AddFlow for .NET adds VS2010 support

Version 2.3 also supports 64-bit and adds pan feature and Bentley-Ottmann link intersection algorithm.
October 21, 2010 - 16:15
Feature Release

AddFlow for .NET lets you quickly build flowchart enabled applications like workflow diagrams, database diagrams, communication networks, organizational charts, process flow, state transitions diagrams, telephone call centers, CRM (Customer Relationship Management), expert systems, graph theory, quality control diagrams, etc. Addflow for .NET supports distinct colors, fonts, shapes, styles, pictures, text, and so on for each object of the flow chart diagram (node or link). Addflow for .NET also supports custom shapes, metafiles, serialization, multi-level undo/redo, print, zoom, Bezier and spline curves, reflexive links, link jumps, link autorouting, multiselection, scrolling, user data association and more. Royalty free redistribution and many samples included for Visual Basic .NET (VB.NET) and C#. 64 bits Compatible.

Updates in V2.3.0.1

  • The full product has been regenerated with VS2010 on a 64-bit machine
  • Bentley-Ottmann algorithm to quickly find the link intersections
  • Pan feature

About Lassalle Technologies

Lassalle Technologies is a publisher of software components that was founded in 1997. The company is committed to creating powerful flowcharting/diagramming components. AddFlow is its main product and is available in both ActiveX and .NET editions. AddFlow is very well positioned in the ComponentSource Top 50 Best Sellers. Lassalle Technologies also provides graph layout components which automatically display graphs or flow charts, following aesthetic rules (hierarchic, symmetric, orthogonal, etc.) Currently over 2,000 companies in 60 countries, use Lassalle Technologies products.

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