27.3.11

AndyUML brings yUML & UML to Android

AndyUML is just a simple client for the great free service yUML located at http://yuml.me

With yUML you can create and share simple UML (Unified Modelling Language) diagrams.
You do it using the yUML DSL (Domain Specific Language)

For example, if you code:

[User]

you get:


or if you code:


[User|+Forename+;Surname;+HashedPassword;-Salt|+Login();+Logout()]

you get:


Those samples, are for CLASS diagrams type, you can create ACTIVITY and USE CASE diagrams type using yUML DSL.

So AndyUML is just a tool for using yUML DSL and http://yuml.me free service.

But with this Android client you are able to store locally your yUML DSL code on you device, share, delete and add new ones to your personal database.

IMPORTANT: WITH yUML/AndyUML YOU DON'T DRAW/DRAG&DROP DIGRAMS, YOU CODE/WRITE IT.

You can get AndyUML at the Android Market place : https://market.android.com/details?id=com.yeradis.android.yuml

So, what is yUML?

yUML is an online tool for creating and publishing simple UML diagrams.

It's makes it really easy for you to:

Embed UML diagrams in blogs, emails and wikis.
Post UML diagrams in forums and blog comments.
Use directly within your web based bug tracking tool.
Copy and paste UML diagrams into MS Word documents and Powerpoint presentations.

Read more at http://yuml.me/faq

Also check their service for samples and help on yUML syntax.

yUML SAMPLES:

Class Diagram Samples at http://yuml.me/diagram/scruffy/class/samples

Activity Diagram samples http://yuml.me/diagram/scruffy/activity/samples

Use Case samples http://yuml.me/diagram/scruffy/usecase/samples

To finish this post, here are some shots from AndyUML Android app:








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