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Software Ideas Modeler

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Software Ideas Modeler

Software Ideas Modeler
Developer(s) Dusan Rodina
Stable release 7.61 / July 30, 2014 (2014-07-30)
Operating system Microsoft Windows, Linux[1]
Type UML tool
License Freeware for non-commercial use

Software Ideas Modeler is a CASE and an UML tool.[2][3][4] The modeler supports all 14 diagram types specified in UML 2.4. It also supports among others the following diagrams and standards:

Software Ideas Modeler is the work of Slovak software developer Dušan Rodina. The software is written in C#.


There is an export to raster image formats (BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, TIFF), vector image formats (Windows Metafile, SVG) and PDF

There is also export to XMI.


There is an import from XMI.

See also


  1. ^ "Software Ideas Modeler Help". 
  2. ^ "". 
  3. ^ "". 
  4. ^ "". 

External links

  • Official website
  • Review
  • Download at CNet
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