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JavaScript diagramming library





JavaScript diagramming library

MIT License Language

build:? coverage:? Language grade: JavaScript

NPM Package NPM Downloads NPM Dependencies


# npm
$ npm install @antv/x6 --save

# yarn
$ yarn add @antv/x6


<div id="container" style="width: 600px; height: 400px"></div>
import { x6 } from '@antv/x6'

const container = document.getElementById('container')
const graph = x6.render(container, {
  nodes: [
      id: 'node-0',
      x: 60,
      y: 60,
      width: 80,
      height: 30,
      label: 'Hello',
      id: 'node-1',
      x: 240,
      y: 240,
      width: 80,
      height: 30,
      label: 'World',
  edges: [
      id: 'edge-0',
      source: 'node-0',
      target: 'node-1',
      label: 'Edge Label',


# install global yarn and lerna
$ npm install yarn -g
$ npm install lerna -g

# install dependencies
$ yarn bootstrap

# run tests
$ yarn test

# build 
$ yarn build

Experience Improvement Program Description

In order to serve the users better, x6 will send the URL and version information back to the AntV server:

Except for URL and x6 version information, no other information will be collected. You can also turn it off with the following code:



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