JGraph is a Swing-based component for building, displaying, and manipulating graphs. Now that this article has introduced you to that component, you can start creating your own graph-enabled applications. Because there is more to JGraph than this article has presented, I encourage you to obtain and study JGraph’s source code—and to purchase the commercial version, which includes the user manual.
Beyond JGraph, you might be interested in obtaining a 30-day evaluation version of JGraph Layout Pro, a product that extends JGraph with sophisticated graph layouts (geometric patterns). You might also be interested in purchasing the JGraph-based diagram editor framework that speeds up application development, JGraphpad Pro.
The final article in this series will introduce you to JGoodies.