For those of you out there that are involved in software development, have you ever thought about using draw.io diagrams to help you visualize your final product? In order to better document and work through the process of optimizing an app for Linchpin Intranet in Confluence, the Linchpin team used draw.io diagrams to help [...]
Like most of our customers you probably will create diagrams using draw.io within Confluence. Once in a while you may still have to export those diagrams for various reasons including... ...sharing your diagrams with a third party that doesn't have access to Confluence. ...embedding your infographics into an external system. There are many [...]
2019 is coming to a close and it's time to slow down, put up a Christmas tree and put presents under it for your loved ones. Our goal this year is to give you new features year-round and not just at Christmas. Here are some of the highlights of 2019: Comment function for draw.io [...]
Many of you have been asking which options are available in order to link content to shapes within your draw.io diagrams in Confluence. The answer is: There are quite a few! Using this simple yet effective feature will help you extend what is already possible with draw.io. This post covers both the Cloud and [...]
With the rising popularity of cloud collaboration, it is not surprising that some diagramming software providers are exiting the on-premises market. You don't have to worry about that with draw.io. Lucidchart has recently announced that they will begin sunsetting (kill or cancel to the rest of us) their Confluence Server and Data Center apps, [...]
When you want to create diagrams with draw.io, you have the option of choosing from a wide variety of built-in templates for all kinds of use cases. Sooner or later you will want to adapt these templates or even create your own diagrams from scratch that you might like to share with your colleagues [...]
draw.io is on a mission to take over the world! Or at least to provide diagramming to everyone in their native language. We'd love your help - here's how you can participate and help translate draw.io.
You can use draw.io to create your diagrams for threat modelling - DFDs, PFDs, Attack Diagrams and more. The custom libraries in draw.io make this easy.
Since Confluence has become a trusted tool for visualizations, draw.io should also be an essential part of your Confluence toolkit in the long-term. We'd like to show you how you can plan for the cost involved in using draw.io for Confluence Server or Data Center in the coming years. Basic information [...]
Communication diagrams are another way to visualize the information more commonly represented by UML sequence diagrams. They are simpler than sequence diagrams and only show the messages that pass between the objects. See how you can create UML communication diagrams with draw.io.