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Success Stories

Here are a few winning examples from fellow Rappid users like yourself. We hope they inspire you to create something amazing!
Problem: We wanted to help users visualize the data they were working with inside our software, which consists of hundreds of modules.

Solution: We decided to use a framework which enables drag and drop BPMN design and implementation. After trying the 30 day demo we found that Rappid was exactly what we were looking for. We didn’t have to outsource the project, and the free open source demo already resembled the desired product

Bottom Line: We saved a tremendous amount of time by using Rappid, and we're confident about continuing to use it in the future.  Read the full story here.
Problem: I needed a diagramming framework to build a business tool that we had prototyped in Eclipse (GMF) as a SaaS product.

Solution: I had originally used Eclipse GMF, but then it ceased development (I also looked at Oryx).  But in the end Rappid provided the best diagramming framework and in a format that works with a node/backbone/mongo environment.

Bottom Line: Spend some time playing with JointJS and Rappid to prototype what you want to do, then go for it!
Problem: We were searching for an efficient method to draw electrical network diagram.

Solution: Being a javascript library, we found Rappid was easier to adapt for a web development team and that it is very easy to use. We've realized significant productivity gains by using Rappid.

Bottom Line: Rappid is an excellent javascript based drawing library with a lot of plugins for additional features
Problem: We needed an easy, graphical way to design our processes.

Solution: Rappid has allowed us to create a two-layered system, define nodes for states, activities, actions, event handlers, and enter details using the inspector. It's had a measurable impact on our process overviews, resulting in faster process designs and modifications.

Bottom Line: If your problem can be viewed as linked nodes, with each node having a set of properties, then buy Rappid.