I've used http://jsplumbtoolkit.com and intergrated that library into my 
wicket application without too much work.
It also allows for partial updates or complete repaints depending on the HTML 
structure that's currently rendered in the browser.

Of course it depends on the requirements but this library is pretty flexible in 
it's usage.
I've created a MS Project/Gantt like interface with Wicket & jsPlumb and it's 
working very well, even with larger data sets.
And it has different render strategies, depending on the browser. Canvas or SVG 
or VML for IE.


On Monday, July 29, 2013 04:32:42 PM Marco Di Sabatino Di Diodoro wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm implementing a Dashboard with Apache Wicket.
> In the Dashboard I need to display a diagram with blocks and arrows that
> changes over time.
> Can you suggest me a graphic library that allows me to draw inside Apache
> Wicket?
> Thanks,
> BR
> M

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