yUML is a diagramming organizational chart software that enables users to create United Modeling Language (UML) visual tools for any purpose. It offers solutions for creating diagrams without utilizing any drawing tools. In this article, we cover yUML reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Get a free account.
The yUML pricing details cover a free plan ($0) and a paid Sweet Plan (£4.70 or approx. $6.08 per month*). The main differences between the plans are the numbers of permalinks and history diagrams. According to its website, the company will be introducing a Pro plan soon.
*Conversions to U.S. dollars are based on the current exchange rate when this article was written (May 14, 2019).
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Summary of yUML Reviews
As of the date this article was written (May 14, 2015), there are no yUML reviews online. If you are a past or current yUML customer, leave a review to help others who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Check out the list below of some of yUML’s features:
- Draw UML diagrams
- History diagrams
- Permalink diagrams
- SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) security
- Writing code using GET or PUT prompts
- And more
What does yUML’s free plan include?
The free plan includes the ability to create your own namespace, permalink up to five diagrams, 100 history diagrams, diagram organization tools, and access to SSL security.
What types of diagrams does yUML support?
yUML supports “class” and “use case” diagrams. UML diagrams are typically used by software developers, business analysts, and schools as part of software and IT courses.
Here is a list of some of yUML’s popular integrations:
- JSchnizzel Desktop Tool