Poseideon | UML | IDE
Poseideon is a Unified Modeling Language (UML) tool that allows users to design, visualize and document software systems. It is used for creating diagrams that represent the structure and behavior of a system, such as class diagrams, sequence diagrams, and activity diagrams.
Poseideon is based on the Eclipse platform, a popular open source integrated development environment (IDE). This allows integration with other Eclipse tools and plugins, such as version control systems like Git.
Poseideon supports the creation of UML 2.5 compliant diagrams, which means it can be used to design systems in a variety of domains, including business, software engineering, and systems engineering. Poseideon also supports code generation, reverse engineering and round-trip engineering, i.e. it can convert UML diagrams into code and vice versa.
Poseideon is a useful tool for software developers, analysts and architects who want to design and document complex software systems in a visual way. It can help teams communicate and collaborate more effectively when designing a system, and it can also serve as a starting point for implementing the system in code.
BITS experts have used Poseideon UML in a variety of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.