JGraph is a graph drawing open source software component written in the Java programming language; started by Gaudenz Alder as a University project in 2000 at ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
The original design for JGraph was to make it an architectural extension of JTr.
The initial public release of JGraph was in May 2002.
After the JGraph 5.x branch the project took the version numbering from mxGraph, since the two projects shared API by version.
This branch, named JGraphX, started again from release 1.0.
The summarized history of JGraphX since public release is available in the library change log.
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