The 2.3 beta can be installed as a package:
npm i gojs@beta
GoJS typically renders the Diagram to an HTML Canvas, and offers exporting the Diagram scene to image formats and SVG. In GoJS 2.3, the library now supports rendering to a live SVG context in addition to the default Canvas context. Visually there should be no changes, and performance will be faster when using the default Canvas context, but the SVG context may be useful for applications where DOM accessibility is paramount, either because users need to select and copy text, or because screen readers need access to all text in the application.
The new SVG rendering context comes with significant changes and upgrades to the GoJS SVG structure, including export SVG. For example, an object with a
clip-path would formerly point to a
<clippath> via URL, and now clipping paths are defined in-line. These changes make some
elementFinished code in Diagram.makeSVG potentially incompatible.
Version 2.3 adds LayeredDigraphLayout.alignOption as a potentially faster alternative to LayeredDigraphLayout.packOption. When using this option, nodes are assigned coordinates within their layers to produce more long vertically aligned blocks of nodes and small edge lengths.
- Added PathFigure.isEvenOdd - PathFigures now support the “even-odd” fill rule. This can be set with the new property PathFigure.isEvenOdd or when making SVG-like Path syntax, with the fill rule
F0(instead of the default
"F0 M 0 0 L 50 50 ...".
- Added Size.inflate.
- Bugfixes for shadow drawing when Shapes have a background set.
- Bugfixes for Table Panel separators when the Panel is scaled.
- Arguments passed to Diagram.scroll have been made consistent. Scrolling
'left'150 pixels will scroll left, but scrolling
'left'-150 pixels will scroll right.
- GraphObject.build now takes a third argument, which is passed to GraphObject.takeBuilderArgument, if used.