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Narrative Game Design
5 projects | /r/gamedesign | 30 May 2023
Never heard of Backlight Gem, sounds like a flashlight up your ass... Use this, it's free: https://www.drawio.com/
Publicly used computers in Munich?
2 projects | /r/Munich | 21 May 2023
Just wanted to mention this here. You don't need a PC with lots of resources these days. Anything that can run a browser can also be used to edit images, create graphics, or even resumes. I think with those tools, you could even use a crappy library PC as long as it has a modern browser running.
HarvardX CS50's Introduction to Programming with Python
2 projects | /r/Python | 10 May 2023
Protip: get draw.io if you want to edit that file. Or just use the online https://www.drawio.com/ (previously diagram.net?)
Could someone give me some feedback on my first 2 diagrams?
3 projects | /r/azuredevops | 5 May 2023
On work, I use mostly tools like Draw.io and some colleges more Excalidraw (looks more fancy but less powerful). Those are easy tools to create a diagram with existing extensions for VScode. This helps to create an editable diagram which can be saved as an image. I like to use to save my draw.io file as a *.drawio.png file. So I can open it with draw.io to edit and when viewing the file from a browser, you see the PNG image. In this case, I never forget to export the latest state into my docs.
Developers to create interesting integrations
2 projects | /r/Fing_App | 5 May 2023
We get asked sometimes to add features to support new kinds of exports, e.g. to create network diagrams or to integrate with Home Assistant. Some time ago, we made the Fing Desktop and Fingbox Local API free for everybody to play with their device data locally. No cloud involvement, only local secret authentication needed.
Draw.io extension for Notion not working?
https://github.com/jgraph/drawio/discussions/3309 asked here too, is this broken?
See https://github.com/jgraph/drawio/wiki/Getting-Support for official routes to get support.
How are roadmaps like this created? Some kind of mind mapping tool?
3 projects | /r/opensource | 29 Mar 2023
Check this: https://github.com/jgraph/drawio
Svelvet- lightweight node-based flow diagraming for Svelte
3 projects | /r/sveltejs | 9 Feb 2023
Awesome! Next please add a collaborative/multiplayer mode ❤️ In every team you want to have the chance to work together on a flow diagram. Even draw.io does not support it until now, so if you get it working that would be huge news and a USP for Svelvet: https://github.com/jgraph/drawio/issues/1396
ShareLaTex VS typst - a user suggested alternative
2 projects | 3 Apr 2023
The WebLatex project is growing!!! Use Git + LaTeX + Grammarly + VSCode + Live Colab + Code Autocompletion all in one online!
3 projects | /r/LaTeX | 16 Feb 2023
Mostly open source... Here's the repo: https://github.com/overleaf/overleaf. But you can see what features are only available in the paid versions here
Self hosted LaTeX editor?
2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 10 Nov 2022
the linked repo is archived and it states, it has been merged into overleaf/overleaf
Looking for simple LaTeX editor
2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 29 Mar 2022
ANN: texd - LaTeX wrapped in a web service
3 projects | /r/LaTeX | 12 Mar 2022
Thanks, I might need something like this sometime. There's also Overleaf's CLSI.
JupyterLab LaTeX – live-editing of LaTeX documents in JupyterLab
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 17 May 2021
The Overleaf source code is available online , so you could even run your own instance.
Is there any feature to track changes or comment in a LaTeX document?
3 projects | /r/LaTeX | 19 Apr 2021
I'd like to suggest Overleaf again since it seems to be exactly what you need. If you don't want to pay for more than one collaborator, you can actually host it yourself. You can add users and administrators as you like (you can also add an SMTP server to allow sending email invitations to collaborators).
What are some alternatives?
excalidraw - Virtual whiteboard for sketching hand-drawn like diagrams
mermaid - Generation of diagrams like flowcharts or sequence diagrams from text in a similar manner as markdown
drawio-desktop - Official electron build of draw.io
plantuml - Generate diagrams from textual description
HackMD - CodiMD - Realtime collaborative markdown notes on all platforms.
domain-story-modeler - A tool to visualize Domain Stories in your browser
CherryTree - cherrytree
dillinger - The last Markdown editor, ever.
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