Article about integrating PlantUML into Javascript/Ruby

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asked Jan 15 in Question / help by sashee

I've recently went down the road of integrating PlantUML with Jekyll and, on a separate project, Javascript. The existing solutions usually fired up a server for every single diagram and that quickly took too much time. So I decided to use the CLI and used the stdin/stdout to send/receive the diagrams.

I've amended the documentation with missing pieces, that were required to build a robust solution.

A few weeks ago I wrote an article detailing the exact process and what arguments are needed to make it work. I believe it could be useful for people looking for usages of the CLI.

You can find the article on this url: https://advancedweb.hu/how-to-integrate-plantuml-into-other-software/ . If you find it useful I'd be thrilled if you'd put a link to it in the docs.

I know I can edit the wiki myself, but that might be considered spamming and that's why I'm writing in this forum. Feel free to close this question if not appropriate.

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answered Jan 15 by plantuml (214,040 points)
Many thanks for your contributions!

We will update the website soon, with your addition about command line.

Regarding your article, which is indeed interesting, maybe we can add a link in https://plantuml.com/external-links ?
commented Jan 15 by sashee
Great, that would be awesome!
commented Jan 16 by plantuml (214,040 points)
It's done !

Thanks again
commented Jan 16 by sashee
Awesome, thank you!
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