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ID: 19148, SoftModeler

by ron Navon Email: Anonymous


UML based environment built specifically for Java, EJB, JavaBeans, and W3C XML Schema developers. Analyse, design, simulate, generate your code, and reverse-engineer java files.
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Description
SoftModeler provides a unique approach to using UML for a productive development of J2EE, including Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB),

JavaBeans and plain Java. Differently from other UML tool vendors, Softera has concentrated on increasing the efficiency of enterprise

software developers, while keeping the tools as simple to use as possible.

SoftModeler includes a long list of time saving features, such as code generation, reverse-engineering and round-trip engineering of Java technology, JavaBeans and EJB. Additionally, SoftModeler allows to design an XML schema per W3C XML Schema definitions a Class

Diagram, then generate the actual XML file automatically.

Another added value of SoftModeler, is its ability to simulate the dynamic behavior of a SW design, by animating Sequence Diagrams either continuously, or a step by step. Thus, users of SoftModeler, single developers as well as teams, experience a dramatic reduction in time-to-market, increase in their software quality, and easier maintainability.

Note for the trial version:

This trial version is similar in features to the released version, only it limits the number of classes, components, and use cases that can be created to not more than 8 in each model.

For more information, see http://www.softera.com

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