Friday, January 5th, 2007

Get Gliffy with it

Category: Showcase

I first heard of Gliffy via the Confluence plugin.

Gliffy is a web based diagram tool that lets you build and share any type of diagram. They are pretty too.


Posted by Dion Almaer at 7:50 am

3.8 rating from 28 votes


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Looks like a suprisingly useful application!

It also has an impressive video

Comment by Dougal Matthews — January 5, 2007

Too bad it’s Flash vs. Ajax, but still, not only pretty cool, but as Dougal mentioned, useful too! Sure beats the heck out of me trying to draw up floorplans with Inkscape. LOL

Comment by DigitaLink — January 5, 2007

why is it too bad it’s flash?

Comment by joe — January 5, 2007

I think it was done with OpenLaszlo ( same as It just happens to compile into Flash because that’s what OL 3.x does (OL 4.x will also provide a DHTML target).

Comment by Jeff Schiller — January 5, 2007

I made a quick wireframe for a website. I can see this being rather useful. I don’t mind it being flash, but I bet Ajax would be a little faster. Very nice.

Comment by Tara Kelly — January 7, 2007

This quickly makes great diagrams, and exports it to many formats. I’m a TA and student right now, and as a TA I have my students to make video game design diagrams using Gliffy, and as a student I’ve used it to create diagrams for my brain theory (neural networks) class.
Very useful.

Comment by Pamela Fox — January 8, 2007

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