yWorks releases GraphMLViewer 1.2, the freely available Flash®-based viewer for GraphML files!
This version supports BPMN symbols and improves handling of multi-line labels.
Version 3.5 of the free diagramming tool yEd released!
This version brings support for import of Microsoft Excel® files to create graphs, as well as a new section in the Palette tool window that adds high-quality symbols for the Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN).
Furthermore, arbitrary, user-defined properties for nodes and edges of a graph and the graph itself are supported. The new properties are displayed in the Properties view and are accounted for when saving and loading graphs (GraphML file format).
yWorks releases version 1.4.1 of the ActionScript™ class library yFiles FLEX.
This version offers a Flex 4 compatible client library, as well as additional documentation and demo applications that show how to use yFiles FLEX with the new Flex 4 SDK.
yWorks releases version 1.0 of the yFiles for Silverlight library for visualization and automatic layout of diagrams and networks.
This new product provides powerful diagramming components for the Microsoft Silverlight framework based on the proven yFiles technology.
In addition to first-class automatic layout and graph analysis algorithms, yFiles for Silverlight features powerful Controls for visualizing and editing graphs and diagrams.
yWorks releases version 1.3 of yFiles AJAX!
This version is based on Dojo 1.4.0 and uses yFiles for Java 2.7.
It brings new client-side functionality for highlighting graph elements, improves presentation when updating image tiles, and introduces many new configuration options.
Coming soon: yWorks announces yFiles for Silverlight
Coming soon: yWorks announces yFiles for Silverlight, the graph visualization library for the Microsoft Silverlight 3 framework based on the proven yFiles technology.
yWorks releases version 2.7 of the graph visualization library yFiles for Java.
With this release, yFiles for Java adds comprehensive support for Swimlane diagrams comprising visual representation, user interaction, and support for automatic layout.
So-called local views enable displaying specific information related to selected nodes or edges, like, e.g. neighborhood or contents of folder nodes.