In this post we’ll review several ways to let users align diagram nodes. The sample code is for WPF, but similar properties and methods exist in MindFusion.Diagramming APIs for other platforms.Continue reading
In this post we’ll show one possible way of using MindFusion WPF Diagram with custom model objects, and will create a simple Sankey diagram as an example.Continue reading
In this blog post we will demonstrate how the developer can use validation, formulas and conditional formatting on cells in a spreadsheet. We will build a sample spreadsheet that calculates application score for students. The final mark is the sum of the points in chemistry and biology. The points in these majors can come from Olympics or a competition: the bigger is considered. The points from the Olympics need to be converted to match the scale of the points from the competition.
Here is the final application:
This tutorial demonstrates how to use the flexbox layout to arrange the various diagram controls that come with the diagram library for React. The controls we will arrange are DiagramView , NodeListView , Ruler , Overview, Zoomer and Ruler. This is a screenshot of the final application:
We build our project using the React framework and MindFusion diagram library for React available from https://www.npmjs.com/package/diagram-library-react.