Merge pull request #321 from pslocom/patch-1
Fix Date for 4.0.0 Release in ChangeLog
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Note this is the release repo. The development repo is on Bitbucket, but we cannot work out how to submit PRs there, so send them here and we’ll merge if review approves.
If you want to build something like draw.io, GraphEditor is the best example to use as a base.
The npm build is here
mxGraph supports IE 11, Chrome 43+, Firefox 45+, Safari 9.1.x, 10.1.x and 11.0.x, Opera 30+, Native Android browser 5.1.x+, the default browser in the current and previous major iOS versions (e.g. 11.x and 10.x) and Edge 31+.
mxGraph uses no third-party software, it requires no plugins and can be integrated in virtually any framework.
We do not provide commercial support. If you are looking for a commercially supported diagramming library, we recommend yFiles HTML. Their layouting and routing algorithms, in particular, are the best out there.
mxGraph is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license. We do not sell any other license, nor do we have an option for paid support.
We created mxGraph in 2005 as a commercial project and it ran through to 2016 that way. Our USP was the support for non-SVG browsers, when that advantage expired we moved onto commercial activity around draw.io. mxGraph is pretty much feature complete, production tested in many large enterprises and stable for many years. We actively fix bugs and make minor improvements since it comprises the base of our draw.io stack.