|Blueprint Software Modeler, one of the first commercial UML 2.1 modeling tools on the market [message #562510]
||Tue, 15 August 2006 11:08
| Koos de Goede
Registered: July 2009
@-portunity B.V. announced the release of Blueprint Software Modeler, one of |
the first commercial UML 2.1 modeling tool on the market. It was built by
@-portunity B.V. using the open source Eclipse platform.
Blueprint Software Modeler is the first application in a series of products
comprising the Blueprint Modeling Framework. At its core, the framework is a
fully UML 2.1 compliant modeling tool that is both scalable and functionally
extendable. By extending the environment with additional plug-ins, one can
move from a modeling tool to a full-fledged environment capable of managing
project requirements from inception to deployment and maintenance.
Blueprint Software Modeler currently supports six diagrams: Use Case, Class,
Activity, State, Package and Component. Additional diagrams will be included
soon and delivered to registered users at no extra cost.
Blueprint Software Modeler Community Edition is available free of charge for
non-commercial use, enabling free access to this new technology to the
Blueprint Software Modeler Professional Edition, our flagship modeling
framework, is highly extendable through the use of plug-ins and complimented
by its innovative meta modeling facility that fully supports the creation of
meta models with automatic generation of UML Profiles and Stereotypes. The
framework hosts an integrated OCL Editor with syntax checking, and coloring.
Blueprint Modeling Framework is build on top of the proven, industry
standard; open source Eclipse platform and uses multiple projects from
Callisto, the latest open source Eclipse release. Callisto, through its
plug-in architecture, allows us to leverage existing products and assures
Plug-ins currently under development include: Meta Modeling Facility, OCL
Editor, EMF Integration, Code Generation, Model Transformation, Development
Koos de Goede
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