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mxGraph

mxGraph is a JavaScript library that uses built-in browser capabilities to provide an interactive drawing and diagramming solution. Target applications are Web based applications that require workflow/BPM, diagram, network, or general graph editing to be available in-place on a Web page.

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  •  25 Jan 2013 14:05

    Release Notes: This release makes a number of improvements to the hierarchical layout in JavaScript.

    •  08 Jul 2012 20:21

      Release Notes: This release makes minor fixes in the Java and .NET back-ends.

      •  21 May 2012 21:52

        Release Notes: This release adds style options for dash patterned edges and fixes minor bugs. Full source code is now available to download and from a git repository.

        •  20 Apr 2012 15:48

          Release Notes: The tree layout in Java and JavaScript now traverses groups correctly. A destroy function has been added to mxOutline for performance improvements. A new auto-panning feature has been added to the JavaScript client.

          •  05 Apr 2012 11:10

            Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which caused non-integer values for the width and height of mxStencils to create errors in the Java backend, a number of problems related to HTML labels embedded using the "no foreign objects" settings, and a bug which caused markers not to be filled correctly according to the style in Java.

            Recent comments

            26 Jan 2013 21:54 simog

            Not free. Does not belong here.

            21 Mar 2009 07:58 nicc777

            This app has some real potential - I wish for an open source version :-)

            12 Nov 2007 11:09 BessyBoo

            Re: Diagrams don't work everywhere


            > Unfortunately, the "diagrams that

            > just work everywhere" say

            > "browser is not supported"

            > when used with Mozilla 1.7.13.

            Mozilla 1.7.13 is end of life and Mozilla have recommended switching to Firefox. We don't support end of life products, this is standard practice.

            17 Oct 2007 08:50 ktistec

            Diagrams don't work everywhere
            Unfortunately, the "diagrams that just work everywhere" say "browser is not supported" when used with Mozilla 1.7.13.

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