Hello, my name is…

By Kat Soong on Nov 10, 2011 in Stories
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The people have spoken. From this day forth, our robot will be named Djedi, the little robot sent in to loyally discover hieroglyphs. Thanks to our winner, @danielabbas for submitting this name and to everyone else who participated!! Here’s a little background on the origins of Djedi. Djedi is said to be the first magician,…

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Agile Modeling with Gliffy!

By Kat Soong on Nov 03, 2011 in Latest & Greatest

Our friends over at The Emphasys Group, have made a new (and exciting!) course available: “Essentials of Agile Modeling”. If you’re developing software, following an Agile approach and wondering how Gliffy can help – we encourage you to take a look at this course. The course shows how models (using both formal and informal notations)…

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Name My Bot Contest Continued…

By Kat Soong on Nov 02, 2011 in Stories

As most of you know, for the past week we’ve been collecting names for our nameless robot via Twitter. Due to the influx of awesome names, we’ve decided to let you pick your favorite out of our top 3. Vote on Facebook today! Can’t wait to find out what our robot’s name will be!!!! Stay…

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Name My Bot Contest!!!!

By Kat Soong on Oct 25, 2011 in Stories
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Our Gliffy robot has a bunch of different costumes but no name :( We want YOU: our friends, colleagues, users, fans, and followers to participate in the Gliffy Robot Naming Contest! Starting today through October 31, we will be collecting any and all names via Twitter (#NameMyBot). The final winner will be announced shortly thereafter…

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Gliffy Confluence Plugin v4.0.2 Release

By Eric Chiang on Oct 14, 2011 in Latest & Greatest

This release resolves several important bugs and patches a few XSS vulnerabilities. As you may have noticed we’ve been accelerating our updates. Don’t worry, we won’t be going the route of Firefox and Chrome as Gliffy 12 won’t be coming out anytime soon… But we are working hard to make Gliffy as bug free and…

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Gliffy JIRA Plugin v3.6 Release

By Eric Chiang on Sep 23, 2011 in Latest & Greatest

Today we’re announcing an update to the Gliffy JIRA plugin. This release includes a few new features: Page Navigator and User Preferences, and many bug fixes. The page navigator allows you to zoom and pan large diagrams very quickly using a mini preview of your entire diagram. User preferences are a behind the scenes change…

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Gliffy Confluence Plugin v4.0.1 Release

By Eric Chiang on Sep 23, 2011 in Latest & Greatest

This release resolves 2 important bug fixes. A fix for Confluence 3.x customers that prefer creating diagrams by first using wiki markup A fix for diagrams with an apostrophe in the filename for when Gliffy runs inline with the Confluence 4 editor Release Notes – Gliffy Confluence Plugin 4.0.1 Bug [GLIFFY-4252] – Inserting diagrams via…

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Gliffy in Confluence 4

By Eric Chiang on Sep 19, 2011 in Latest & Greatest

Drum roll please… After several months of top secret work, we’re proud to announce the launch our new Confluence 4 compatible plugin! Gliffy is now as easy to use as the new Confluence 4 editor. We’ve worked hard to make the editing experience as natural and as seamless as possible. No longer will you need…

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