destroys the participant at after a space and gives the destroy symbol its own space
    • destroysilent participantName: Destroys the participant at the previous entry's y position without rendering the destroy symbol
  • Click and drag on the entries to move them in y axis using the mouse
sequence diagram create message example sequence diagram create without message example sequence diagram destroy silent example
Activations
  • Activations are created by right clicking in the diagram and selecting the activation entry from the menu
    • activate participantName: Activates the participant at the previous entry's y position
    • deactivate participantName: Deactivates the participant at the previous entry's y position. If no entry has been added since the activation the activity is deactivated directly, use deactivateafter or space if you want an empty gap
    • deactivateafter participantName: Deactivates the participant right below the previous entry's y position
  • Activations cannot be selected, moved, or edited using the mouse
sequence diagram activation example sequence diagram activation with self reference example
Spaces
  • Spaces are created by right clicking in the diagram and selecting the space entry from the menu, examples:
    • space
    • space 3
    • space -4 (may be used in together with non-instantaneous messages to visualize messages being sent out earlier arriving after later messages)
  • Change position of the space by clicking and dragging it
  • Delete the space by clicking it and pressing the delete key
sequence diagram space example
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  • Fragments are created by right clicking in the diagram and selecting the wanted fragment type from the menu
    • Since many possible fragments exists, only the most common are included in the menu, complete list: alt, opt, loop, par, break, critical, ref, seq, strict, neg, ignore, consider, assert, region
  • Special fragments
    • group allows a custom label for the fragment
    • expandable allows a portion of the diagram to be expanded (expandable-) and collapsed (expandable+), click the label to toggle the expandable
  • Edit the text of a fragment by double clicking the top of the fragment or its else part
  • Change inclusion of entries by clicking and dragging top, bottom, or else part of the fragment
  • You can also create new items directly inside the fragment
  • Delete the whole fragment (but keep the contents) by clicking the top or bottom of the fragment and pressing the delete key
  • Delete only the else (else is only supported inside the alt fragment) part by clicking the else divider and pressing delete key
sequence diagram opt fragment example sequence diagram alt fragment example sequence diagram loop fragment example sequence diagram parallel fragment example sequence diagram group fragment example sequence diagram expandable fragment example
nike Text Styling
  • Text in all entries can be styled
  • Bold text: **some bold text**
  • Italic text: //some italic text//
  • Small text: --some small text--
  • Big text: ++some big text++
  • Big and bold: ++**some big and bold text**++
  • Italic and small: //--italic and small--//
  • Use \ to escape wanted */-+ chars, examples: c\+\+ http:\/\/www.example.org
  • Color: <color #red>red text</color>
sequence diagram text styling example sequence diagram text styling color example
Colors
  • Color is supported for most of the entries and use the HTML color names or hex
  • W3C provides a good list of color names: W3C color names
  • Examples: #ff00ff, #lightblue
sequence diagram color participants example sequence diagram color divider example sequence diagram color boxes and notes example sequence diagram color messages example sequence diagram color activations example sequence diagram color fragment example
Active Color
  • Active color specifies the color of all activations of a participant, the specified value will be overridden by any color specified on specific activations
    • activecolor #red: make all activations red
    • activecolor participantName #blue: make all activations of the participant blue
sequence diagram active color example
Fonts
  • The font can be specified using the fontfamily keyword and the css name of the font
  • Specific font: fontfamily My Font Name
  • Browser selected sans-serif font: fontfamily sans-serif
  • Browser selected mono spaced font: fontfamily mono
sequence diagram font example
Automatic Numbering
  • The autonumber statement gives automatic number of subsequent messages
  • The autonumber off statement stops the numbering
  • Automatic numbering can be started at a specified number, example: autonumber 10
sequence diagram automatic number example
Linear Messages
  • The linear statement makes subsequent messages of the same type linear
  • The linear off statement stops linear
sequence diagram linear messages example
Parallel
  • The parallel statement simply puts subsequent entries at the same y position
  • The parallel off statement stops parallel
  • It is different from linear since it doesn't do any intelligent matching for different types of entries
sequence diagram parallel example
Participant Spacing
  • Participant spacing allows control of spacing between the participants
  • The participantspacing equal statement makes the spacing between all participants equal
  • The participantspacing 50 statement makes the spacing between all participants at least 50
sequence diagram participant spacing example
Entry Spacing
  • Entry spacing allows control of spacing between the entries
  • Click anywhere on the diagram and press the + or - key to change spacing between all entries
  • Add entryspacing statements to change in different places of the diagram
sequence diagram entry spacing example
Life Line Color
  • Specifies the color of the life lines
    • lifelinecolor #blue: make all life lines blue
    • lifelinecolor participantName #red: make participant life line red
sequence diagram active color example
Life Line Weight
  • Specifies the weigth of the life lines
    • lifelineweight 4: sets the life line weight to 4
sequence diagram active color example

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ABOUT

SequenceDiagram.org is a completely free online tool for creating sequence diagrams.

All processing of parsing and painting the diagram is done using javascript client side in the user's web browser. This not only makes it snappy to work with, but it also means that your data isn't transferred over the Internet like in many other sequence diagram tools. Since no backend server is used it is also possible to use the web application offline.

There are many sequence diagram tools out there but this is the only one which allows you to:

In other words bringing the best from both worlds. This makes it very easy to work with large diagram where other similar tools struggle. It also doesn't have any ads or unnecessary distracting elements. (Even the top bar can be hidden to maximize the working area)

The tool is developed and maintained by people who create a lot of sequence diagrams in their daily work and from efficiency point of view weren't 100% satisfied with the existing tools. The graphic design is created by yusi.se.

If you have any question/comments/suggestions/bugs please contact info@sequencediagram.org
FAQ

Are diagrams stored in any way or sent to any server by SequenceDiagram.org?

No, all parsing and drawing of diagrams is executed solely on the client side in your browser. (In the past, the share URL button used a query parameter to transport the diagram data, which meant that the data in the URL was visible in the http access logs when someone used the generated URL. In the current version, fragment '#' is used instead, which according to https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3986#section-3.5 is dereferenced solely by the user agent)


Are diagrams/scripts created using SequenceDiagram.org subject to any license?

No license is imposed by SequenceDiagram.org itself on the generated output, see LICENSE for details. However, like with all images containing text, the fonts used might. The default font used in diagrams is the default sans-serif font selected by your browser. You can specify a different font using the fontfamily keyword, see help for more information.


Can I run the SequenceDiagram.org tool in my companies private network?

No, but a SequenceDiagram.org server application with a REST-like API is available for CI/CD setups. Please contact info@sequencediagram.org for more information.


Is the codebase of SequenceDiagram.org itself open source?

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