Create diagrams for Windows PC in order to analyze the data flow
|Latest Version||Visual Paradigm Community Edition 16.3|
Windows 7 64 / Windows 8 64 / Windows 10 64
|Updated||April 20, 2021|
Different projects might require specific combinations of agile tools, various situations, or the nature of the problem. An agile development environment should also include a rich toolset for developers to flexibly adapt them to their own choices. The tool consists of a large set of agile tools to fulfill the needs of the entire software development process for your team. A selected group of major agile tools in Visual Paradigm are listed as following: UX Modeling and Wireframe, Visual Modeling and Diagramming, Report Designer and Deliverable Generation, Database Modeling, Code Engineering, and IDE Integration, Change Management and Teamwork.
Features and Highlights
Walkthrough PM Lifecycle with Process Guide-Through and Just-in-Time Process. Traditional ITSM and PMBOK®-like templates are provided.
Enterprise Architecture with TOGAF® ADM. Compose ADM Deliverables. A model with ArchiMate & Zachman. Business planning with BMM Guide-Through.
Design software with UML, SysML, ERD, DFD, and SoaML. Take advantage of the award-winning diagram editor. Create visual blueprints quickly and effortlessly.
Visualize business processes with BPMN and business cases with CMMN. Perform As-is and To-be Process Transition. Keep business terminologies in a Glossary.
Perform a UX design. Draw screen mock-up with Wireframes, and present screen flow with Storyboard.
Manage software development activities with Story Map, Affinity Estimation, User Story, and multiple sprints. Ensure user experience with storyboard and wireframes.
Design and generate a database with ERD. Reverse engineer database design from a physical database, and patch changes.
UML to Code, Code to UML. Perform code generation and reversal. Over 10 languages are supported. You can also generate code for ORM and REST API.
Work collaboratively and concurrently. Keep revisions in the cloud, or in a self-hosted server. Enjoy task management, design publishing and communication, and more.
Note: Requires Eclipse SDK and NetBeans IDE.