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SequenceDiagram.org is an online tool / software for creating UML sequence diagrams. Founded in 2014 with the purpose to improve the efficiency when creating and working with sequence diagrams by combining text notation scripting and drawing by clicking and dragging in the same model.
All parsing, processing, and drawing is done client side. The benefit of this is that SequenceDiagram.org is fast and convenient to work with; it also doesn’t transfer your diagram data over the Internet like many other sequence diagram tools on the market. This also means that it is possible to work with the tool offline.
The tool is developed, maintained, and used by people who create a lot of sequence diagrams in their daily work. If you have any question / comments / suggestions / bugs please contact email@example.com. The more feedback we get the better we can prioritize.
No license is imposed by SequenceDiagram.org on the generated output. However, like with all images containing text, the fonts used might. The default font used in diagrams is the default sans-serif font selected by your browser. You can specify a different font using the fontfamily keyword, see help for more information. See LICENSE for details.
Zoom to a chosen level in the editor and Print to PDF from your browser. The print css makes sure to only show the diagram on the page.
Yes, clicking the help menu and selecting "Instructions" will show examples of all possible diagram elements. A copy icon is available for copying the text notation.
No, the codebase is currently not available under any open source license
Yes, by donating 400$ you are licensed to run the SequenceDiagram.org tool and its REST-like API inside your company's network
(enterprise license). You are also eligible to receive any new published versions of the software for the duration of 1 year from the donation date
by request. Your donation is highly appreciated and allows us to keep SequenceDiagram.org online and free for everyone to use.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.
The software is delivered in three formats: