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The ObjectAid UML Explorer is optimized for the quick and easy creation of UML class and sequence diagrams from existing Java source code and libraries. It uses the UML notation to show a graphical representation of existing code that is as accurate and up-to-date as your text editor.
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Submitted by Mohit Kumar on January 27, 2015 - 01:25
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Submitted by Serge Mathieu on October 16, 2014 - 06:17
I was looking for a free Eclipse plugin to create Class Diagram and finally found it.
ObjectAid is a very good tool that integrate very well in Eclipse.
To create my first Class diagram, I have first created a simple java project in Eclipse.
From that simple java project, I have created my first Diagram.
File -> new -> Other -> ObjectAid diagram.
In this diagram, I could drag and drop class from my professional project.
It is important to know that you don't have to pollute you project with the diagram if you just need them for printing.
That is why I have created a separate java project to test it.
Well it is a very good tool ;)
Submitted by Jeff Jensen on September 2, 2013 - 17:56
We don't want to manually create sequence diagrams. It's a lot of manual effort to simply generate one from code. This is a nice plugin, but because of that limitation, we need to continue looking.
Submitted by Felix L J Mayer on September 22, 2013 - 15:30
The problem with automatic sequence diagram generation is that even small pieces of code can produce huge diagrams with mostly uninteresting messages. If you would like to discuss, please contact us (http://objectaid.com/contact).
Submitted by Jeff Jensen on August 31, 2013 - 14:21
No auto gen of sequence diagrams.
Submitted by nexus111 on June 19, 2013 - 16:01
i´m suprised that uml generation could be as simple as with objectaid. will investigate further on.
Submitted by Mark Cornelius on May 2, 2013 - 09:57
Very helpful and and lets me choose the level of detail I want. Worth the price.
Submitted by Kuinai Fang on March 8, 2013 - 10:46
Submitted by Umesh Sharma on January 28, 2013 - 13:10
Great tool to generate sequence diagrams and class diagrams
Submitted by Ali Ghopeh on January 10, 2013 - 13:27
Exactly what I needed and I am sure a lot of out there need it too. Download and use it. Easy to use. Job well done. Looking forward to the future enhancements.
Submitted by Ethan Mallove on July 27, 2012 - 20:37
Java code in. UML diagram out. Simple. Beautiful.
Submitted by Etienne Pallier on May 11, 2012 - 06:28
does not work on eclipse indigo with mac os X or Fedora 16
Submitted by Walter Test on March 11, 2012 - 13:12
I am searching for a long time and found a pile of tools from 200€ year to 600$ one time pay. All this tools are great, but i am learning an object orienten way to develope software. My problem is, i come from the traditional programming and it is very hard for me to keep track all these classes.
With this tool i have an instant visualisation of all createt classes in my project and this is a very big help for me. Thanks very much, for this great tool.
Submitted by Kauldric on March 4, 2011 - 22:25
This is a tool for software developers. Love that it quickly and easily lets me conjure up UML simply by writing java classes. Plus I can always reverse engineer existing code.
Would be nice to have the ability to deal with association classes. Right now they are brought in as real classes which is very annoying and makes the diagrams more complicated than they need to be. Maybe add an annotation to the class?
Submitted by Felix L J Mayer on July 30, 2011 - 21:34
Could you please give a concrete example for clarification? You can contact me as described here: http://www.objectaid.com/contact.
Submitted by Jens Westermann on February 11, 2011 - 13:24
I looked for a UML Tool with following featueres:
-Simple to handle.
-I only want to draw class diagramms. This must be easy to do and the diagrams should look nice.
-Reverse Engineering Capability
-should cost a maximum of 100 €, at best for free
The ObjectAid UML Explorer fulfills all these requierements perfectly. I found no other tool, which fulfill the requirements above
Submitted by Ed Gow on June 25, 2010 - 14:38
I've been using ObjectAid for about two years over three versions of Eclipse. It's a fantastic plugin that I wouldn't be without. It's extremely intuitive to use and very robust and reliable. If you want to make UML diagrams in Eclipse then try ObjectAid first.
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