There are many tools available that allow for a collaborative whiteboard existence. Figma is that It closed a deal that Adobe acquired for $20 billion in SeptemberMiro is FigJam’s mascot. worth $17.5 billionApple has issued its Series C after increasing its capital in January Freeform app for its usersThis was earlier in the week. In all of this, TLDrawIt provides users with a collaborative board that does not require login.
TLDraw consumer application
TLDraw is very easy to use. It’s an infinite blank canvas, which allows you to draw lines and objects, write text and insert media such images, videos or GIFs.
You can also share this collaborative forum easily with your colleagues by sharing a link. You can also share a link that is read-only if you don’t want anyone changing the board. This is similar in Google Docs, which allows multiple contributors to the document and in read-only mode.
The new Copy of the siteBeta version of ‘Vector’ has more features. It offers more options for drawing: You can add new objects like a frame or sticky note, as well as additional options for moving and duplicating objects. The canvas can also be exported in multiple formats, including SVG, PNG and JPG.
You don’t need an account or login to access all these features. You and your colleagues can access this feature easily online without having to depend on any platform.
Steve Ruiz launched TLDraw in 2021 as an open source project. TLDraw was built on the back of other open-source projects like Free perfectionAnd the globes. design.
After completing these projects, my goal was to create something that would be more form neutral’ that would allow for any shape to be put on canvas. That would be TLDraw. I’ve been building all of this out in public (mainly via Twitter gifs) and it gets TLDraw content quickly gained popularity,” Ruiz told Techcrunch.
TLraw has raised $2.7 million in a seed round, led by Lux Capital. Participation also came from Amplify Partners and Sabrina Hahn. Guillermo Rauch of Vercel Ventures and NP-Hard Ventures. Other investors included soloBadr Farooqi, Michael Stoppelmann, Tom Preston Werner, Adam Wiggins from Musa, Brian Lovin from Campsite, David Khurshid from Stately.ai, Cristóbal Valenzuela from Runway ML, Johannes Schickling from Prisma.
The company has five full time employees. It currently does not earn any revenue, other than the money donated to it by GitHub sponsors. The startup plans to focus on licensing and support in order to generate revenue. Ruiz said the team may have some features — such as collaboration tools between team members — behind the paywall.
Developer tools and the way forward
TLDraw is open to all, but developers can also use the tools offered by the company to integrate their canvas. Think of it as “Whiteboard-as-a-service”.
Ruiz stated to TechCrunch that he was creating the platform to allow anyone to create on the collaborative boards using all the basic tools available.
“The current suite of whiteboard apps assumes that if you’re working on an unlimited board, you’re only working on visual components. But with TLDraw, we wanted to give importance to all kinds of formats,” he said.
The founder of the startup said that existing tools offer a unique take on collaborative design, and are difficult to customize to suit the company’s needs. TLDraw provides a solid starting point for teams in terms of collaborative design and interaction design.
TLDraw is already used in quite a few projects. There are some great web-based drawing tools like MacPaintAnd the okay thenTLDraw has also been used by developers to create story-building tools such a LengendKeeperAnd the worlddanvilleLike Dungeons and Dragons. Platform for artificial intelligence-based video production fedextUse it as a canvas for your virtual classroom. BigBlueButtonUse it with the whiteboard tool in its category.
The company is working towards open-source. New beta version of TLDrawwebsite, as well as porting all collaborative versions of the Visual Studio Code plugin to it. The startup also plans to add additional features, such as rulers, object list, and animations, based on community feedback.
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