yWorks releases version 1.4 of the ActionScript™ class library yFiles FLEX!
The new release adds support for client-side folding operations, i.e. interactive expanding and collapsing of group nodes.
Also, it introduces bridges for edge crossings, an interactive magnifier tool (local zoom), and an enhanced navigation input mode that enables node selection using the cursor keys.
Version 3.4 of the free diagramming tool yEd released!
This version brings comprehensive support for Swimlane diagrams which comprises visual representation, user interaction, and support for automatic layout.
New swimlane nodes provide row and column representations for swimlanes to which nodes can be added, and a dedicated Swimlane layout algorithm automatically arranges Swimlane diagrams.
Version 3.3 of the free diagramming tool yEd released!
This version brings support for so-called snap lines that enable instant alignment of graph elements, which make editing a diagram easier than ever, and for interactively creating and editing orthogonal edges.
Also, a new mechanism that allows for direct feedback has been added to yEd.
yWorks releases version 2.0 of the yFiles WPF library for visualization of diagrams and networks.
yFiles WPF 2.0 no longer depends on J# assemblies. Both Layout API and Viewer API have been revised.
yWorks releases version 1.3.2 of the ActionScript™ class library yFiles FLEX!
This release supports automatic GraphML serialization/deserialization of custom data objects between client and server and enables node and label representation by means of MXML template components. Also, yFiles FLEX now provides simplified print customization and poster printing support.
yWorks releases version 3.2 of the yFiles.NET library for visualization of diagrams and networks.
yFiles.NET 3.2 no longer depends on J# assemblies.
Version 3.2 of the free diagramming tool yEd released!
This version supports a new diagram export option "HTML Flash Viewer" that combines a GraphML file with an Adobe® Flash® Player-based viewer for its display.
Also, a new section "Current Elements" in the Palette tool window shows representatives of the current kinds of nodes and edges from the displayed graph.