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1 Introduction

While the component-based approach of Dezyne (see Dezyne Reference Manual) helps to create an understandable, modular system architecture, working on a software system is not always easy. When the problem at hand gets more difficult, then all help, e.g., help from tooling, is welcome.

Working with the Dezyne Language, we think, is best done using the Verum-Dezyne IDE.

Verum-Dezyne provides two graphical views: a structural overview (see System View) that helps navigating the system architecture, and a dynamic view (see Trace View) that helps understanding your system’s behavior.

The Verum-Dezyne IDE consists of these elements: