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yEd Graph Editor Version 3.2

02.23.2009
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Java Graph Editor Application gets a major update

yWorks is proud to announce immediate availability of yEd graph editor version 3.2, the new release of its versatile diagramming application that can be used to easily create, view, and layout diagrams and networks.

Working with multiple graphs simultaneously

New Features

Version 3.2 adds exciting new features, like an Adobe® Flash® Player-based export option that enables export of graphs to standard GraphML format together with a wrapping HTML page and a SWF file.
A new "Current Elements" section in the Palette tool window dynamically presents the current kinds of nodes and edges from the displayed graph.
Also, new configuration options for graph editing are available.

yEd makes full use of the yFiles graph visualization library. It exhibits many of the features available in this outstanding Java class library which features analysis, automatic layout, and visualization of diagrams, networks, and graphs.

Download yEd version 3.2 now and experience world-class diagramming for yourself!

About yWorks

yWorks specializes in professional software solutions for the visualization of diagrams and graphs. Our yFiles product family offers high-quality diagramming for Java and .NET applications as well as for browser applications based on Adobe™ Flex™ or AJAX technology.
The extensive yFiles Java class library and the .NET class libraries yFiles.NET and yFiles WPF deliver state-of-the-art component technology which can easily be integrated into Java applications, servlets, and applets, and Windows Forms, ASP.NET, and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications, respectively.
Our web products yFiles FLEX and yFiles AJAX are a perfect fit for web-based diagramming applications that use state-of-the art web technologies.

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