RedcoolMedia Flowchart Maker and Online Diagram Software using on draw.io hosted in our servers. App available in our cloud hosted platform:
As it is based on draw.io, it is a technology stack for building diagramming applications, and the world’s most widely used browser-based end-user diagramming application.
This application allows to build any kind of Flowchart or Diagram online.
- Complex business processes and workflows are much easier to understand when presented in diagram form. The shape library of this app includes all the components you need to build your BPMN diagrams. These diagrams are especially useful for when your business processes need to be audited or for onboarding new employees.
- UML Diagrams to document all aspects of your software engineering projects – both behavioural and structural. Create use case, communication, sequence, interaction, class, object and package diagrams with ease with the UML components in the extensive shape library.
- Flow Charts presented as diagrams with automatic layout function to create your flow charts quickly and easily.
- Tree diagrams to illustrate any situation where there is a hierarchy of elements. Organization charts, the content structure of a training document or book, a breakdown of components within components – you’ll find many uses for tree diagrams in your organization.
- Mind maps for quickly jotting down your thoughts about a concept or problem, and organizing the information into related topics. Use mind maps to help you remember information that you are studying, solve problems, make decisions and prepare for writing a complex document.
- Network Diagrams to represent network of connected devices in companies are becoming increasingly complex. With a wide variety of both generic and specific diagram elements commonly used for visualizing your IT infrastructure, you can create a detailed illustration of your network with all of its devices quickly and easily with draw.io, making network administration much less frustrating.
- Wireframe models to plan the layout of your website or user interface. A wide variety of professions work with wireframes on a daily basis: developers, user experience designers, business analysts, visual designers and graphic artists. They have become more important with the rise of mobile interfaces – wireframe models help you simplify your interface and make it easy for users to use your application or website.
- Mockups to quickly prototype a user interface during application development. These days, they are most often used when creating mobile websites and app interfaces, and include more of the graphic design elements than wireframe models. They are also used to visualize physical products before committing to a final design.
- AWS Architecture Diagrams to understand your IT infrastructure and architecture when you see it in a diagram! Use an architecture diagram with Amazon Web Services (AWS) shapes to design and visualize your infrastructure’s design, deployment and topology.
- Electrical Diagrams to start building an electrical circuit without drafting a diagram first. These diagrams are also known as circuit diagrams, electronic schematics or elementary diagrams and show the components and interconnections of an electronic printed circuit board (PCB) using standardized symbolic representations, but don’t necessarily show the physical layout. draw.io has a complete set of shapes for diagramming electrical circuits.
- Infographics to spend on consuming information. Make it easier and faster for them to remember by presenting your information visually in an infographic.
- Floor plans to visually organize your office, home or conference space. draw.io provides you with many templates that you can use to quickly draw up your floor plan to scale. Make sure your employees know where to find important things (or people!) in your building and their evacuate paths by creating a floor plan in draw.io. Of course, you can also use floor plans to plan a new kitchen or see how furniture will fit when moving house or renovating.
- Sequence Diagrams to show how objects interact with each other and the order in which they act. Also known as event diagrams or event scenario, they are commonly used in documenting processes and in software engineering. Dotted lines (lifelines) indicate objects or roles, and arrows indicate messages passed between them. UML extends sequence diagrams to include components for conditional branches, optional processes and parallel processing.