draw.io now supports the latest (November 2018) set of AWS icons. You can draw out your AWS architectures for free using draw.io.
PlantUML lets you specify your UML diagrams in a text format, which is quite a handy shortcut for programmers. draw.io allows you to insert PlantUML and Graphviz DOT code and automatically adds the diagram image to the drawing area.
Create mockups faster with draw.io by editing a complex shape's properties. The new Properties panel lets you customise every aspect of your shapes, quickly and easily.
Lines, connectors, arrows, transitions - these are the glue that hold diagrams together. Styling your connectors will help make your diagrams more readable, and that's easy to do in draw.io!
State diagrams quickly show which states lead to each other, and what triggers a change of state. They are easy to create with draw.io and its built-in UML shape library.
The Jobs to Be Done theory is being increasingly often used by successful IT companies, including Google, Cisco, Intercom and Basecamp. It's an approach to focus fully on the customer and their goals (jobs) as you design, develop and improve your products and services. It takes customer-centric design to the next level, as it [...]
We've re-worked the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) icon set - you wanted the cards and symbols (plus text) bundled together, rather than having to assemble everything yourselves, so that's what we've done! We've also added more than 50 GCP architecture templates to make your diagramming faster.
Whenever a customer considers a product or service, there are forces at work. These forces are what drive them to either purchase a solution, or stick with their current solution. You can model these forces with draw.io.
With draw.io you can use custom links, similar to hotspots that perform actions, which can be used toggle the display of groups of shapes on or off, or perform other useful actions.
You can now let everyone access the VSDX, Gliffy, Lucidchart and draw.io diagrams you create and store on the web, by simply using draw.io as a viewer.