It's one of the features in tiki svn 19 which can create multiple types of diagrams UML, BPMN General, Flow charts, etc. as seen here: https://about.draw.io/features/examples/
mxGraph is deployable as a Package.
draw.io is completely free online diagram editor built around Google Drive(TM), that enables you to create flowcharts, UML, entity relation, network diagrams, mockups and more. ... draw.io can import from .vsdx, Gliffy(TM) and Lucidchart(TM) files.
You can run draw.io Desktop (Windows, MacOS, GNU/Linux, Chrome OS) as well. It uses same data format as PluginDiagram.
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- No limit allows-creation of many independent spaces for different purposes
- Permissions-control permissions of each space for people and groups
- Allows a variety of editing choices(Wiki Markup, Rich Text Editor, ...)
- Log down details of every change
- Find out what has been changed easily
Preferences required: wikiplugin_diagram
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It's very easy first go to the Admin Control Panel, Packages (tiki-admin.php?page=packages).
Click on the "Install Other Packages" tab and install the "mxgraph-editor" package.
In your file gallery upload your xml file containing the graph model.
You can test using this file : https://doc.tiki.org/dl1452
Go to the Admin Control Panel, Editing and Plugins (tiki-admin.php?page=textarea&cookietab=2).
Enable the Diagram plugin and set it on a Wiki page.
If the file Id of the model you've just uploaded is 7 this is how it should look
This is how the page should look:
You can edit the model using the GraphEditor integrated into Tiki by clicking on the "Edit diagram" link.