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NetworkView: A WPF custom control for visualizing and editing networks, graphs and flow-charts

, 2 Aug 2012 CPOL
This article examines the use and implementation of a WPF custom control that is used to display and edit networks, graphs and flow-charts.
NetworkViewSampleCode
AdornedControl
Properties
AdvancedSample
NetworkModel
Properties
Properties
Resources
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scissors.png
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NetworkUI
Properties
Themes
SimpleSample
NetworkModel
Properties
Properties
Resources
block_16.png
tick_16.png
Utils
Properties
ZoomAndPan
Properties
Themes

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Ash is professional software developer from Brisbane, Australia.

After many years in game development (and a few in finance) he is now a developer of serious games, simulations and VR experiences. He also develops cloud and mobile products.

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