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Toolkit Edition
The Toolkit edition wraps the Community edition with a comprehensive data binding layer, as well as several UI widgets for building applications and integrations for popular libraries, and is commercially licensed.

LayoutsProvides a demonstration of the various layouts available.
Hierarchy Layout (Multiple Roots)An example of how to render a hierarchical layout with multiple root nodes from JSON data
Multiple RenderersAn example of how to render the same dataset in several different views
Path TracingAn example of the path tracing functionality
Active FilteringAn example of the ways you can dynamically disable targets based upon the source that is being dragged
Database VisualizerDatabase visualizer sample application
Flowchart BuilderFlowchart builder sample application
Node GroupsDemonstration of the Group functionality
Angular 1.x IntegrationAn example of the Toolkit's Angular 1.x integration support
Angular IntegrationAn example of the Toolkit's Angular integration, using Angular CLI
Database Visualizer - AngularAn example of the Toolkit's Angular integration, using Angular CLI
Angular SkeletonA basic example of the Toolkit's Angular integration, using Angular CLI
React IntegrationAn example of the Toolkit's React integration
React SkeletonAn example of the Toolkit's React integration
Vue 2 Integration (CLI 3)An example of the Toolkit's Vue 2 integration support in a project created with Vue CLI 3
Vue 2 Integration (legacy)An example of the Toolkit's Vue 2 integration support, using Vue as a global object on the window
Groups (Angular 1.x)An example of the Groups functionality, using Angular 1.x integration
Groups (Angular)An example of the Groups functionality, using Angular integration (with CLI) and Typescript
SkeletonApp Skeleton for create app task.


Community Edition
The Community edition is a view technology only. It is open-source and MIT/GPLv2 licensed.

FlowchartExample of using the Flowchart connectors
State MachineExample of how to use the 'StateMachine' connectors, with elements as drag sources and targets
Drag and DropThe original jsPlumb drag and drop example
Perimeter AnchorsA simple example demonstrating the 'Perimeter' anchor type
Hierarchical ChartSimple hierarchical chart (without automatic layout)
Sources and TargetsAn example of using elements as drag sources and targets
Dynamic AnchorsAn example showing the 'Dynamic' anchor type
AnimationSimple example demonstrating jsPlumb's `animate` method
GroupsDemonstrates the various options for defining and working with Groups