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draw.io, this project, is a configurable diagramming/whiteboarding visualization application. draw.io is owned and developed by JGraph Ltd, a UK based software company. As well as running this project, we run a production-grade deployment of the diagramming interface at
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This is a flowchart pattern that I really like to use and I currently use drawio to draw it:
Notice that there are two kinds of descriptions in the flow chart
- description1:How does A get to B
- description2:Some properties of B
I know mermaid can implement the
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-11 at 12:29
While some types of Mermaid diagrams explicitly support notes (e.g. sequence diagrams), flowcharts do not.
I believe the closest you're going to get is to connect
B to itself:
I am trying to read the data from a draw.io drawing using python.
Apparently the format is an xml with some portions in "mxfile" encoding.
(That is, a section of the xml is deflated, then base64 encoded.)
Here's the official TFM: https://drawio-app.com/extracting-the-xml-from-mxfiles/
And their online decoder tool: https://jgraph.github.io/drawio-tools/tools/convert.html
So i try to decode the mxfile portion using the standard python tools:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-30 at 21:56
I exported a draw.io diagram as png from local draw.io application. The xml is somehow hidden inside this png file probably in the "tExt" chunk. I am trying to "borrow" the draw.io JS implementation of parsePng and convert that to python. The XML is supposed to be hidden in zTxt, however I only see tExt (https://www.diagrams.net/blog/xml-in-png)....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-15 at 14:11
The output you're getting now is URI Encoded. Decoding it yields this result:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-08 at 14:39
In XWiki the insertion of web resources like css and js content is generally done separately through what is called "skin extensions", best is probably to look at the documentation on https://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Skin%20Extension%20Plugin.
In short, it involves adding an object of type
Note that an extension which integrate draw.io already exist on https://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Diagram%20Application, and I guess looking at the source of this extension might be interesting.
I am creating an Entity Relation Diagram for my database.
I would like to know if it's possible to make a dense table, I would like to compact all my rectangle in the table.
On the following picture, you have an example of a table of my diagram. I would like to reduce the margin between all lines to create a dense table.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-15 at 08:31
I found the solution, it was really simple:
- Click on a rectangle.
- Click on right, on the tab "Arrange" and change the Height Size.
In a site I'm implementing, users save files on their local device. I want to implement autosave, but questions like this one convinced me it wasn't possible without a "File Save" dialog for every write to the file system (unless the user modifies their default browser settings).
However, I see that app.diagrams.net does it! Once I specify a file path via an initial dialog my edits are autosaved without additional dialogs. That project is open-source, but my efforts to find the relevant code have so far not succeeded.
Anybody know how it's done?
Here are the steps to demonstrate that it's possible:
- Browse to app.diagrams.net
- In the "Save diagrams to" dialog, choose "Device"
- "Create New Diagram"
- In the "Save as" dialog, enter a filename
- Make some edits
- Reload the page
- "Open Existing Diagram"
- In the "Open" dialog, choose your file - it opens with your autosaved edits.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-10 at 05:41
A quick glance at the source and the apps.diagram.net is using the File System Access API to write to the file system. If you keep the file handle around it will let you continue to create a writeable against it. It requires that things are running from a secure context (https) to work.
Here's a simplified example:
I mean I want to use draw.io in my own product which requires drawing. But I need to able to programatically control the elements also. as a simple example based on certain conditions I want to highlight a certain element programatically, like a node in red color.
I went through their wiki in https://github.com/jgraph/drawio/wiki , but I can't find any mention of an API...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-07 at 08:35
Answering my own question, yes, from the github issues , the API reference is this : http://jgraph.github.io/mxgraph/docs/js-api/files/index-txt.html
However note this for the deprecated mxGraph lib, and not the one draw.io is using. so things might have changed in that
brew doctor the output is too long for the shell. Below is what I can still reach.
Any idea what the warning (or error) for these might be and how to fix it?
Some system info:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-12 at 01:53
brew update-reset. Do make a note of the following, however:
I believe it would not be possible due to security reason as stated in many other articles on StackOverflow. However, when I use the Diagram app at https://app.diagrams.net/ I realized they could ask me to save a file, and somehow keep that file reference and whenever I click Save on the app, my local file on hard drive changes (no new download).
I know it's only possible to upload/download a file and believe you cannot edit it (using Blob with FileReader etc). How do they achieve that? The app is open source but unfortunately plowing through the source code of their File Handler I still cannot find out what API they are using. I don't remember installing any plugin or app in my browser.
I also notice there is this permission in my browser so I guess it's some standard API, but even using that as keyword, all leads back to StackOverflow articles saying it's not possible.
Is it a new API I am not aware of? What am I looking for?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-09 at 04:00
You can use
localStorage to achieve this without needing any other permission from the user.
If your data is just JSON then this would work, however if you have custom data types, you can take a look here.
Since you wanted to save the file directly to the device and edit it, you can take a look at File System Access API. This article here explains it.
You can load the file first by using,
I was working with the drive API example and was able to print out the files in my drive. But when I try to store the response into a variable called
files the console is printing undefined.
I think the
console.log(files) is printing before the response is generated?
Any idea how I can make the
listFiles() function wait till the files variable is filled with the response so that I can send that data to my front end?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-14 at 19:31
Sorry, I didn’t really understand what exactly you wanted to do, use
async/await or just understand how to transfer
files in any way to the
render method. I redid your code a bit on
async/await, I could not check it, since you did not provide a server. I hope it brings some clarity to your understanding of how to work with
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