UMLet

by UMLet

Create UML diagrams for software design

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: UMLet

Release: UMLet 14.3

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Unified Modeling Language (UML) is the standard visual representation for your software design.  UML diagrams are the most popular way to visually document your code.  They are similar to process flow diagrams or flowcharts used in many different fields, but using the UML standard model for software is the most popular.  UML diagrams are used for forward and backward design, process review, ease of explanation of software in a standardized format, and can also be used as a type of pseudocode to better represent and explain a piece of software or program with many interacting components.

UMLet is a free, open-source, lightweight, and easy to use the program to create and modify your own UML diagrams.  The Quickstart features will let you dive right in and get started immediately, with an intuitive user interface including the ability to add elements to a UML diagram with a simple double-click. 

For more information and for the latest version of the software, please go to umlet.com where version 14.3 is currently available for download.  The website also includes supporting elements such as an FAQ, a video tutorial, example screenshots, user comments, and more to help you get up and running quickly.  You will be creating your own UML diagrams in no time. 

Free, lightweight and easy to use
Features:

  • Free
  • Easy to use
  • Quickstart functionality to dive right in
  • Open source code
  • Draw, modify, build, save, and share UML diagrams
  • Supports export formats including PDF, JPG, EPS, and SVG
  • Add elements with a double-click
  • Select multiple elements by holding Ctrl
  • Mouse-wheel zoom
  • Supports a variety of UML diagram types including class diagrams, use-case, state diagrams, activity diagrams and more
  • Create your own custom UML elements by modifying the Java directly in the program
  • Bug logging and new feature requests still being supported via GitHub

If you’ve ever heard of a UML diagram, you should probably install this tool.  Even if you don’t currently use these frequently, when you realize how easy it is you just might start. 

Damian Cooper
This product is absolutely amazing I tried it a while back and it really helps improve my daily life if your going to get this item I suggested to do it fast because they wont stay in stores long and their also really great to have
Archie
Free Easy to use Quickstart functionality to dive right in Open source code Draw, modify, build, save, and share UML diagrams Supports export formats including PDF, JPG, EPS, and SVG Add elements with a double-click Select multiple elements by holding Ctrl Mouse-wheel zoom Supports a variety of UML diagram types including class diagrams, use-case, state diagrams, activity diagrams and more Create your own custom UML elements by modifying the Java directly in the program This product is absolutely amazing I tried it a while back and it really helps improve my daily life if your going to get this item I suggested to do it fast because they wont stay in stores long and their also really great to have
Jake
This UML tool has a simple interface and is very lightweight. It helps users draw UML diagrams, build sequence, export diagrams and serves as an all-around design tool. This is open-source software and can be run alone as a standalone program, or can also run in coordination with the Eclipse plug-in. This software is written in Java programming language and serves users with an all-around set of built-in functionalities.
Ruaridh Unger
UMLet is a free Unified Modeling Language tool for Windows and Linux. It gives users the ability to draw Unified Modeling Language diagrams using Eclipse, and create custom Unified Modeling Language elements. UMLet can run as a stand-alone program or as a plug in for Eclipse on Windows, OS X, & Linux. Users can easily create complex diagrams and flow charts.
David
I love this software for helping me draw UML quickly on my PC. It's free and open-source so it's even better. The interface is easy to use. I am able to build sequence and activity diagrams from plain text. I export them as eps, pdf, jpg and svg files so I can share them with whomever I want. I run it as a plug-in on my Windows PC but it can also be used on OS X and Linux machines. My friends like to run it as a stand-alone. There are many options for using this software.
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