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plantuml-stdlib

Contains official Standard Library for PlantUML See http://plantuml.com/stdlib for more information.

This Standard Library is included in official release of PlantUML. Following the C convention for "C standard library" (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_standard_library )

AWS library

The AWS library consists of Amazon AWS icons, it provides icons of two different sizes.

Use it by including the file that contains the sprite, eg: !include <aws/Storage/AmazonS3/AmazonS3>. When imported, you can use the sprite as normally you would, using <$sprite_name>.

You may also include the common.puml file, eg: !include <aws/common>, which contains helper macros defined. With the common.puml imported, you can use the NAME_OF_SPRITE(parameters...) macro.

Example of usage:

@startuml
!include <aws/common>
!include <aws/Storage/AmazonS3/AmazonS3>
!include <aws/Storage/AmazonS3/bucket/bucket>

AMAZONS3(s3_internal)
AMAZONS3(s3_partner,"Vendor's S3")
s3_internal <- s3_partner
@enduml

This example renders the following image:

Example

Tupadr3 library

This library contains several libraries of icons (including Devicons and Font Awesome )

Use it by including the file that contains the sprite, eg: !include <tupadr3/font-awesome/align_center>. When imported, you can use the sprite as normally you would, using <$sprite_name>.

You may also include the common.puml file, eg: !include <tupadr3/common>, which contains helper macros defined. With the common.puml imported, you can use the NAME_OF_SPRITE(parameters...) macro.

Example of usage:

@startuml
!include <tupadr3/common>
!include <tupadr3/font-awesome/server>
!include <tupadr3/font-awesome/database>

title Styling example

FA_SERVER(web1,web1) #Green
FA_SERVER(web2,web2) #Yellow
FA_SERVER(web3,web3) #Blue
FA_SERVER(web4,web4) #YellowGreen

FA_DATABASE(db1,LIVE,database,white) #RoyalBlue
FA_DATABASE(db2,SPARE,database) #Red

db1 <--> db2

web1 <--> db1
web2 <--> db1
web3 <--> db1
web4 <--> db1
@enduml

This example renders the following image: Example

Google Material Icons

This library consists of a free Material style icons from Google and other artists.

Use it by including the file that contains the sprite, eg: !include <material/ma_folder_move>. When imported, you can use the sprite as normally you would, using <$ma_sprite_name>. Notice that this library requires an ma_ preffix on sprites names, this is to avoid clash of names if multiple sprites have the same name on different libraries.

You may also include the common.puml file, eg: !include <material/common>, which contains helper macros defined. With the common.puml imported, you can use the MA_NAME_OF_SPRITE(parameters...) macro, note again the use of the prefix MA_.

Example of usage:

@startuml
!include <material/common>
' To import the sprite file you DON'T need to place a prefix!
!include <material/folder_move>

MA_FOLDER_MOVE(Red, 1, dir, rectangle, "A label")
@enduml

This example renders the following image: Example

Notes

When mixing sprites macros with other elements you may get a syntax error if, for example, trying to add a rectangle along with classes. In those cases, add { and } after the macro to create the empty rectangle.

Example of usage:

@startuml
!include <material/common>
' To import the sprite file you DON'T need to place a prefix!
!include <material/folder_move>

MA_FOLDER_MOVE(Red, 1, dir, rectangle, "A label") {
}

class foo {
    bar
}
@enduml

This example renders the following image: Example

Sources

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