Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Re: Diagramming Library


These links might also be of interest:

- http://code.google.com/p/oryx-editor/
- http://code.google.com/p/signavio-core-components/

- http://www.signavio.com/en.html


On Feb 28, 3:11 pm, keven <keven.tru...@gmail.com> wrote:
> David Vree <david.h.vree@...> writes:
> > Does anyone know of a GWT-based diagramming tool for creating visio-
> > like diagrams?
> > I found a javascript library called mxGraph, which *seems* perfect:
> >http://www.jgraph.com/mxgraph.html
> > But it doesn't have a GWT wrapper and in their documentation they say
> > this:
> > "In summary, consider GWT for simpler projects, but be careful of
> > placing to much emphasis on it as a tool that avoids having to learn
> > JavaScript properly."
> > Not making me feel warm and fuzzy there.....  And the $6k price tag is
> > a bit much....
> You can use draw2d and gef(eclipse Graphical Editing Framework) to develop your
> GWT Diagram App Now.
> look at this:http://code.google.com/p/trufun-webrcp/
> the GWT framework with completely open source based on html5 technology, is used
> to transplant eclipse RCP to GWT WEB.

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