It’s the end of another year, and it’s time for a recap of 2016. This year, lots of things changed at GenMyModel. We introduced new Plans and kept improving our platform. Even in the last few month, we’ve added a lot of features to the editor. Let’s take a moment to introduce you to them.
We are pleased to announce that we have just released a new version of GenMyModel. This version brings many improvement to both the GenMyModel Dashboard and the Editor. What’s New in the Dashboard? We have changed a few things on the dashboard to improve user experience. Home Screen When you arrive on the dashboard, you […]Continue reading
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 […]Continue reading
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.
As our sprint has just ended, we’re excited to announce what comes out: copy/paste, revision history, custom canvas size, class association in the class diagram, and the self-delegation in the sequence diagram. Want to see this in action? Sign in now. Copy / paste Copy and paste model elements to your diagrams. For the moment, elements cannot be pasted […]Continue reading
We’re excited to unveil new features including model generation from Java, dashboard notifications, and the coloring that will make collaboration with your diagrams even easier. Read on! UML Model generation from Java It’s now possible to create an UML model out of an existing Java code repository. Just give the URL of your Git repository […]Continue reading
Addons Adding of Inner class in class diagrams Adding of subject in use case diagrams New design of property panels: the parameter configuration gets more user-friendly: You can now see the visibility of your project (public or private) with the icon in the project explorer and in the property panel by clicking your project: Bug fix […]Continue reading
Addons: Memory cache has been sharply improved, reducing the latency for code generation and export The type of attributes and the operation return parameters can now be undefined (default value) In the project explorer, there are new icons for data-types, parameters and literals Bug fixes: The types of attributes and the types of operation return […]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
Addons: Collaborative mode is now available: A “share settings” dialog box has been added to manage collaborators you share with (more permissions will be added later). A chat box has been added allowing you to chat with the other collaborators who are currently viewing the model. There’s a new panel in the header to display […]Continue reading