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 modelling and design software, as well as for modelling 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.
With GenMyModel, you can create UML elements using UML 2.5 standards, in an intuitive mode, directly in your web browser. Day after day, we innovate to give you the best UML online modeler. Today, you can enjoy two new features: creating diagrams inside Elements and using attachments inside your projects.
We are about to begin a serie of blog posts about the most used UML diagrams. The Unified Modeling Language™ (UML‧Ⓡ) is a way of describing software architecture using a range of diagrams. UML have been created to put different profiles around the table, and speak the same language : business analysts, software architects and developers. This modeling language, as a standard language, can be applied to any sectors (banking, internet, aerospace, finance etc.), be used with major software development methods and for several implementation platforms. We can identify two main types of diagrams :
- structure diagrams to show the static structure of a system including abstraction, real word, implementation, and how they are related to each other.
- behaviour diagrams to show the dynamic behaviour of the objects in a system, a serie of changes to the system over time.
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.
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
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
We’ve added a great new drag and drop feature to GenMyModel that allows you to use model elements in multiple diagrams. This will make creating your UML models even easier! Work More Quickly and Efficiently You no longer have to create the same element several times to use it in different diagrams. We were listening […]Continue reading
We’ve launched the brand new dashboard for your UML modeling projects. Find out what’s changed and what’s new! All of these changes are made possible thanks to our API. First off, don’t worry! All the features you know and love are still available. We’ve just improved things. Now, when you log into your GenMyModel account, […]Continue reading
GenMyModel has hit a milestone, and we couldn’t have done it without you. UML modeling has been brought to a whole new level in the cloud. UML Modeling in the Cloud is the Place to Be! We are thrilled to announce that GenMyModel now has over 50,000 users! The GenMyModel beta was first available in […]Continue reading
Cloud and SaaS are the most used words in the software world today. It’s only natural as they embody the biggest change in the industry in 15 years. But deep down, for modeling, why is the Cloud a revolution? As this graphic illustrates, there are three major reasons developers may prefer to model in the […]Continue reading