RAPTOR is a flowchart-based programming environment which is designed to help students to visualize the algorithms. Some of the features of the RAPTOR flowchart are as follows:
Features of RAPTOR
RAPTOR is free and open-source tool. The flowchart tool is helpful for students, beginners who are learning programming, logic ,algorithm visualization and design etc.
Easy to use
It is easy to build flowchart using the RAPTOR tool. Drag and drop the flowchart symbols from the Symbols tab to the workspace area.
RAPTOR supports multiple modes for beginners as well as experts.The supported RAPTOR flowchart modes are as follows:
RAPTOR flowcharts can generate code in various programming languages. The flowchart can be converted to code in the supported languages. The support languages for the code generation are as follows:
RAPTOR tool allows us to add breakpoints to the flowchart. The RAPTOR flowchart execution halts at the break-point. We can analyze the variables and Console windows to debug the flowchart.
RAPTOR provides the ability for students to test their flowcharts against a test server.
UML class diagrams
In object-oriented mode, the RAPTOR tool can be used to create UML class diagrams for object-oriented programs that involve multiples classes. UML class diagrams show the relationships among the classes like Inheritance, Composition, etc.
Raptor Tutorials on this website can be found at:
RAPTOR official website: https://raptor.martincarlisle.com/