UML Shapes and an AWS Shape Library | Lucidchart Blog
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Now that the summer months have passed, we know that work is at full speed and school is back in session...which means our customers are diagramming more than ever. To make things even better in Lucidchart, we are excited to announce several major enhancements as a result of your consistent feedback. Read on to learn more about the expanded UML shape library, as well as the arrival of AWS icons for architecture diagrams.

More UML shapes

UML has quickly become one of the most popular diagram types in Lucidchart so we wanted to add a more diverse set of UML shapes. We have nearly doubled the number of UML shapes available in Lucidchart since we first introduced our UML tool, making it easier than ever to create:

Log in now to see all our UML shapes. Did we miss something? Let us know what you think.

 

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Simple Icons

In the last several years, Amazon Web Services has become a dominant cloud computing platform. It hosts hundreds of thousands of websites and web applications, including Lucidchart. To help you accurately diagram your AWS architecture, Lucidchart now supports the official AWS Simple Icons. This shape library includes icons for various AWS products and resources that will make it easy to build great AWS architecture diagrams. Log in now to see the AWS shapes.

 

As always, we look forward to hearing from you if you have any questions, suggestions or feedback. Thanks for using Lucidchart.