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Add basic diagrams support to the wiki.
This feedback item is under review. We are currently prioritizing other items over diagram support and will update this thread when it finds its way to our backlog.
Being able to do diagrams in wiki pages is such a common and power thing. We used to do this in Confluence all the times. Really hope this feature would be available to Azure DevOpts wiki soon.
Kelly Brownsberger commented
Just joined a company using Asure DevOps and I’m quite impressed with it. I’m used to the Atlassian suite and the huge hole I see in this is no equivalent tools like Confluence + Gliffy or Draw.io. With no web based diagramming tools the whole stack really suffers for being a complete platform for our shop. We need a lot more visual artifacts to fuel our collaboration but the toolset gives us no way to do it. Do we buy Confluence and Gliffy and try to bolt it on to AZDO? Visio (yuck) + Sharepoint and a similar bolt on?
I kinda feel trapped :(
Integrate a seamless UML modelling tool.
Seamless means: no Visio, no files stored in sharepoint. We need an Add-In inside VSTS.
me still suing the old name means "DevOps" still has a long way to go to become a mature product.
Do you even charge your customers for being beta testers?
Steve - RWI commented
+1 for Draw.io - closely mirrors Visio, very portable, supports gDrive already, full features in free version (vs. Lucidchart severly hobbled).
Having support for mermaid would be awesome!!!
Daniël te Winkel commented
Support for formats such as Mermaid would be great!
Denys Miasoutov commented
It will be nice to have an option of what we can inject into wiki. Examples:
1. SVG/PNG/JPG from repository or internet
2. Graphviz file
3. PluntUml file
4. Diagram from Draw.io
5. Visio file
8. Other formats
We should be able to inject files from repository and or internet.
Olivier Helin commented
That would be nice to provide a lucidchart integration like on Confluence.
There's an extension for Visual Studio Code (Mermaid) which has some support: https://support.typora.io/Draw-Diagrams-With-Markdown/ However, a basic class diagram for drawing Domain Models in Wiki/Work Items would be nice.
This is a killer feature. Plz give.
It sucks to flip/flop between confluence for docs and vsts for code/work management. This is the missing link that would allow my team to commit fully on vsts.
Davis John commented
Draw.io is quite popular with people on Confluence. If we have support for them, will make it easier for people migrating over.
Nick Nijenhuis commented
Do you know what would be really cool? If I can just add JSONs, SVG, or any other format of any other tool, in my GIT repo and that it can be automatically published to the VSTS wiki everytime it's updated.
Aaron Carlson commented
Mermaid support would be great!
It'd be great if progress could be tracked of this feature.
Richard Banks commented
For me, draw.io or gliffy support please.
Mermaid has a very limited set of diagram options, so graphviz could be a more flexible choice.
Jorge Hdez commented
It would be great to have Draw.io too.
Micah Rairdon commented
Cool! PlantUML would be cool too.
I think this would also be a great addition to the .md (e.g. README.md) files in the repositories.
Stefan Riesen commented
Add Gliffy or rendering of SVG-Graphics