What's new in MagicDraw 18.0 LTR (Long-Term Release)?

Release date: 2nd June 2014


Service Pack 2 (SP2) was released on 29th September 2014
Find out what's new in MagicDraw 18.0 LTR SP2


New Plugin for Model Based Requirements Management

Good news for business analysts and architects, software engineers, enterprise architects, systems engineers, and other users, who work with requirements! No Magic, Inc. presents a new plugin named Cameo Requirements Modeler, which provides full support for model-based requirements engineering. Learn more 001

Glossary

002 Avoid confusion – use Glossary! Define your terms in one place and later use them everywhere in your project. Reuse glossaries in other projects. Glossary saves time by ensuring consistent usage of terminology in the organization. It also improves the communication between team members since terms are understood in the same way and definitions become visible everywhere the terms are used.  Learn more

New Software Engineering Portal for Sharing Projects

Publish your project as interactive web portal and share it with stakeholders, including even those who are incapable of reading models in MagicDraw!

The published web portal eliminates less needed elements from the model tree and proposes the most relevant views of software engineering project, such as Glossary, Requirements, Architecture, and Implementation. So you can discover your project in user-friendly and easily browsable environment. Learn more
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New Approach for Calculating Metrics

003 Need to perform a comprehensive analysis of current state of your project or get only the numerical evaluation of some particular aspect of it? Must track the evolution of your model over the course of time? Expect to have all the information represented in a user-friendly environment? Try the new approach for calculating metrics! Learn more

Increased Modeling Efficiency

The recent enhancements for modeling efficiency, such as smarter path layout, tabbed browsing, shorthand of creating diagrams, unified UI for symbols manipulation, and scope selection in tables, saves time, which allows focusing on what to model, but not how to model and keep the result well-formed. Learn more 004

Extended Script Languages Support

005 Custom validation rules, derived properties, queries for smart packages, metric definitions, criteria for dependency matrices, and so forth can now be defined  in any of the following languages: JavaScript, Jython, JRuby, Groovy, and BeanShell. Learn more

Instance Tables

Need to handle a huge amount of instance specifications? Feel annoyed about editing their slot values one by one in the limited-size cells of the Specification window? Try instance tables! Learn more 006

UML 2.5 Support

007 As a honored member of OMG, we are proud to state that MagicDraw is a pioneer in support of the latest major UML standard. Learn more

Other News

Document Modeling Plugin (Technology Preview)
Discontinued Compatibilities and Dropped Integrations – Important for OS X users
Miscellaneous
File Format Changes
Open API Changes
Fixed Issues

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