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    Marcin Stefaniuk
    @mstefaniuk
    Firepad has demos for both Ace and CodeMirror.
    Currently I’m using Cloudant (CouchDB based) and I’m still really below the entry plan costs (starts from $50 but my recipt is $0.01).
    It can be combined - fiddles in one, and live editing in other.
    There is also TogetherJS as a alternative and also changes stream in Cloudant (with small support of text diff patching).
    I expect to find hosting kind for OS solutions.
    Marcin Stefaniuk
    @mstefaniuk
    SauceLabs gave me an free account.
    One think I’m struggling is support of OAuth private fiddles / cooperation rooms.
    It looks that Firebase has something inbuilt.
    Casey Watts
    @caseywatts
    Private is definitely a desired feature, cool!
    skolenik
    @skolenik
    @mstefaniuk see if you are interested in adding my diagram to the gallery: http://graphviz.it/#/YvCMhzYk. It depicts one of the common models in latent variable modeling / confirmatory factor analysis / psychometrics referred to as Holzinger and Swineford model.
    Marcin Stefaniuk
    @mstefaniuk
    Please add a pull request to graphviz.it repository. Gallery diagrams are ordinary files.
    skolenik
    @skolenik
    sure -- what's the link?
    Marcin Stefaniuk
    @mstefaniuk
    It's at the bottom of the page.
    On github with name of the gitter room.
    skolenik
    @skolenik
    mstefaniuk/graphviz.it#20
    thanks!
    quick q (well, I know that this probably means a two-hour discussion :) ) -- can graphviz syntax be incorporated into markdown?
    Marcin Stefaniuk
    @mstefaniuk
    It depends where it is rendered. Both Markdown and Graphviz can be rendered on backend or frontend. You must match them together.
    skolenik
    @skolenik
    Do you have an FAQ / an example on either? I mean, I can see that I can drop .vd code to graphviz.it, save .png out of that, and it into a markdown. But I wonder if a better streamlined solution exists.
    (it was "save .png and insert ! [] () into markdown. This chat is way too smart for me :) )
    Marcin Stefaniuk
    @mstefaniuk
    I have no idea how it might be better streamplined
    It depends on particular markdown renderer.
    johannpickard
    @johannpickard
    How do you download as SVG from Graphvizit ?
    or rather can you ?
    johannpickard
    @johannpickard
    https://sequencediagram.org/ if all the download tools this has could be created for Graphviz.it it would be amazing
    Marcin Stefaniuk
    @mstefaniuk
    Is it not working?
    johannpickard
    @johannpickard
    It can download as PNG, not SVG
    Marcin Stefaniuk
    @mstefaniuk
    You are right. It should be fairly easy to provide it because SVG is used to render PNG.
    johannpickard
    @johannpickard
    Great. Any plans to add a "store svg to file" button in top right hand corner? If you do just having a "store txt to file" button would be awesome in terms of using this tool easily.
    Marcin Stefaniuk
    @mstefaniuk
    I would look into it maybe next week.
    Marcin Stefaniuk
    @mstefaniuk
    @johannpickard I have finally added saving graphviz as SVG.
    Casey Watts
    @caseywatts

    @mstefaniuk haven't talked in a long time! I'm still really happy with graphviz.it, and I use it a bunch :)

    I noticed today that my similar site graphvizrepl.com is having some rendering issues, and then I stumbled across something I thought you'd want to know

    it looks like the viz.js repo is archived now: https://github.com/mdaines/viz.js
    I'm not very worried because graphviz is old and viz.js works well enough as-is lol, but I definitely don't know why/how/when it got archived

    I tried getting graphviz.it set up today and it looks like I probably need an older version of node, my npm install isn't working - maybe node 6 is what we were using back in 2017 when packages were last updated?