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I want to see if you guys are familiar with any Org Chart library for Angularjs, what I am trying to do is not complex, but should be with Angular and I don't want to do it from scratch, I need any library, and if its possible, responsible but not necessary.

I need to achieve something like this:

http://jointjs.com/demos/org

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Essential Diagram for JavaScript/Angular supports creating any kind of diagram including Org Charts. Here is an example.

The whole product is available for free through the community license if you qualify.

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Note: I work for Syncfusion.

  • Wow, $2k(!). Does the community license require attribution, such as branding? – Mawg Feb 10 '16 at 8:54
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    No. The community license has no requirements such as branding. We provide the full version as the community license as long as the entity using it qualifies. – Davis Jebaraj Feb 10 '16 at 13:28
  • Thanks for clarifying (+1). Could you please post a URL to the license, or explanation of who qualifies for the community license? This looks very well worth investigating. – Mawg Feb 10 '16 at 14:04
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    syncfusion.com/products/communitylicense#faq Individual developers or up to five users at companies with annual gross revenue below $1 million USD. – Davis Jebaraj Feb 10 '16 at 16:44
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Another commercial alternative to consider is yFiles for HTML:

It provides all the bells and whistles you could ever wish for in organization chart scenarios. See this simple online demo for an example of what it can do.

The library has great integration with Angular and AngularJS and you can make use of a complete TypeScript integration if you want to. This is highlighted in these demos.

Here is what it can look like, but the real power of the library is the customizability. You can change literally anything to exactly cover your specific requirements:

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Disclaimer: I work for the company that creates that library, however I do not represent my employer, here.

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