This post allows reading up on Elasticdraw in the order it has been written about.
Another view is a list with excerpts, also in chronological order.
Involved in a product’s cycle from determining need to making product and taking it through versions through years, one’s point of view can change. Like sitting in a train passing cities, villages, and mountains, one’s point of view changes on approach, entering, and passing.
Making lasting documents doesn’t have to contradict agility, but conflicts occur. Of that I was reminded when switching
index.html of the technical User Guide of Adj (before starting work on Elasticdraw) from XHTML to HTML5, on a branch.
Traditionally building for endurance
For more than a decade I have preferred XML compliant documents, such as XHTML, because one
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Elasticdraw is the name of new software. The new software and team were started by the same person who had coded most of Adj.
Elasticdraw is available commercially since 2018, in multiple versions, also with supporting software, and related services.
We welcome contact with prospective clients, industry or professional partners, users, or contributors.
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A bit as if you were drawing on a whiteboard.
telescopicTree Adj’s elasticity works – Adj’s raison d’être.
Within and around
telescopicTree Adj’s ability to nest also works – a signature feature.
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Today’s attached example provides a glimpse at algorithm improvements an individual could contribute.
The open source Adj framework has a new command
pathArrow takes a path given as arrow shape and stretches and bends its shaft along another path given to follow.
pathArrow becomes most useful in conjunction with other features of Adj, such as commands
more: Automatic adjustment can work its magic where the arrow goes – relative to elements – and what it looks like.