StarUML 2 is compatible with UML 2.x standard and supports totally 11 kinds of UML diagrams: Class, Object, Use Case, Component, Deployment, Composite Structure, Sequence, Communication, Statechart, Activity and Profile Diagram.
Unified Modeling Language Tools
Use UML 2.0 Diagrams like Use Case Diagram, Class Diagram, Sequence Diagram, Collaboration Diagram and many more.
Various Language Support like Java Profile, Code Generator, C++ Profile, C# Profile.
Customizable Code Generation.
Support MDA Technology.
Editing like Quick dialog, Short-cut commands, Diagram Overview.
Use Model Verification Pattern Support.
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Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)
StarUML is an open source software modeling tool that supports UML (Unified Modeling Language). It is based on UML version 1.4, provides eleven different types of the diagram and it accepts UML 2.0 notation. StarUML 2 is a sophisticated software model developed by advanced UX and extensions. StarUML 2 is compatible with UML 2.x standard and supports totally 11 kinds of UML diagrams Class, Object, Use case, Component, Deployment, Sequence, Communication, Activity and Profile Diagram. StarUML 2is a commercial software, and there is no limit for evaluation.
People can buy a license for continued use. StarUML is one of the most popular tools in the world. It has been downloaded over than 5 million and used in more than 150 countries. StarUML ERD is one of the most frequently used diagrams for database modeling. StarUML ERD is based on crow’s foot notation that is much easier and readable than Chan’s notation.
StarUML is fast modeling tool. Creating elements and connecting them are hard tasks. StarUML supports many shorthands in Quick Edit to create elements and relationships at once such as sub-classes, supporting interfaces, etc. StarUML 2 supports Retina Display also. People can also get diagrams as the high-dpi bitmap images (PNG and JPEG). Using Extension Manager, people can easily find and install extensions from official extension registry or Github repositories. Extensions are open source and hosted on Github.