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Centralize all of your scattered docs and diagrams. Build a team knowledge repository with a multiplayer-first tool.
What you see is what everyone sees. Sense the buzz of your team in your multiplayer dashboard.
Robust file management
Customize your file setup with with folders and private files.
Blazing fast file search
Search through your markdown notes and text on the canvas.
Wikilinks & mentions
Construct a knowledge graph across files and teams
Designed by developers for developers
Designed by developers
Experience our markdown, diagram-as-code, keyboard navigation, seamless dark mode, GitHub integration, and syntax highlighted code blocks.
Diagram as Code allows you to create beautiful diagrams with a straightforward syntax, all without fumbling with a GUI.
Our GitHub integration keeps your markdown docs and diagrams next to code. You can even create PRs.
Eraser AI generates stunning diagrams in seconds. You can kickstart your diagram with existing code or text excerpts.
Documentation you will enjoy creating
Eraser has the best qualities of polished modern software without pesky distractions that can throw you off the rails. Maintain flow and focus with a minimal tool design.
Automatically saved and snapshots generated for your safety of mind.
No clutter, no spinners, and no flickering. Stay focused on your thoughts
Stay focused on your work, not our UI.
A powerful new way to ineract with the tool (coming soon).
Plug and play with your workflow
Eraser is easy to adopt into any workflow with our API, integrations, markdown, and export capabilities.
Our notes are formatted in markdown, ensuring maximum portability. you own your data.
Save as PNG, SVG, PDF, and MD. Take your data with you.
Create, edit, and add diagrams to your Github README files directly from Eraser. You can even create a PR.
What I love most is its Markdown note-taking feature, which allows you to include snapshots of diagrams directly in the canvas. Clicking on these snapshots takes you straight to the relevant diagram section.
As a proof of concept, using Eraser I manually built out a VMWare validated design which is a fairly complex conceptual design for NSX-T Network Virtualization in an enterprise environment. ... I put this whole thing together in under an hour. Pretty wild.
What does larger scale software development look like?
Building Large Scale Microservice Applications
I've recently started using eraser.io and it's simply delightful: the best of Graphviz and Figma and code-to-diagrams in a neat UI.
All of the things that I was doing in 15 different places all in one place. It makes my architecture job easier. And committing back to the codebase is great.
This tool has completely transformed the way I work by allowing me to generate ER diagrams and system architecture efficiently ... What impressed me the most was how fast and efficient it was,
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In other drawing tools, you have to think ... and it takes too long. With eraser, it's so intuitive that you can, draw the diagram at the speed of your thought. Other tools don't have the usability and the simplicity of Eraser.
DiagramGPT might be the tool i’ve been truly missing my whole dev life, diagrams are so useful when communicating to an audience but they are a huge time sucker and pain to keep up to date.