Alternatives to asciiflow for all platforms with any license





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    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Xfce

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    Open Source Web / Cloud

  • Diagram Designer icon

    Diagram Designer

    Simple vector graphics editor for creating flowcharts, UML class diagrams, illustrations and slide shows.

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    Smart Diagram Discontinued

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  • GoVisual Diagram Editor icon

    GoVisual Diagram Editor Discontinued

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    Free Windows Linux

  • Lekh Diagram icon

    Lekh Diagram

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    Free Android iPhone iPad

  • ASCIIGraffiti Discontinued

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    Free Web / Cloud

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asciiflow Comments

no longer open-source?

Comment by seexn
about asciiflow Aug 2014

It seems to me that the rewrite has completed as "asciiflow2" and that it is unfortunately not open-source any more!
how unfortunate.


Main site temporarily down

Comment by tabakis
about asciiflow Jan 2014

The following straight from Lewish, author of asciiflow (2014-01-20):

Sorry that the site is down, it's hard to deal with spikes of traffic like this without over provisioning!

Just thought I would chime in, I'm working hard on a complete re-write of ASCIIFlow, killing GWT and moving to canvas + JS while keeping the ASCII look and feel, adding tools to resize things, and making the canvas size infinite and most importantly, supporting mobile!

Please get in touch if you have requests.