Trace Modeler is an easy to use and smart editor for UML sequence diagrams. It is ideal for documenting existing systems and brainstorming new designs. o Have you ever pondered the design of a solution before coding it? o Are you convinced that documenting key interactions is a worthwhile investment? o Do you find that drawing UML sequence diagrams is harder than it ought to be? If so, then Trace Modeler might just be the tool for you! It instantly updates the diagram layout, freeing you to focus on the actual content. Think about the last time you had to deal with sequence diagrams, where did you spend most of your time? On the actual content or struggling with shapes and layout issues? Trace Modeler has a couple of neat and innovative features that make working with sequence diagrams a pleasant experience... How is that for a change? o Whenever you make a change, the layout adjusts instantly and automatically. No more wrestling with shapes or connectors! o The look and layout of your diagrams are controlled by style settings and easily changed o It has a simple text based file format, ideal for generation and version control systems o Your diagrams are always visually pleasing and structurally correct TraceModeler will save you a tremendous amount of time, plain and simple. In fact, working with Trace Modeler is so time efficient that prototyping with sequence diagrams is finally feasible! And it looks great too. It has transparency effects, animations, cross platform Look and Feel, zoomable UI, WYSIWIG, drag and drop, in place text editing and much more! Try it today and be sure to check out the website for UML sequence diagram resources, tips and tricks, screenshots and demos.
Trace Modeler for UML Sequence Diagrams 1.6
Trace Modeler for UML Sequence Diagrams 1.6 - The Latest Versions History
Trace Modeler for UML Sequence Diagrams 1.6 -> Mar 10, 2009 -> New Release:
Extensive updates in this release, check our website for details
Trace Modeler for UML Sequence Diagrams 1.4 -> May 8, 2008 -> New Release:
Trace Modeler for UML Sequence Diagrams 1.0 -> Dec 4, 2007 -> New Release: