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Diagramming Components for HTML5/Canvas, by Northwoods Software®

Diagramming Components for HTML5/Canvas, by Northwoods Software®
GoJS is a feature-rich JavaScript library for implementing interactive diagrams across modern web browsers and platforms. GoJS makes constructing diagrams of complex nodes, links, and groups easy with customizable templates and layouts. GoJS offers many advanced features for user interactivity such as drag-and-drop, copy-and-paste, in-place text editing, templates, data binding and models, transactional state and undo management, palettes, overviews, event handlers, commands, and an extensible tool system for custom operations. GoJS is pure JavaScript, so users get interactivity without requiring round-trips to servers and without plugins. GoJS normally runs completely in the browser, rendering to an HTML5 Canvas element or SVG without any server-side requirements. GoJS does not depend on any JavaScript libraries or frameworks, so it should work with any HTML or JavaScript framework or with no framework at all. When upgrading to a newer version, please read the Change Log.

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