Northwoods Software Announces GoXam 1.0 for Silverlight and WPF

By Northwoods Software, PRNE
Monday, November 16, 2009

For software developers who are building diagram-based user interfaces for Microsoft.NET

NASHUA, New Hampshire, November 17 - Northwoods Software today announced the first public release of its new
GoXam family of products. GoXam allows developers to easily add interactive
diagrams to their WPF and Silverlight applications.

GoXam was designed from the beginning to fully support Microsoft XAML and
is the first diagram component to fully take advantage of data-binding,
templates, and styling. As a result, data templates completely define the
appearance and behavior of all nodes, links, and groups. The templates bind
to application data. In addition, the whole diagram is bound to a model that
automatically examines the application data and determines the node-to-node
relationships (links) and the group-membership relationships. The model helps
keep the diagram in synch with your data without requiring explicit

GoXam offers dramatic increases in programmer productivity as well as
improving the visual quality and increasing the performance of the resulting

On-line samples can be viewed and run by visiting

Free trial software is available from

For more information on Northwoods GoDiagram products, please visit:

Northwoods Software Corporation, founded in 1994, was the first company
to provide diagramming components for Microsoft.NET. Since its founding,
Northwoods Software has grown to become one of the world's leading suppliers
of interactive diagram components and class libraries. Northwoods prides
itself on quality software design and excellent technical support.

GoDiagram and Northwoods Software are trademarks of Northwoods Software
Corporation, Microsoft and Microsoft .NET are trademarks of Microsoft

Scott Smith of Northwoods Software, +1-603-886-9173 or +1-800-434-9820, gosales at

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