The UML2 activity diagram notation is an OMG standard, focusing on describing the business logic within a software system. More information can be found at the official website: http://www.uml.org.
Pins, nodes, regions, activity partitions, exception handler and more - it is all here. This stencil includes everything you need to create activity diagrams according to the UML 2.0 standard.
A collection of notation elements for creating UML 2 class, activity, use case, sequence, or component diagrams. It's a rather large stencil, but it contains most UML 2.1 elements. A tool converting Eclipse Java packages to UML class diagrams using this collection can be found on the linked website. Version history: 1.11 (Jun...more
This stencil is for drawing class diagrams using the UML color archetypes.
This stencil is used to easily create and adjust UML 2.1 combined fragments: Each operand box can be easily adjusted when its content changes, without the fuss of resizing and reconnecting the internal dotted lines. Basic adjustments can be made by simply resizing the whole table. To adjust an inner operand box, click/tap...more
just uml with color. Attempting to begin a more aesthetically pleasing UML stencil.
A very basic UML Use Case stencil that I've found useful. Has the basics of what you need to produce quick and simple UC diagrams.
This stencil is useful for those that just need the sequence diagram / interaction diagram symbols from the Unified Modelling Language (UML). Update v1.1 - Aligned inconsistent magnet connectors - Added 3 elements (self message, found message & lost message)
The default stencil of United Security Providers, Switzerland's largest IT security provider. Contains network symbols like switches, routers, gateways as well as servers and generic symbols. There are also symbols for USP products, like the USP Secure Gateways, USP Network Authentication System and USP Secure Entry Server.