The GenMyModel transformations repository grows again with the addition of a new code generator for UML. This time, Ruby is the shining star. The new generator tries to cover as much as possible of the semantic you add in your class diagram.
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
According to software architects, design patterns are everywhere, you probably use them without knowing it. There is a lot of article dealing with those and their usage in very simple contexts. They are presented as small examples without connection between them. In this article, we propose 5 design patterns in a bigger picture.
Our team is happy to unveil the revision history in GenMyModel.
At GenMyModel we aim at making you more productive. We give you the ability to model BPMN, UML, Flowcharts and more any place, any time. You just login and start modeling right from your browser on any device, with no installation.
We decided to push it one step further by making GenMyModel available… on the Original Nintendo GameBoy™.
We’ve been using a great tool called Cloud9 to edit our code generated by GenMyModel. Find out more with our video demo. What is Cloud9 (C9)? For those of you who haven’t used it yet, C9 is a great online code editor that allows you to edit your code from any browser and collaborate with […]Continue reading
In preparation for **coming out of beta September 27, 2014, we’ve launched an all new user dashboard that we’re excited to tell you about today.** Why the change? We wanted to take the dashboard to a whole new level that will also incorporate the new changes to GenMyModel. Model History You can now see the […]Continue reading
Tired of recreating the same class from scratch? Hate having to rewrite your attributes? You asked for it, and we listened. You will soon be able to copy and paste in the editor. Stay tuned… Photo credit: Liz West (CC BY 2.0)Continue reading
We’re reaching out to the user community for help in creating custom code generators for GenMyModel. The first project is for PHP. Read on to find out more. The Idea We recently introduced a new feature that allows you to upload your own custom code generator to GenMyModel so that you can generate code from […]Continue reading