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JGraph X Beta Initial Release

The first public beta of the new JGraph Swing architecture

JGraph X (, the new Java Swing Diagramming Library, has been released in beta form. JGraph X is based on the mxGraph architecture, a re-designed core based on 7 years of JGraph experience. The library will be available under the LGPL, as well as there being an extended, commercially-support, version at the 1.0 release later this year.

The new library API is designed to provide a much lower learning curve as well as making the feature set easier to extend and integrate. Sharing the model code base of mxGraph (, the web diagramming library, enabling applications written in Java to be more easily ported to mxGraph-based web applications.

Overall, JGraph X provides more features that JGraph, with a far smaller code size and complexity. Redesigning the codebase from scratch now means implementing common feature extensions are easier and require less coding. A number of new loosely coupled application-centric features have been added, making prototyping even faster, without their usage restricting application flexibility.

Full source code and demonstration are both available on the web site, as well as a support forum.

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