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On this page you will find the latest version of LemonTree, as well as numerous and freely available tutorials to help you get started in the world of LemonTree.
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In the course of the increasingly agile orientation in software development, our customers ask us
again and again whether modelling and agility go well together. Our opinion on this is quite clear
and has also been proven in various studies: Only with properly applied modelling can agile processes be implemented at all in the face of increasing complexity, if you also want to document all regulations and requirements in a comprehensible way. As an example, we want to deal in this text with „Continuous Integration“, which has been state of the art in classical software development for some time. The aim is to continuously compile, test and merge the software product to be developed. In addition, the status of the development is published regularly: internally a stable development status, externally an official release of the software.
When LieberLieber launched its product LemonTree four and a half years ago, its success story was not yet foreseeable. However, as the trends in software and system development continued to intensify, LemonTree 3.0 now opens up completely new possibilities for product line development, use in the supply chain and team-based modelling.
Software Configuration Management makes changes in the development of complex
systems controllable and traceable. In the course of time some methods were developed.
With the aim of modernising its business and IT landscape, NATO is relying on the recently introduced NAFv4 framework. The german Bundeswehr and the Swiss Army have chosen Enterprise Architect (Sparx Systems) as their standard modelling tool to use this framework with the UAF Metamodel.
Videos and Webinars
Webinar: Lowcode with Enterprise Architect Codebot and LemonTree Lifecycle Management in MBSE – Reusing Model Assets in Agile Model-based Systems Engineering (DE)
Lemontree 3.0 Fresh Model Versioning
Webinar: Configuration Management in MBSE LemonTree Feature Spotlight: Revision Graph in Git with Enterprise Architect Models
Webinar: Modeling based on Feature Branches
While LemonTree is usable with any Enterprise Architect Model stored almost anywhere, using the Git Features provided by the LemonTree EA Addin requires the opened model to be added to a Git Repository.
Read more about: Setting up a Git Repository
Certification Kit for ISO 26262
The LieberLieber ISO 26262 Certification Kit makes certification much easier for companies. For the tool
environment and the restrictions, use cases and error scenarios considered in this document, LemonTree achieves
a “tool confidence level” TCL of 1 and can be used up to ASIL D without further tool qualification steps.
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