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Fruity Framework

Fruity is an extensible framework that easily adds rendering for scalable graphics to an application. It supports all Java shape primitives (lines, rectangles, arcs, etc.) in addition to images. Just add the objects to a 'world', and Fruity will handle all the scaling/panning and rendering to the screen or printer. Graphical attributes may also be defined in an efficient and flexible manner. The framework may be used to create a viewer/editor for 2D vector graphics files, such as HPGL or CGM (like the CGMViewer project).


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  •  18 Apr 2002 09:02

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