You can also try https://yuml.me/ to draw UML diagrams via markdown. For example something like this:
![Example UML](https://yuml.me/diagram/scruffy/class/[Customer]->[Billing Address])
will render into:
You can edit this example at https://yuml.me/diagram/scruffy/class/edit/[Customer]->[Billing Address]
Just thought I'd add a note to bump this suggestion. It would be quite useful to be able to track UML changes in a the ARCHITECTURE.md file increasing transparency and community collaboration on open source software architecture.
I agree, should be a good additional feature. Gitlab has it integrated as well and I must say it works effectivly
I'd love to see this supported.
Be it using PlantUML or yUML or something else https://modeling-languages.com/text-uml-tools-complete-list/
doesn't matter much (yet). As long as it works :)
I am also interrested in using such integration to document specifications stored in a GitHub Repository and potentially publish it to a github.io web site.
I would also like to see this added. Especially since we just moved from Gitlab to Github and Gitlab does not provide PlantUML integration on gitlab.com out of the box.
While github developers track this feature implementation ticket internally, can somebody from dev team please share progress and ETA?
I would love to see this as well. We currently store separate .wsd files and convert them to .png using PlantUML so that we can embed them in markdown. This works, but having them rendered directly by GitHub would be great.