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ModelGoon brings new points of view of a Java project. Thanks to its tight connection and interaction with the Eclipse Java Development Tools JDT. ModelGoon provides also round-trip features on Class Diagrams actually as beta.
ModelGoon provides actually four diagrams which are built and synchronized directly from the sources of a Java Project:
ModelGoon is tightly connected to the Eclipse's JDT, thus the java code is the model. This is why diagrams created with ModelGoon always reflect the application's source code. ModelGoon is a lightweight tool (depends only on GEF) , and doesn't pollute the sources with annotation or proprietary comments.
At its current state, ModelGoon can be used for documentation purposes or for figuring out the static and dynamic structure of an existing application.
For more informations please visit its homepage.
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Submitted by Eduardo Silva on Tue, 2017-09-12 12:44
This is simple and easy to use. Nice, TKS!
Submitted by Silent Leo on Thu, 2014-04-24 00:59
It's simple and easy to use. We used it for code review, it's GREAT!
Before installation of the plugin, you should install GEF. And you have to download the plugin through proxy or vpn, if you from China mainland. It's sad ...... :(
Submitted by Slim Shady on Tue, 2014-02-11 03:53
When you use "Initialize Sequence Diagram" by right clicking the method from package explorer the out Sequence Diagram is often cut down from left side
Submitted by Nithyanantham Thiyagarajan on Sun, 2013-10-06 10:34
I used it for creating Class, Sequence, Interaction and Package Dependency diagrams... the outputs were clear and excellent for a free tool.
Submitted by Omnaest Mising name on Tue, 2010-12-14 14:24
This plugin is quite simple, the graphical user interface is solid and easy.
Personally I tend to use it for documentation purposes, like getting a quick overview over some class dependecies.
For this usage it is really great!
In fact the idea behind is really good, just to visualize what the eclipse jdt already provides internally.
With improvements over time, enhanced visualization, etc. this could become really a leading tool for people who just want to create java projects the old way writing class skeletons and not starting with always later widely refactored super model abstractations!
For this project: thumbs up!
Submitted by James Liu on Fri, 2013-04-05 06:48
Can you please send me the ModelGoon UML plugin,i can't install it on line.And my eclipse version is:3.7.2.
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