ProxyDesigner is a free PC-based UML software design tool that allows software developers to graphically create complex software designs, patterns, and architectures that can be shared with other developers on-line.
Version: 1.0.1ProxyDesigner is a free Windows-based UML software design tool. ProxyDesigner allows software developers to graphically create complex UML software designs, patterns, and architectures, and share those designs with other developers on-line. Completed or in-process designs may be published to the ProxySource community on the web, enabling users to share their designs and participate in discussions pertaining to those designs. Users may also browse an index of published designs and download those designs which may be of interest. Key benefits include: 1) Create graphical software designs using built-in catalogs of modeling language notations, patterns, and designs, 2)Create catalogs of custom symbols and notations, 3) Easy to use and learn user interface, 4) Extensive built-in formatting, alignment, and layout functions, 5) Full hard-copy print-outs of designs, 6) Publish designs to the ProxySource on-line discussion forum, and include those designs in on-line discussions, 7) Display an index of published designs available on the ProxySource forum, 8)Download published designs from the ProxySource forum, 9) Download additional catalogs to extend the types of modeling language notations, patterns, and designs available, and 10) Support for the UML (Unified Modeling Language).
Operating System: Windows
Users need to register on the author's web site at www.proxysource.com. Registration is free and only takes a few moments. A connection to the internet is required to register the product the first time you use it. After registration, the product can work normally with no internet connection, unless you wish to use the product to share and discuss designs on-line with other developers. ProxySource respects the privacy of our customers and does not upload designs or other any other information except when explicitly instructed to do so by the user.