Unified Language Modeling (UML) first appeared in the 1990s as an effort to select the best elements of the many modeling systems offered at the time, and combine them into a single consistent notation. It has since become the standard for modeling and design software, as well as for modeling other processes in the scientific and commercial worlds of industry. GenMyModel supports the latest UML 2.5 standard, as defined by the OMG (Object Management Group). It gives you access to many types of diagrams, on an online tool helping you communicate and share your models more effectively with Google Doc style collaboration.
UML models are a good way to visualize the design of a system. They can be used as a way to communicate between the various stakeholders. However, there are some errors that are often made by those using UML. We’re taking a look at 5 of these common errors to help you avoid them! Common […]Continue reading
GenMyModel now allows the design of activity diagrams, the most widely used UML diagram to describe dynamic aspects of a system. You can share the activity diagrams you create and you can edit them with your teammates in real-time. Most of the UML elements are available in the toolbar: Action, Initial node, Activity final , […]Continue reading
Addons: A first version of the activity diagram is added A new protocol of communication between the client and the server has been released. We gave up websockets. New toolbar design. Buttons to align or distribute graphical elements has been added. A project can now have tags (this will used in the future for searching […]Continue reading
Activity diagrams will be available at the end of our next dev sprint, most probably on December 22. Some kind of Christmas present for all the folks who need to design processes and workflows using UML activities. And I promise an enjoyable user experience!, similarly to what you can feel when designing class diagrams and […]Continue reading