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Welcome to this growing collection of resources for the programmable diagramming community. 

Visio 2003 Developer's Survival Pack

Now Available from Graham Wideman/Diagramantics

Whether you are a seasoned Visio solution developer using Automation via VBA or other languages, or you're just intrigued by the ShapeSheet environment, this book could make your life easier. Much easier!

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Visio 2002 Developer's Survival Pack

Still Available

Mostly subsumed into Visio 2003 Developer's Survival Pack. View Tables of Contents for comparison.

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Book Owners: Support info updated 2002-08-20

Visio 2000 Developer's Survival Guide

Still Available

Mostly subsumed into the newer editions, but may be of interest if looking for discussions and reference material specific to Visio 2000.

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Site Topic Areas

bullet Microsoft Visio
bullet Articles
bullet Resources, including Templates and Stencils
bullet Other Interesting  Diagramming Environments.
bullet Programmable Diagramming Software for end-users and solution developers
bullet Autodesk Actrix (RIP)
bullet Intergraph SmartSketch (formerly Imagineer).
bullet Not-so-Programmable Diagramming Software
bullet ConceptDraw: Skin-deep striking "resemblance" to Visio
bullet SmartDraw
bullet Diagramming components and libraries for developers
bullet Libraries 
bullet Diagramming and Semantics
bullet Articles to come


Diagramantics: The intersection of diagramming and semantics. Currently ripe for advancement thanks in part to the maturation of programmable drawing environments.

Diagram antics: Strategies and techniques for applying programmable diagramming environments to best effect; to capture and communicate structure and complexity in often delightful ways.

Originated: 2000-04-19   Last edit: 04-10-21 Graham Wideman