Visual Paradigm 包含設計共用、線框圖和資料庫設計新型企業專案設計工具
Visual Paradigm 最大的里程碑就是將之前針對工程師從事業務分析、系統分析和程序管理的三大產品系列：Visual Paradigm for UML, Logizian和Agilian，結合成為單一的產品：Visual Paradigm。而現在您則只需要一套Visual Paradigm就可以利用UML設計軟體、用BPMN來分析商務過程或是透過ERD來設計資料庫。
Visual Paradigm 將模組建立與分析的能力結合成為單一的模組建構環境，再加上雲端、合作與團隊組織的特性，全球各行各業的客戶都可以透過相同的工具隨時隨地不受干擾的設計、討論、管理或分享軟體藍圖。
UML & SysML
Design quality software with proven modeling languages like UML, SysML, SoaML, etc
Describe high level user requirements.
User Story Scenario
Describe system interaction with user story scenario.
Illustrate user experience with quick and cost-effective wireframe tools. Associate wireframes with flow of events to demonstrate wireframe flow.
Create, prioritize and manage system requirements in Requirement List.
Work as a team, enjoy collaborative and concurrent modeling experience with Teamwork Server/VPository.com.
Java and C++ round-trip engineering in seconds
Keep a list of project-related keywords. Define them, label them and add aliases if necessary.
Professional system specifications in MSWord, PDF and HTML format.
RACI & CRUD Chart
Simple, neat chart tools, best for the representation of responsibilities assignments.
Avoid unexpected consequences, inspect your model with matrix and analysis diagram before critical change
Draw ERD to visualize the physical structure of any relational database, regardless of its complexity.
Visual Paradigm 14.0 新版特色
- Project planning with Implementation Plan diagram
- Maturity assessment with Maturity Analysis model
- Project scheduling with PERT Chart
- Documentation Cabinet
- Add semantic to your design using color legend
- Business Concept Diagram
- Keep yourself monitored with user stories changes
- Revamped Teamwork Server/VPository administrator user interface
- SAML authentication through Okta
- SAML authentication through Microsoft Azure
- Project reference - Reference to specific revision of project
- Manage tasks directly under user stories
- Supported directory view in matrix
- High DPI support
- Business concept diagram
- Business rule management
- Decision table
- Fact diagram
Write user stories to capture the ever changing requirements
In modern software development, requirements capturing is not something you can finish at the outset of a project. Instead, new requirements constantly emerge while previously suggested requirements can change throughout the project. To meet the ever changing expectations, we need a way that can facilitate the continuous capturing and management of users' requirements. User stories is one of the approaches that has been widely adopted by many agile projects.
Written by users (or customer team), user stories describe functionality that are needed by and valuable to users. As an integral part of many agile development processes, user stories offers a quick way in recording users’ requirements without the need to write any detailed requirement documents, or to have any prior consideration of system behaviors.
In Visual Paradigm 11.2, we have introduced a set of features that aids agile development teams to use user stories for requirements capturing and project management. One of them is a user stories editor that allows you to represent user stories as cards as well as to detail the conversation and confirmation items – The Three C.
Write "general" user stories
Write down each of the user-valued functionality as a story card. Keep the card(s) as a reminder of conversation and as part of the project plan. Visual Paradigm 11.2 features a handy user stories editor which allows you to write user stories effectively.
Use case - the "wallet" of user stories
Get a full picture of a system by organizing user goals with use cases. Organizing user stories within use case ensures that the stories are goal-driven and are within the system scope. You can also track the progress of supporting a use case by reviewing the status of containing user stories.
Manage user stories in sprint basis
Discuss user stories with customer team and then plan out the next sprint(s). Customer team and development team work collaboratively to select the user stories to be included in the sprint with a reasonable sprint duration. You can also assign team members to design, implement and test the user stories.
Prioritize user stories
Prioritize user stories to maximize the value delivered to other users. Stories can be prioritized based on their costs and business values. In Visual Paradigm, you can easily prioritize story cards with drag-and-drop features.
Identify use cases from use case statements
Use case statements is a technique that helps identifying actors and use cases. The user voice form of use case expression begins with , which provides a user-oriented approach to identifying the business objective (i.e. use case) and business value.
Align shapes perfectly with the new alignment guide
When dragging shapes, alignment guide lines appear so you can position shapes in alignment with others.
Duplicate tasks in Tasifier
You can now use the duplicate feature to quickly create new task(s) from an existing one to save time in creating similar tasks again and again.
Specify working days and holidays in Tasifier
Tasifier now takes working days and holidays into account. The date picker is re-developed to indicate those working days and holidays. We also skipped those working days and holidays in the calculation of task duration. All these ensure tasks to be planned and carried out on schedule.
Report team members’ workload
Measure the workload and capability of your team by producing a report that lists out the not-yet-performed, executing and completed task(s) of each team member. With this report, you can distribute new task(s) or re-assign task(s) to them based on their individual workload and capability, making the team more efficient and productive.
Filtering in decision table
You can now set filters down the conditions and actions columns to help you to find the rule(s) that match(es) with certain condition(s) and/or action(s).
- Intel Pentium 4 at 2.0 GHz or higher
- Minimum 2.0 GB RAM, but 4.0 GB is recommended.
- Minimum 4GB disk space (NOT include project space).
- Microsoft Windows (XP/Vista/7/8,10), Microsoft Windows Server (2000/2003/2008/2012), Linux, Mac OS X 10.7.3 or above
IDE requirements (for IDE integration)
- Eclipse 3.5 or above
- IntelliJ IDEA 11.0 or above
- Android Studio 1.3 or above
- NetBeans 6.7 or above
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015