Flash Demo: 2-way UML Modelling

I'm on the road preparing a presentation and I thought I could share this short demo with everyone... I don't have a mic here, so this time it's quiet. Discover the UML modelling in NetBeans Enterprise Pack in less than 4 minutes:

2-way UML Modeller in Enterprise Pack 5.5 Beta

Truly excellent demo and truly excellent Netbeans! Great job Roumen! You dont mind if send your demo links to a few of my skeptical friends do you?

Posted by Surya on červen 05, 2006 at 09:39 dop. CEST #

Send it to anyone... that's why I'm doing these demos, so that people can see what is possible with NetBeans :)

Posted by Roumen on červen 05, 2006 at 09:43 dop. CEST #

Hey Roumen, you rock, man. I like your demos. It is both - informative enough and funny. Keep the demos coming...

Posted by Lukas on červen 06, 2006 at 03:48 dop. CEST #

I liked your demo. Short, easy and pretty looking.
I would like to suggest a small Enhancement :).
It might be handy to open source for uml element using 'Navigate To Source' instead of finding it in java project.

Posted by Andrew Korostelev on červen 06, 2006 at 03:52 dop. CEST #

Lukas, what's funny about this demo? :) Andrew, yes, that would be a better way.

Posted by Roumen on červen 06, 2006 at 07:25 dop. CEST #

All for free! Sweet! After just completing a reasonably large project with seperate UML / IDE I can see the value in this!

Posted by Rhys Campbell on červen 06, 2006 at 05:51 odp. CEST #

I can't seem to be able to view your demo using Firefox on Linux. Am I the only one?

Posted by Stephen on červen 06, 2006 at 09:58 odp. CEST #

I can't seem to be able to view your demo using Firefox on Linux. Am I the only one?

Posted by Stephen on červen 06, 2006 at 10:01 odp. CEST #

This UML facility drives me crazy. Apart from JDeveloper there is no real competition in the free or Free world however it is just too buggy.

I am evaluating it since "Java Studio Enterprise 6.0", then "7.0", then "8.0" and now "Netbeans Enterprise Pack EA". It just DOES NOT WORK beyond such small simple demo. The round-trip engineering fails severly when using Java generics or other J2SE 5.0 features, you often end with your source code being lost. I is even not a sun product - bought from Embarcadero.

I would be willing to submit bugs. It needs few years of open community based developement.

Posted by Vitek on červen 07, 2006 at 07:31 dop. CEST #

You're not the only one Stephen. Roumen, thanks for this great live demo in Poland :)

Posted by Pawel Nadolski on červen 07, 2006 at 04:09 odp. CEST #

Pawel, you're welcome. I'll try to reexport the flash, maybe it requires version 8... I don't know. Vitek, please file bugs! I am sure they can be fixed earlier than in few years :)

Posted by Roumen on červen 07, 2006 at 07:07 odp. CEST #

Hmm I can't find an option in Camtasia to set the flash version... I wonder if it's the reason why it can't be played on some players. Stephen or Pawel, do you get any error?

Posted by Roumen on červen 08, 2006 at 09:50 dop. CEST #

Yes, that's a nice little demo ;-) You can also name the classes or objects from the diagram without going to the project window to say rename. Just start typing after you drop the object on the diagram. Vitek, please do file bugs that you see and I'm sure the dev team will address them or they don't know about.

Posted by Peter on červen 08, 2006 at 10:52 dop. CEST #

I can play the demo on Linux if I access the flash file directly: http://roumen.name/blog/uml_demo/uml_demo.swf

If I just click on the image link, I get the demo to load, but does not play. I am using the most recent flash plugin I can find for Linux: Shockwave Flash 7.0 r63.

Checking the webpage source, this version is supported by the linux flash plugin, so it seems it is just the surounding html that is causing the problem.

I have tested this on Ubuntu Linux 6.06 and Red Hat Enterprise 4, with exactly the same results.

I take it that there is no sound to this demo, as there was no sound when I played it through Firefox / IE on Windows 2000.

Posted by Johnny on červen 09, 2006 at 04:10 dop. CEST #

aguardo mais informações e novidades sobre netbeans.

Posted by Gleydson on červen 09, 2006 at 02:09 odp. CEST #

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