In this blog post we are going to look at the steps required to run the MindFusion Diagramming library for ASP.NET MVC under a Linux server.
We have released the new FlowChart.NET for public beta testing a few weeks ago. Diagramming for WinForms V7.0, as its the official name, offers some appealing new features. The most eye-catching is certainly the ability to animate nodes or the entire diagram.
Nodes can be animated in a variety of ways.
In this article we are looking at the steps you need to make to build this beautiful, interactive map:
The map has several layers and markers in the cities that hosted the football world cup tournament. Optionally, users can show info labels that describe the tournament year and the winner.
In this blog post we will build a simple scheduler with several timelines. We are using MindFusion Scheduling library for WinForms and Visual Studio with .NET6.0
I. Project Setup and General Settings
We create a new empty WinForms project in Visual Studio. We choose .NET6.0. Then we open the Form Editor. From the Visual Studio top menu bar we click “Project -> Manage NuGet Packages…”. In the Browse tab we search for “MindFusion.Scheduling”. You can install either the Scheduling package or the whole MindFusion.Pack.Winforms, if you plan to use more MindFusion controls.
We present you a table of a football championship, created with MindFusion org chart plugin.