Gridraw is a new feeling UML drawing tool based on the cell system. Diagrams are editable in a similar way to spreadsheet programs. For programmers, easy to operate, like using a text editor. All functions are available for free now.
Description: Gridraw is a new feeling UML drawing tool based on the cell system.
Gridraw uses to draw UML diagrams by incorporating features of spreadsheets, drawing tools, and a text editor.
Diagrams are editable in a similar way to spreadsheet programs. No more difficulties trying to select a particular diagram in a set of overlapping diagrams. The cursor moves on a cell by cell basis and all diagram components are allocated accordingly.
And no more breakdown of your layout. Now possible to change the diagram halfway through without losing the shape of the entire layout. Diagram-editable with overall view in real time.
For programmers, easy to operate, like using a text editor. Operable with Vim-like key bindings. Not necessary to move your mouse to allocate, select or connect diagram components.
Naturally, can be used comfortably with a mouse. Thanks to the cell system diagrams are editable due to logical configuration of the layout similar to spreadsheet programs.
Operable in native mode under the Windows and Linux environment. High-speed processing to provide a comfortable editing environment. And Gridraw applies a simple structure which draws just one type of diagram for each application.
Diagram is printable in PNG format.
We have been testing Gridraw beta version for class diagram creation. All functions are available for free.
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