Gliffy vs LucidChart

Gliffy is a web-based diagram editor. Create and share flowcharts, network diagrams, floor plans, user interface designs and other drawings online.
Lucidchart is your solution for visual communication. Flow charts, diagrams, UML sketches, and ER models have never been easier. We've redesigned the entire diagramming process to make it as easy as possible. Make flow charts, wireframes, mind maps, and org charts.
Gliffy vs LucidChart in our news:

2020 - Lucidchart raises $52M Series D, passes $100M ARR – TechCrunch

2018 - Gliffy acquired by RogueWave Software

Gliffy is joining forces with Rogue Wave Software, the company that helps global enterprise customers tackle the most complex issues in building, connecting, and securing applications. Its platforms, tools, components, and support are used across financial services, technology, healthcare, government, entertainment, and manufacturing to deliver value and reduce risk. Joining forces with Gliffy will improve Rogue Wave Software's ability to help companies speed up development cycle time. For Gliffy customers and community members, this new collaboration will only increase our ability to expand and improve Gliffy products. No changes to license agreements are expected.

2018 - LucidChart raises $72 million to grow the web-based diagramming software

Web-based visual design platform Lucid Software has raised $72 million in a round of funding. Founded in 2010, Lucid Software is best known for its flagship Lucidchart product, which is kind of like a Microsoft Visio-style collaborative diagramming app that’s used for wireframing, UI prototyping, and similar use cases. Companies can use it to create an organizational HR chart, for example, though in reality anyone from freelancers to students can use the software. Lucidchart competitors include tools from the likes of Adobe and, as noted, Microsoft Visio, while other players in the field include SmartDraw, Gliffy, and the open source Lucidchart aims to differentiate itself through a combination of ease-of-use, access on any device or platform, real-time collaboration and advanced functionality, like automating diagrams and combining them with external data sources.

2018 - Gliffy adds AWS Simple Icons

To make documenting their infrastructure and offerings easy, Amazon's brilliant designers have created icons to represent every service they provide. And as the offerings are always evolving, so are the shapes. Gliffy developers thought it would be useful to create a template with all the most up-to-date AWS simple icons (which you can use as a starting point for creating your own network documentation). There are so many shapes, that the template takes a minute to load. You can view it at 50% zoom since the shapes are large (for optimal resolution). Thereby Gliffy provides better icons for documentation if compared vs Balsamiq Mockups

2017 - Gliffy is extending its enterprise offering to take on Google Drawings

Gliffy is extending its enterprise-level tier (previously available in the Atlassian ecosystem only). Gliffy Enterprise is the bridge between talking about something and getting it done. It ensures that corporate assets stay secure, information remains within the company even if employees leave, and most importantly, that teams are better aligned. It features cross-team sharing & collaboration - Increases visibility into what you and your team are working on. Provides a high-level overview of cross-departmental projects. Allows teams to work with the tools they love best by integrating with popular platforms including Basecamp and Slack. Easy user management makes it easy for admins to create new accounts and manage privacy settings, saving valuable time and simplifying work processes. So we may assume that Gliffy gets more enterprise-ready in comparison to Google Drawings

2014 - Gliffy integrates with online versions of JIRA and Confluence. Your move, Grapholite !

Atlassian, a leading provider of collaboration software for teams, launched Atlassian Connect - an extensible new framework for developers to build add-ons that deeply integrate with online versions of JIRA and Confluence. Gliffy has become one of the first adopters of the platform. "We see Atlassian Connect as an opportunity to re-architect our successful diagramming and mockup tool for JIRA," said Chris Kohlhardt, CEO of Gliffy. "Based on Atlassian Connect, the next version of Gliffy for JIRA OnDemand will maintain the same intuitive interface and we'll be able to deploy product improvements instantly." The conclusion is that Gliffy gets more integrative if compared vs Grapholite

2013 - Gliffy launched Chrome app to take on LibreOffice Draw

Diagramming and business graphics tool Gliffy is now available for Chrome in the new Google Chrome Web Store. Developed as a Chrome App, Gliffy Diagrams offers users the best of all worlds: It works on and offline, seamlessly integrating with the desktop, and it is automatically updated as new versions are released. It is also integrated with Google Drive so users can share and collaborate with clients or other users. By providing an up-to-date business graphics tool, customers now have a nimble and powerful alternative to Visio and LibreOffice Draw. Since it is the full version, customers are up and running quickly and are able to create an unlimited number of drawings without any time trial limits.

2013 - Gliffy moves to HTML5 - a new advantage over Creately

Web-based diagram creation tool Gliffy has been rewritten in HTML5, allowing its developer to add a slew of new features, including support for Microsoft Visio as well as Google Drive cloud storage. The shift from Flash to HTML5 was "highly risky," but something that the developers have seen as necessary. Gliffy is now actually live in both Flash as well as HTML5, but given the large number of HTML5-compliant browsers available, the Flash version is quickly losing relevance. The new release also adds features such as the ability to drag and drop images, and coherent themes that can be extended across a diagram or flowchart as a whole. The conclusion is that Gliffy is now more fast than Creately

2009 - Gliffy unveils API for developers to keep up with

Gliffy, the online Visio alternative, has released the first API for any service of its kind. This new move will let Gliffy really lead the pack in this space and impact the competitors like Lovely Charts and Draw Anywhere. The API is in public beta as of today. The developers who got access to the trial run have already built some extensions, such as a script that automatically backs up your Gliffy account to your local machine.With the API, the company hopes that the ability to extend and integrate the service with other platforms will become too attractive to pass up.

2009 - Gliffy takes on Omnigraffle with major redesign

Gliffy has released the newest version of their popular SaaS Visio Killer. It has done a major redesign of the look and feel of the software. The new UI is definitely comparable to Visio and Omnigraffle in quality, and that's what matters most for Gliffy's current and potential users. Enhancements such as a brand new set for network symbols and revamped plugins for Confluence and JIRA should be particularly beneficial. Thereby Gliffy now has better interface in comparison to Omnigraffle