Modelio is an open source modeling environment. Based on a 20-year track record of high end commercial products, Modelio delivers a broad-focused range of standards-based functionalities for software developers, analysts, designers, business architects and system architects. It completely supports UML2 and BPMN2, and provides extensions (modules) for SysML modeling, TOGAF modeling, Java (code generation, roundtrip & reverse), and many other targets. Companies and individuals can develop both open source and proprietary add-ons giving users the maximum choice on how to expand on Modelio’s open foundations.
The goal of the project is to build a platform-independent UML modeling library for text-to-diagram translation. The domain-specific scripting language used by the core library is designed for simplicity of diagram sketching.
nAML (.NET Application Modeling Language, pronounced as “namel”) is a visual modeling semantics to model .net applications with wide range of specific details. It contains extremely powerful visual notations and semantics to illustrate complex application components, processes and operations easily.
Napkins Requirements Editor will allow you to enter adjusted and unadjusted function points which will help you estimate how long it will take to complete the application. The user will also be able to enter a Software Requirements Specification which follows the IEEE-830-1998 standardized format. While entering functional requirements additional information can be inputted that will estimate how long the application will take to develop. Comparison between DeMarcos Model estimation and your own estimation for each requirement can be analyzed. The Software Requirement Specification can be printed out via pdf format which can then be reviewed. Comments from reviewers can then be inputted with resolution to each problem.
OneDesk includes social media monitoring, customer feedback & idea management, customer service, help desk, case management, requirements management, project management, release management and product roadmapping.
Requirements management tool designed to achieve full SDLC traceability for features, requirements, design, implementation and testing. UI for requirements derivation, version control, common or custom attributes - rationale, source, risk, effort etc
The Organization Modelling Environment (OME) is a general, goal-oriented and/or agent-oriented modeling and analysis tool. It provides users with a graphical interface to develop models, and supports access to a powerful knowledge base that allows for sophisticated computer-aided analysis. This tool is intended to provide software developers with a clear link between the requirements, specification and architectural design phases of development.
Overture is a community-based project developing the next generation of open-source tools to support modelling and analysis in the design of computer-based systems. Overture supports VDM: The Vienna Development Method, a set of modelling techniques with a long and successful history of industrial application and research. Overture is an integrated development environment (IDE) for developing VDM models. The Overture tools are written entirely in Java and build on top of the Eclipse platform.
PhotoProto is a software tool that turns static Adobe Photoshop graphics into interactive prototypes with a few mouse clicks. With PhotoProto, users can name and arrange the layers of their Photoshop file, export all those carefully crafted images and reference them in a file that the PhotoProto player displays. Users then simply name and arrange the graphics layers and PhotoProto automatically assigns the appropriate behavior. Name a layer “button” and the images can be pressed like a button in the player. Name a set of screens, and a multi-view application comes alive.