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|Dundas Software: Ultimate
Diagram provides the fundamental building blocks to create a
Visio like user interface, customizable organization charts, image mark
up tools, and other applications using a canvas and object metaphor.
Ultimate Diagram is so powerful that you can use it instead of VISIO to
meet your diagramming needs. Unlike VISIO, Ultimate Diagram is an
extensible MFC library.
is a 32 bits ActiveX control. It has been written with Visual C++ 6.0 and
it is a MFC (Microsoft Foundation Class) based ActiveX control.
An AddFlow diagram is a set
of objects that can be linked each other.
Wave Stingray: Objective Views: Objective Views offers a fully
MFC-compatible, object-oriented framework for creating applications that
allows users to visually work with data. [...] You can allow your users to
add objects to a layout from a palette (just like Visio®) and to create
hierarchies, connections, and containers. With Objective Views you
can develop any application that includes a drawing surface and
interaction with graphical objects quickly and effectively.
|LTS CadoDraw is a system of Delphi components which is primarily programmed using settings in [Delphi's] Object Inspector. CadoDraw consists of - a drawing canvas to display graphical objects in different scales; - 4 types of object generators for generating various objects via mouse handling or via function call; - an editing tool, which enables the user of your application to edit the generated objects via mouse handling; - two data modules to store and organize the objects generated (different layers possible); - a printer component for printing out the graphics generated (cutout and print scale can be determined); - a component to show rulers on the drawing canvas; - additional components like the object generator for polygon areas. The number and combination of components used is practically unlimited.|
|Software Farm: Java for your Eyes. An assorment of diagram-related tools for Java.|
Article Created: 2000-08-24 Last edit: Last edit: 01-03-20 Graham Wideman
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