Code Generation from UML Sequence Diagrams in UModel v2012r2
Altova® announced the availability of version 2012 Release 2 (2012r2) of the Altova MissionKit®, its integrated suite of XML, database, and UML tools, and complete product line. This latest release includes support working with EPUB files in XMLSpy, sorting of data mapping results in MapForce®, generation of code from UML sequence diagrams in UModel®, RichEdit functionality in StyleVision® and Authentic®, and much more.
“We are excited to launch this release, which incorporates an array of the new features most often requested by our customers,” said Alexander Falk, President and CEO for Altova. “We are always looking to incorporate the functionality that our users need to be more productive with the ever-changing standards landscape and shifting demands of this industry. As the public response to Apple’s recent launch of the iBooks® Author program shows, there is an ever-growing demand for electronic publishing in this world. We at Altova are supporting open publishing standards, such as EPUB, and are happy to be including this functionality in XMLSpy with the 2012r2 release of the MissionKit.”
In conjunction with the 2012r2 release and in keeping with responding to customer requests, Altova is launching a new XSLT Technical Training course as part of its Altova Online Training curriculum. For a complete list of new features, please visit the What’s New page on the Altova Web site.
New features available in the Altova MissionKit 2012 Release 2 for UModel 2012 include:
* Code generation from UML sequence diagrams – UModel v2012r2 extends supported sequence diagram generation functionality by allowing developers to generate program code from sequence diagrams for methods that describe class operations.
* Support for logical files in IBM iSeries databases.
Altova® is the creator of XMLSpy® and other leading XML, database, and UML tools. A key player in the software tools industry and the leader in XML development tools, Altova is the choice of over 3.5 million clients worldwide, including 91 percent of the Fortune 500. An innovative, customer-focused company, Altova offers a product line that fulfills a broad spectrum of business needs for development teams in the world’s largest organizations to growing one-person shops. An active member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and Object Management Group (OMG), Altova is committed to delivering standards-based, platform-independent solutions that are powerful, affordable, and easy-to-use. Founded in 1992, Altova is headquartered in Beverly, Massachusetts and Vienna, Austria. Visit Altova on the Web at http://www.altova.com.