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Release Update: beautiful BPM export to PDF, better organization of large projects and new revision history

After the recent release of the BPMN Visio Import, GenMyModel continues to evolve for bringing you more traceability, performance and flexibility. The latest release update includes a new professional PDF export, the redesign of the model history browser and the drag and drop of model elements within the project explorer. These improvements bring a significant […]

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Release Update: data modeling in BPMN projects, wider BPMN 2.0 coverage and better diagram interchange

As a new step of our continuous delivery process, we’ve just introduced significant improvements related to our BPMN editor: you can now model the data handled by your designed processes and make the whole project executable into Java-based execution engines, customize a wider range of BPMN 2.0 attributes, and import BPMN 2.0 models with even […]

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Release Update June 11th: BPMN Animation, Versioning, Permissions and BPMN Interchange

We’ve just released a major update and we’ve got plenty of developments to tell you about: we introduce the business process animation, a first step towards process simulation, model versioning and access right management. In our efforts for providing a professional BPMN modeling and analysis platform in the cloud, we joined the Business Process Model […]

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GenMyModel joins the OMG Business Process Model and Notation Model Interchange Working Group

In our efforts for providing a professional BPMN modeling and analysis platform in the cloud, GenMyModel joined the Business Process Model and Notation Model Interchange Working Group (BPMN MIWG). In this working group, we work to ensure the smooth interchange of BPMN models between GenMyModel and other tools that implement the OMG standard. For our […]

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Introducing the Database Model Editor

Our team is happy to unveil the new Database Diagram Editor in GenMyModel. It enables you to design databases online with the power of real-time collaboration and code generation. The data modeling editor completes the GenMyModel modeling platform which now covers a wide spectrum of diagrams: ER, UML, Flowchart and EMF. As a full-featured collaborative platform in the browser, GenMyModel is now at the center of software design in agile teams.

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Online Python code generator

We recently introduced the online code template editor in GenMyModel for creating  your own templates which generate code from your diagrams.

The editor is a full-featured MTL tool runing in the browser. Below are a few snapshots and details about the Python template of our library. In our sample library, the Python template produces the classes, attributes, inheritance relations, etc from the class diagrams. The template takes a UML model, browses its elements and translates the elements into code. The template is written in the standard MTL syntax (like Acceleo) and can easily be customized.

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Introducing the GenMyModel code template editor

We are excited to unveil the code template editor in GenMyModel.

It’s now possible to create, modify and share Acceleo templates that generate code from your online diagrams. For example, you can design a code template that takes your class diagram and produces your REST API interfaces. Or it could just be your snippet generator. You decide what you generate and everything happens in the browser. The online editor relies on the Acceleo syntax (propulsed by Obeo) and provides live compilation, error checking, syntax coloring, auto-completion, generation preview and run.

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