@nilsreichert also mentioned https://www.diagrams.net (thanks!). I tried it quickly and it is much more advanced/complete than Excalidraw. A bit like a web version of dia. But it does the arbitrary connecting point feature that dia misses. It's definitively less quick and dirty than Excalidraw, which I really like, but the algo/implementation of object grouping and connecting points positioning while moving things around is much more solid! I think I'm gonna use this and see how far I go. Ultimately I think these two options are pretty good, the diff will probably be between speed to sketch versus accuracy.
PS: Diagrams.net is Apache licensed, and they also provide an electron app.
@rra @320x200 @liaizon @pixouls @cmos4040 @exquisitecorp @nilsreichert OH HAI. How did I miss this?! I have a lot of what's already been mentioned + a few more here: https://www.are.na/institute-of-diagram-studies/diagramming-tools-3-bifljxnv8
Diagrams.net is nice but I always run into one headache or other when comes time to export, esp. if you use dark mode I think.
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