TableNodes are used to represent all major classes in the diagram library. The prototype of each class is questioned for a list of the available properties. After the diagram was built, the tree layout is applied to arrange it.
The sample demonstrates what anchor patterns are, how to create your own anchor patterns or load one of the predefined and how to apply them on diagram nodes.
The sample teaches you how to use the Animation object to achieve effective diagram rendering. You can test various animation and easing types applied on a flowchart that is built dynamically based on user input.
Container nodes are used to demonstrate how you can group and sort items using the ContainerNode object. Containers can be folded, styled and participate in layout algorithms just like the other ShapeNode types.
A presentation of the auxiliary controls that go with the diagram library - Overview, NodeListView control and Zoom control.
Build a tree dynamically and let users expand or collapse tree branches. In addition, the sample demonstrates how to apply and customize the tree layout.
A complete ready-to-use diagramming application that initializes with a flowchart built in code. Users can customize the diagram nodes, add / delete nodes and save / load diagram through localSotrage.
The fractal layout is used to arrange a randomly generated diagram. This algorithm places child nodes symmetrically around their parent node and the result diagram has fractal-like appearance. Each graph subset looks like a scaled-down version of the whole graph.
The diagram's lane grid is used to render a Gantt chart where grid columns are painted differently. Each newly created flowchart item is aligned automatically to a lane chosen by the user.
The layered layout algorithm is applied on a randomly generated graph with large number of nodes. The layout aims to order nodes at similar distance from the root in layers.
Three table nodes with numerous cells and rows demonstrate how you can apply the apabilities of the library to span rows, columns and create links between table rows of your choice.
An overview of the stock shapes available with the library. Besides a large set of ready-to-use flowchart node shapes, you can create your own shapes and save them.
SvgNode objects are created here to imitate vehicles on a parking place. The background of each node is a SvgImage, the background of the diagram is a png image file.
Users can drag nodes from the NodeListView control to the left and drop them onto each other. The newly created nodes automatically get arranged using the TreeLayout algorithm. The final result is a graph imitating a tree where each node is a leaf.
The treemap layout uses given weigh value for each node as a guide about the size of each rectangular node it draws. A second criteria determines the coloring of the nodes.
A basic guide on how to build diagram nodes and links from jason data and how to apply the layered layout on the new graph.
Here you read information for the flowchart from json data and arrange the newly created diagram with the BorderedTreeLayout.
Here a custom node class is used that exposes some new properties in addition to the ones defined by DiagramNode and implements its own drawing logic.
In addition to custom node class, this tutorial adds clipboard operations: copy, cut, paste, undo and redo. The custom nodes are added to a NodeListView control and users can drag and drop them.