Vexlio is available as a free download from our software library. Draw diagrams, illustrate complex concepts, add mathematical equations, and export everything to PDF and SVG, all with the help of this useful tool. Vexlio is a fairly simplistic yet very well-equipped graphics utility that provides you with all the necessary tools to create technical illustrations or other types of complex concepts.
You can get this app up and running in mere seconds thanks to a typical wizard-based installer which, it’s worth pointing out, also offers you the possibility to deploy and run this app on a USB flash drive or any other types of external storage unit.
Features of Vexlio – Diagram of Software
Automatic snapping guides eliminate guesswork, and allow you to easily align objects in your diagrams. Spend more time illustrating your content rather than worrying about small misalignments.
Live-edit native LaTeX equations directly in your diagrams. The equations are inserted as first-class vector objects, so they stay smooth and sharp when scaled and transformed.
Hit the ground running with powerful tools finely-tuned for common diagramming tasks. Quickly see your complex ideas come to life.
Create complex, geometrically perfect shapes with compound boolean path operations. Full Bezier curve support allows easy construction and reshaping of paths.
EXPORT TO PDF
Export your diagrams directly to vector formats PDF and SVG for high-fidelity reproduction. Great for posters or other large-scale, high-quality graphics needs. Exported PDFs are automatically cropped to exactly fit your diagram.
Build up a library of reusable objects that you can drag-and-drop into your drawings. Create prefabs from objects in your drawing, or import existing files as prefabs.
No artifical page constraints. Instead, draw your diagrams on an infinite canvas where you can move the viewport freely. Infinitely-high zoom means no limits on precision.
Create your diagrams entirely with live-edit Lua code, or freely switch back and forth to normal mode. Program-mode diagrams are “first class” in Vexlio, so if you save a drawing in program mode, it saves your commands and opens up in program mode right where you left off. See the User Guide for more information.
Developer: Vexlio, LLC