INSTANT, LIVING DOCUMENTATION
Mapador Inc. brings you 18 years of code analysis experience and technology combined with our ToreroTM process to deliver documentation for your IT application(s) quickly, inexpensively and with little to no effort on your side.
If you have an application with little or no internal support or without proper documentation, we can help. Over many years, we have developed and used a large set of parsers (covering over 110 programming languages) to quickly and automatically identify components and relationships of an application. Using our ToreroTM process, a complete application documentation is delivered in 2-3 weeks, using a set of tabular and graphical web pages that can be navigated with an intranet browser, or can be printed.
Mapador’s technology can document your application, regardless of technology or language, including support for non-standard or even home-grown components that otherwise have limited or no tool support. It thus creates a comprehensive analysis and knowledge environment that can be used to understand impacts of change easily and effectively.
We now bring this technology directly to you:
Using our well-proven ToreroTM process, our dedicated delivery teams parse and document your application and deliver the results in 2-3 weeks with little or no impact on your own operation.
We charge a flat fee, starting as low as 2 cents per line of code for the service. A minimum fee of $15,000 applies to any assignment.
While we leave behind a knowledge repository and website, possible only as a result of decades of our parsing technology, there are no license fees or software licenses to sign. We simply give you the results.
The documentation can be regenerated at any time against your latest set of production code, for a minimal on-going support cost, if you so choose. This essentially extends the one-time documentation and creates live, correct and up-to-date documentation for the application for the future.
An application is more than just code. The repository can be expanded to include business documentation, infrastructure information or any domain-specific languages.