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Offline dsellars

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Need to write more games

« Posted 2004-08-03 12:45:48 »

I know that BlahBlahBlahh has done a 2004 rund up of uml programs.  But it seemd aimed at free editors.

Does any on know what is considered best of breed at the moment?  (we may be looking at a product for work soon so it dosn't want to be just limited to java either, I'm afraid)

I personally quite like poseidon although I hav only used the comunity version, and I've not used Rose for a few years.

Opinions anyone?

Offline Herkules

Senior Devvie

Friendly fire isn't friendly!

« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-08-03 13:55:51 »

I used to love Together. Nowadays its built into JBuilder/Enterprise and I think its not longer THAT good. At least, it didn't evolve much since Borland bought it.

UML2 is missing! No inner classes Sad

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Offline aNt

Senior Devvie


« Reply #2 - Posted 2004-08-13 11:37:35 »

you can do uml2 in Together for Borland and theres a
free version of it for all to use on there site. Smiley
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Offline sonicviz

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2004-08-24 02:42:02 »

I've been evaluating a bunch of them and the best one for price/performance I have found is EnterpriseArchitect :

US$189 for professional version, though their business model is 12 months free upgrades and then what seems to be a resonable yearly subscription fee (I say reasonable because almost everyone seems to charge at least the same amount for upgrades after a year nowdays).

Tested it with a bunch of gnarly reverse engineer imports (java/C++) to check the model creation...excellent.
I have a couple of minor quibbles, but overall fantastic value, especially if you have been through the demo loop in search of the UML tool holy grail:-)

30 day demo plus also an interesting UML e-learning addon

Check it out for yourself.

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