2017-03-31

yWorks releases version 1.4 of the 1.x technology line of yFiles for HTML!

This version adds support for Sankey diagrams with their characteristic thick edges to the Hierarchic layout and brings improved support in the Hierarchic layout algorithm to maintain a user's mental map when collapsing and expanding group nodes in a diagram. There is also new support for layout of regular substructures in the Organic layout style and a new edge routing style in the Circular layout, Radial layout and the Tree layout algorithms, where edge paths are bundled to prevent visual clutter in diagrams.
With this version the feature set of the automatic layouts in the 1.x technology line of yFiles for HTML is on a par with yFiles for HTML 2.0.

2017-03-17

Version 3.17 of the free diagramming tool yEd released!

This version features more import support for the GraphML variants of our commercial yFiles diagramming libraries and new support for text matching using regular expressions.

2017-01-19

yWorks releases version 3.0 of the graph visualization library yFiles for JavaFX!

This new version brings a major update to the algorithms side with new automatic layout algorithms, new layout support, and many improvements of layout functionality. It features an overall improved and streamlined, more consistent API and adds CSS styling and support for native JavaFX controls in diagrams. Plus, there is new support for SVG export demonstrated and for high-quality BPM visualizations and automatic layout of BPMN diagrams.

2016-12-13

yWorks releases version 2.0 of yFiles for HTML!

This new version marks a major step and brings an extensively improved and streamlined API. Throughout the API there are more concise function names now and optional, default, and rest parameters can be used; there is support for "option"/object parameters in many places. ECMAScript 6 features like Promises and iterables are supported and also ECMAScript 6 and TypeScript class declarations.
The class and interface hierarchies have been simplified as well as the implementations for components, built-in styles, and input modes; working with nested/grouped graphs and configuration of layout algorithms has also been simplified.

2016-07-25

yWorks makes available the first version of yEd Live

yWorks makes available the first version of yEd Live, the browser version of the powerful yEd desktop graph and diagram editor application.

2016-07-15

Version 3.16 of the free diagramming tool yEd released!

This version features new import support for the GraphML variants of our commercial yFiles diagramming libraries and new options in the Hierarchical layout algorithm to handle edges and edge labels.

2016-04-27

yWorks releases version 2.13 of the yFiles for Java 2.x technology line.

The new version introduces improved support in the Hierarchic layout algorithm to maintain a user's mental map when collapsing and expanding group nodes in a diagram.

2016-04-04

yWorks releases yFiles for Java 3.0

yWorks releases yFiles for Java 3.0, the next-generation yFiles diagramming library for the Java Swing GUI toolkit.

2016-03-09

Version 3.15 of the free diagramming tool yEd released!

New in this version is support for a new edge routing style in the Circular and Radial layout algorithm as well as Balloon and all Directed Tree layout algorithms where edge paths are bundled to prevent visual clutter.

2015-10-12

yWorks releases version 1.9 of the ActionScript™ class library yFiles FLEX.

The new version (Java Server Bundle and Client Layout Extension) brings a new layout algorithm for radial layout that places nodes in a concentrical fashion, and the new series-parallel layout algorithm that is designed to handle two-terminal graphs.
The Balloon style tree layout algorithm brings new placement options and new integrated node labeling support. The tree layout algorithm provides new multi-parent support to handle local non-tree structures, and the hierarchical layout style brings new grid placement support for nodes and edges.
Also new is functionality to abort lengthy calculations of automatic layout algorithms.