Virtual whiteboard for sketching hand-drawn like diagrams
Go to https://excalidraw.com to start sketching.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.
git clone https://github.com/excalidraw/excalidraw.git
| Command | Description | | --------------------- | --------------------------------- | |
npm install| Install the dependencies | |
npm start| Run the project | |
npm run fix| Reformat all files with Prettier | |
npm test| Run tests | |
npm run test:update| Update test snapshots | |
npm run test:code| Test for formatting with Prettier |
You can use docker-compose to work on excalidraw locally if you don't want to setup a Node.js env.
docker-compose up --build -d
We publish a Docker image with the Excalidraw client at excalidraw/excalidraw. You can use it to self host your own client under your own domain, on Kubernetes, AWS ECS, etc.
docker build -t excalidraw/excalidraw . docker run --rm -dit --name excalidraw -p 5000:80 excalidraw/excalidraw:latest
The Docker image is free of analytics and other tracking libraries.
At the moment, self-hosting your own instance doesn't support sharing or collaboration features.
We are working towards providing a full-fledged solution for self hosting your own Excalidraw.
Pull requests are welcome. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.
Translations will be available on the app if they exceed a certain threshold of completion (currently 85%).
And the main source of inspiration for starting the project is the awesome Zwibbler app.
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