Trace Modeler — Finally, An Easy And Productive Way To Work With UML Sequence Diagrams
December 19, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsHeule, Belgium — December 19, 2007 — TraceModeler.com has released Trace Modeler v1.0, an easy-to-use and smart UML sequence diagram editor. This cross-platform development tool runs on any modern operating system. Trace Modeler is the first product on the market to combine the immediate and automatic layout of UML sequence diagrams with a simple drag and drop interface.
Trace Modeler is designed to optimize developer productivity when working with UML sequence diagrams. It can be used by any development team for brainstorming and prototyping the design of new systems, or for the documentation of existing ones.
Trace Modeler's main benefit is that it can save developers a tremendous amount of time. It instantly updates a diagram's layout whenever it changes, freeing the user to focus on the actual content. Furthermore, its layout engine ensures that every diagram is visually pleasing and structurally correct.
At the heart of its technology lies an understanding of the flow of control in sequence diagrams. As a result, ideas can be expressed almost instantly with Trace Modeler.
The visual appearance of a diagram is controlled by a handful of style settings. Trace Modeler also offers a couple of unique features such as splitting activations, inlining message calls, smart flow-based comment connectors, right-to-left diagram layout and full bidi-text support for non-Western scripts, automatic object lifetimes and control flow highlighting.
Trace Modeler works on all major platforms, requires no installation and has very accommodating license terms.
A single-user license costs $119 and significant academic and volume discounts are available. Licenses can be ordered through the TraceModeler.com website.
A free, fully functional evaluation version is available for download.
Tracemodeler.com ( http://www.tracemodeler.com ) was founded in 2006 to boost developer productivity with new, lightweight development tools. It is located in Heule, Belgium and can be reached by phone (+32-485-150799) and E-mail (info ( at ) tracemodeler.com).