JetUML is a free, lightweight desktop app for building and editing UML diagrams.
JetUML is built with Java which comes also in a small .jar package.
It features a clean interface, a seamless responsive integration with all desktops as Linux, Windows, and macOS.
With JetUML, you can select which diagram to build:
- Class diagram
- Sequence diagram
- State diagram
- Object diagram
- Use Case diagram
JetUML allows exporting to JSON and many image file formats.
JetUML is released under GNU General Public License v3.
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