Cubetto: The Swiss army knife of Process Modeling

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  1. johannesb, Nov 12, 2012
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    Cubetto is the Swiss army knife of business process modeling on iPad and iPhone. Using full-auto layout and the specially designed Process-Flow-Wizard, you can model in some of the most renowned modeling languages.

    The Process-Flow-Wizard guides you step by step through the modeling process and offers you an easy way to create a model in a quick manner. The auto-layout takes care of the diagram's layout and you can focus on the contents of your model. The set of selectable languages is big and reaches from BPMN 2.0 to Event-driven Process Chains (EPC) to Flowcharts. Furthermore, will all new languages be added free of charge to Cubetto whereas its sister apps, like Cubetto BPMN, will feature new languages as In-App purchases.

    Cubetto works on all iPads and iPhones from 3GS upwards. It even has full support for the large 4 inch iPhone 5 screen.

    You can get more information as well as screenshots, videos and the App Store link on our website cubetto.semture.de/en/cubetto-ios

    If you have any more questions regarding Cubetto please feel free to ask.
     
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    This month we are running a contest on Facebook!

    Participate by submitting a flowchart of a topic of your liking. Everybody (you friends as well, if you tell them) can vote and the winner will get a brand new iPad mini.
    Get more information on your website http://www.semture.de/contest or directly on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/SemtureGmbH
     
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    A new version of Cubetto has been released. It contains, next to many bug fixes, a new UML method with Use Case, Class and Activity diagrams. This new typing is, of course, free of charge for all Cubetto users. Furthermore, we added an automatic reporter after the app crashed – which hopeful doesn't happen that often.

    So check out the new version and feel free to send us your feedback.
     
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    Cubetto Birthday Release

    Cubetto celebrated its first birthday on May 25th, 2013. Because of that special occasion we made a completely new mindmap version. For every element you can select from lots of shapes, icons and colors. Furthermore, we created a layout which is much clearer than the old version. And last but not least: Cubetto works much better with large diagrams.

    Johannes
     
  5. johannesb, Jul 17, 2013
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    The latest version 3.3.4 of Cubetto can now export CubettoXML files of BPMN projects to import them into our desktop modeling application Cubetto Toolset. Furthermore, the folders and presentations in the popover are now sorted alphabetically. And of course there are a few bug fixes and improvements.

    If you already have Cubetto Toolset please be aware that you need the latest version of Cubetto Toolset (v1.8.1) to import the BPMN CubettoXML file. Otherwise the import will fail.

    Cubetto Toolset can be downloaded on our website http://cubetto.semture.de/en/cubetto-toolset
     
  6. johannesb, Aug 30, 2013
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    Cubetto in its latest version v3.5.5 can exchange UML projects with Cubetto Toolset, too. Like with the previous project types, you only have to export the CubettoXML file from you iPad or iPhone and import it into Cubetto Toolset (v1.8.2). In the Toolset you can move elements around and even export it back for further use on the iPad.

    Cubetto Toolset can be downloaded on our website http://cubetto.semture.de/en/cubetto-toolset and you can read about the import in this blog post http://www.semture.de/en/news-en/572-more-exchange-possibilites-for-cubetto-mobile

    Please let me know what you think!
     

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