Lucidchart: This Diagram application you wish Dia was

It will probably take a couple years to get out there since it is still relatively new but Lucidchart is the Linux friendly diagramming tool you wish you had when Dia was the only option. A quick demo is really all it takes to see what I am talking about.

+1 for web standards

Quite a few now

Trevor's picture

The online diagramming field is kind of buzzing now. I guess the growth of cloud applications helped. I'm currently using Creately which I guess is similar to Lucidchart.

web apps galore

Lucidchat's picture

Yeah the cloud is the future, for sure.

Here is the demo link again doesn't seem to be working above.

Lucidchart demo

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