ASCIIFlow – draw ASCII diagrams in your browser @lewishemens
ASCIIFlow is a quick and easy way to graphically generate flow charts and simple graphics and text in a web browser. The designs may then be exported in a number of text formats including with comment markings for popular programming languages, if desired.
The screen is a grid where elements may be drawn. Various lines and boxes are available as well as text.
The program can eliminate the laborious process of trying to generate such graphics by sight in a word processing or code development program.
You can use ASCIIFlow for yourself in a web browser at asciiflow.com.
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