UML and OCL Archive

Leon Starr’s Executable UML and Action Language blog

Leon Starr's tips on open source model driven software development, Executable UML and a better action language.

New contributions to the OCL repository

Check the new models and OCL expressions added to the public OCL repository in GitHub

EMF-REST : now with data validation, security and full RESTful support

With EMF REST, web developers can quickly get a RESTful API from their models with validation and security support + a client JavaScript library to interact with the API.

fUML tool available on GitHub

An open source implementation of the OMG Foundational Semantics for Executable UML models (fUML) specification available on GitHub

Emacs for modeling a UML sequence diagram

Did you know you can write textual UML models with Emacs (and generate the corresponding diagrams automatically)? Check this Emacs mode for sequence diagrams

UML notation visualizer

Easy way to browse and visualize the UML notation specification

Papers from the OCL workshop 2014 freely available

Read the latest proposals to improve the Object Constraint Language presented at the OCL workshop 2014

xtUML – eXecutable Translatable UML Open Source Editor

xtUML is a new open source solution for executable UML based on the well-known BridgePoint tool. Beyond a model editor, it includes several model compilers

UML and state diagrams help to solve crimes (at least on Numb3rs)

Maybe developers do not (all) use UML but it looks like screenwriters do. Check the video!

Highlights of an interview to Grady Booch

Read what Grady Booch (creator of the UML) has to say about modeling, MDD and software development in general