Open Source "UML Almighty": Executable UML, Simulation, Prototyping and more

July 13, 2012

UML Almighty Manuals

Filed under: Executable UML, OOP, UML, UML Simulation — umlalmighty @ 4:05 pm

What is UML Almighty?

UML Almighty is a tool that significantly extends the capabilities of the regular UML modeling tool such as Enterprise Architect®, Visual Paradigm®, and so on.

UML modeling tool build UML models and capture a static view (diagrams) of a system in order to understand the domain and define a solution.

To understand big systems from a static view is very difficult and make the design proper to misunderstanding and errors.

UML Almighty provides a dynamic view of an UML Model, simulating an entire UML model with desktop and web prototyping.

The use of UML Almighty simulation and prototyping capabilities in any stage of software development it makes the domain model much reliable, enhance communication capabilities between project’s actors, provide ways to detect early design mistakes, the documentation generation is much more accurate and has others benefit derived from systems simulation.

Usually a XMI 2.1 file version is exported from your preferred UML case tool (such as Enterprise Architect®, Visual Paradigm®, and so on) and imported into UML Almighty where the simulation and prototyping begins.

Here are the links to UML Almighty Documentation:

UML Architecture Manual

UML Development Environment Manual

UML Application Customization Manual

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