Use the Gliffy flowcharting and diagramming API to include flowchart and diagramming editing features in your software. After a user has created a diagram, you will typically want to show an image of that diagram somewhere in your app, so the Document Entity enables you to get a copy of your diagram in the JPEG or PNG format. Use the Account entity, which is an organizational entity primarily for billing and tracking usage. Use the Document entity to access a single Gliffy document or diagram. The User entity gives you access to a named user who is a member of an account. Use the Folder entity to organize documents and control user permissions.
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The Gliffy PHP SDK by Gliffy allows API interaction, providing drawing features such as diagrams and flowcharts that developers can integrate into visualization applications. Resources include installation and configuration. To use the SDK, experiment creating a new diagram in PNG format.
The Gliffy Java SDK by Gliffy allows API interaction to access drawings data, particularly useful to integrate diagrams and flowcharts into applications. Resources available include client, document, OAuth token credentials, and test account.