UMLet: Open-source multi-platform UML tool
UMLet is a free, open-source UML modeling tool for developers that allows them to draw UML diagrams quickly and export them to many formats.
The program is released as an open-source under GPL-3.0 License.
- Easy to use interface
- Elements browser
- Custom elements
- Diagram zoom
- Multiple tab view
- Exports to: .eps, .pdf, .jpg, .png, .svg
- Export to clipboard
- Import from various formats
- Eclipse plugin
- VS Code extension
- Shortcuts support
UMLet is available for Windows, Linux, and macOS. You also can get it as an Eclipse plugin.
If you are VS Code user, you can also have UMLet as VS Code extension from its marketplace.
The web version is also available but under a different name: UMLetino. It works smoothly on all modern browsers
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