Buildap Component Based Development tool / News: Recent posts

Buildap 0.7 is now available

New version is available now. Please check what is new section at our web site because it has many major improvements over prevouse versions

Posted by Hovhannes Avoyan 2006-02-13

SVG Editor 1.0 for Eclipse IDE

SVG Editor plugin is now available for Eclipse IDE. It allows to browse and edit SVG code directly in the Eclipse environment. Please download it at

Posted by Hovhannes Avoyan 2006-01-21

Buildap 0.4.0

New version 0.4.0 released. Includes standalone version and Netbeans plugin. Major improvements. Stable.

Posted by Hovhannes Avoyan 2005-09-23

buildap 0.2.6

buildap 0.2.6 is available. Some bugs fixed connected with inoutpin's array format hanging etc. + image export added for SVG format, and other misselanios things

Posted by Hovhannes Avoyan 2004-11-20

Buildap 0.2.4 is available

Buildap 0.2.4 Netbeans plugin is now available for download. Currently it is functionally complete for development of parts (components) and visually assembly of applications from library or newly developed parts.

Posted by Hovhannes Avoyan 2004-10-22

Graph Editor 0.7

New Version of Graph Editor is available for download.

What is new in this version:

Completely redesigned. It is now based on Circuit Board component framework which will will make it much more flexible and customizable

Netbeans tree integrated

Netbeans property panel integrated (read only)

Supports zoom, undo, export, tumbnail view.

Posted by Hovhannes Avoyan 2004-03-06

GraphEditor 0.6 is available

GraphEditor 0.6 Netbeans plugin is now available for download. It is also listed at modules catalog.

Posted by Hovhannes Avoyan 2003-10-29

SVG Plugin for NetBeans realised

SVG Plugin 0.9 for NetBeans released. It is a part of VCB project but can be used as Scalable Vector Graphics viewer and editor within Netbeans IDE.

Posted by Hovhannes Avoyan 2003-09-03

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