yFiles 2.6 Graph Library: Analysis, Automatic Layout, and Visualization
yFiles 2.6, the new major release of the outstanding class library for analysis, automatic layout, and visualization of diagrams, networks, and graphs is now available.
This major release includes new functionality, like, e.g.:
- swimlane layout for grouped graphs
- new stylish node painter implementations that provide a variety of visual representations for nodes
- new domain-specific layout algorithm suited for genealogical family trees
- comprehensive yEd Lite source code demo
- support for user-defined constrained node sequencing in hierarchical layouts that allows to specify nodes to be placed at the beginning or the end of their respective layer, or to be placed before/after a given reference node
- support for model-view relationships between a distinguished graph and an arbitrary number of so-called "satellite graphs" that can each be rendered in their own view
- layout and editing support for minimum size and maximum size constraints for nodes
- many layout improvements, great and small
For a detailed list on the new features and functionality, please read the
yFiles 2.6 release notes.
Test and experience the new features with a 30-day evaluation version
of yFiles 2.6
Also, please take a look at our gallery for an enjoyable collection of graph layouts automatically generated by yFiles layout algorithms.
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