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Visual Paradigm for UML

Visual Paradigm for UML (VP-UML) is a powerful, cross-platform, and easy-to-use visual UML modeling and CASE tool. It provides software developers with a cutting edge development platform to build quality applications faster, better, and cheaper. It facilitates excellent interoperability with other CASE tools and most of the leading IDEs.

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  •  11 Jan 2010 09:02

    Release Notes: New features include the ability to customize UML by profile diagram, project management properties, C++ round-trip code engineering, automatic translation, automatic expansion of diagram margins, the ability to specify testing procedures, generation of the PHP doctrine layer, BPMN conversation diagram, XPDL generation, and JPDL generation. Enhanced features include the flow of events editor, the glossary grid, business process modeling, Visual Diff, Animacian, concurrent modeling with VP Teamwork server, rich text documentation, and Java round-trip code engineering.

    •  21 Apr 2009 07:14

      Release Notes: This release allows references to other projects' model elements, compares diagrams visually, draws diagrams with freehand shapes, supports styles and layers, and shows line jumps in Arc, Square, Skip, and Normal.

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