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  • From: Osmar Cavalcante <osmarjrpixuri AT>
  • To: graphstream-users AT, guilhelm savin <guilhelm.savin AT>
  • Subject: Re: GraphStream in WEB
  • Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2015 16:41:05 -0300

I think ngraph.js is a great choice for such project! It uses WebGL and is graph oriented too.

2015-04-16 5:25 GMT-03:00 guilhelm savin <guilhelm.savin AT>:

I do not see any reason that prevent to embed a View in an applet. However, security of Java applet could be a problem....

We are still thinking about a web view, like the one we start with the w3sink project, but nothing completed for now.
D3JS is a good framework, but since it uses the dom for the graph structure, displaying big graph could turn your computer into a heater. You can have a look to threejs,it uses WebGL, and so it is maybe more efficient for big objects.

We are interested in any step you can make in this way !

Hope it helps...

Le mer. 15 avr. 2015 à 01:32, Prof. Ademir Gabardo <ademir.gabbardo AT> a écrit :

If I was in your position I wouldn’t use Java.
I would get the graph structure an use _javascript_ with HTML to show.
Like these examples:


I think you can generate an Applet project with Java, but not sure if you can embed the viewer into an applet.
Let’s see if someone else came with a better idea.





De: Константин Д [mailto:4581269 AT]
Enviada em: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 9:24 AM
Para: graphstream-users AT
Assunto: GraphStream in WEB


Hello !


I am a student from Armenia. I have one question depends on GraphStream. 

I use it in my course work. How can I  demonstrate graph in a browser using java?

Thank you beforhand.


Best Regards,


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