UML Lab Modeling IDE

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UML Lab

Download and install options

UML Lab is part of your IDE. You can either install UML Lab together with the Eclipse IDE or – if you have the Eclipse IDE already installed – install UML Lab as a plug-in to your local Eclipse installation.

Install UML Lab Modeling IDE

This installs UML Lab together with the Eclipse IDE for Java Developers package. Any previous Eclipse installations will not be modified. This is recommended for the UML Lab trial and avoids conflicts with other Eclipse plug-ins.

Install now

The most convenient way to download and install UML Lab is by using the Yatta Launcher.

The Launcher works as a lightweight online installer and Eclipse packaging and provisioning tool. It helps you to install UML Lab and a prepacked Eclipse IDE for Java developers with just a few clicks.

Start the Launcher download and enjoy!


Install later

If you prefer to download UML Lab now and install it later (on this machine or another one), grab the UML Lab offline installer.

We provide offline installation for Windows, MacOS and Linux (64-bit version). Make sure you download the correct offline installer for your target platform.


Install UML Lab plug-in

Here are three different ways to install UML Lab as a plug-in to your local Eclipse IDE installation.

Eclipse Marketplace Client

  • Start your Eclipse IDE (the one you want to install UML Lab on).
  • Find UML Lab in the Eclipse Marketplace Client. Open the Marketplace inside the IDE by clicking Help ➔ Eclipse Marketplace …
  • Click Install for the first search result named UML Lab Modeling IDE.
  • Follow the instructions provided to install the plug-in.

Eclipse Update Site

  • Start your Eclipse IDE.
  • Inside the Eclipse IDE select Help ➔ Install New Software …
  • Add the update site with the URL below to the Eclipse Update Manager.
  • Select the UML Lab bundle
    entry and choose the UML Lab Modeling IDE item.
    Then click Next.
  • Follow the instructions provided to install the plug-in.

Drag & Drop into Eclipse IDE

  • Start your Eclipse IDE.
  • Drag and drop the button below into your Eclipse workspace.
  • Follow the instructions provided to install the plug-in.