Today we’ll take a brief break from technical diagramming to talk about something fun: drawing simple generative tree-like structures with Lua using a concept called an L-system.
One of the guiding design principles we use with Vexlio is that performing common tasks should be as painless as possible. While exporting is something that you’ll probably spend less time on than actually creating your diagrams, it’s still an important part of your workflow. In this post we’ll look at the different options available when exporting your diagrams, including automatic cropping, extra whitespace padding, and more.
Welcome to the Vexlio blog! In this introductory post, we’ll look at how object “snapping” works in Vexlio and how you can use it for easy precision in your diagrams. We’ll see the types of snap points you can use and how to use them effectively. Let’s jump in!