UML Online Examples

Browse interesting UML diagram examples made by the GenMyModel community. All the public following examples can be forked and adapted to your needs.

You can select any of those examples to bootstrap your UML online project quickly with no installation or delay. Once forked, add collaborators to work in real time on your diagrams directly right in the browser.

Seminar-state-machine

This UML State Machine describe the lifecycle of a Seminar.

Library-Management-System

Use case describing a the different case that can happen in a Library Management System.

machine-model

This model of a computer demonstrate the use of the following design patterns: - composite pattern - adapter pattern - proxy pattern - facade pattern - decorator pattern

SequenceDiagramExample

A really simple example of sequence diagram, with just two method calls

Adapter

According to Freeman in "Head first design patterns", the Adapter pattern is a design pattern that translates one interface for a class into a compatible interface. An adaptor allows classes to work together that normally could not because of incompatible interfaces. The adapter provides its interface to clients while using the original interface. In this class model illustrating the pattern, the Client cannot directly access to Adaptee.methodB(). It uses the adaptor by calling methodA() and the adaptor translates it by calling methodB().

social-network

This project shows a basic skeleton for a social oriented application

Sivex

A use case diagram with the basic structure of a package management company.

Bridge

The Bridge pattern allows to vary both the implementation and the abstraction by placing both in separate class hierarchies. Abstraction defines the abstract interface and maintains the Implementor reference. RefinedAbstraction extends the interface defined by Abstraction. Implementor defines the interface for implementation classes. ConcreteImplementor implements the Implementor interface According to "Design Patterns" by Helm and Johnson, the use of the bridge pattern means to "decouple an abstraction from its implementation so that the two can vary independently".

UML Public Examples by the GenMyModel Community