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Lattix Updates Architectual Management Tool

With the release of Lattix 6.0, Lattix has updated its software architecture management solution. This release includes the Lattix Repository and Project Browser that lets architects, developers and managers view a project's architecture, dependencies, and metrics as well as changes and trends over time.

Lattix 6.0 also includes a new ActionScript Module and enhanced capabilities to create projects for entire enterprise systems consisting of requirements, processes, and resources in addition to software and hardware infrastructure.

"With these innovations in Lattix 6.0, the architecture of software becomes more visible to the entire organization" explains Neeraj Sangal, president and founder of Lattix. "This leads to significant improvements in software quality and productivity and helps to make the software development process far more transparent than ever before."

The Lattix Repository and Project Browser allows users to maintain a complete history of their projects. The Lattix Repository, which can be updated manually with Lattix LDM or automatically with Lattix LDC, includes a web server to enable access via a web browser. The extended team can use the Project Browser to view Project Tracks with Snapshots of each build and compare trends of changes, architectural violations, metrics and a variety of other data. It is now easier than ever to communicate this critical information to the entire organization.

The Lattix ActionScript Module is the most comprehensive solution for analyzing the architecture of your ActionScript and Flex MXML applications. You can load in swf,swc, or link report files and understand the interrelationships between them at any level (packages, classes, interfaces, methods, data members etc.)

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