The bezier connectors can get ugly when the endpoints are near each other-- making a sort of "N" shape. I assume this is because there's a control point offset a certain distance from the actual endpoint, but could that shrink as the total offset decreases?
For the flocwchart connectors demo, the connection "4 - 3" would be easier to follow with one corner instead of three.
BTW. Does anyone know any good web based sql modeling tools? If not, jsplumb would be a good basis for the gui part.
Still, jsPlumb is pretty cool!
More native installs with embedded WebKit would be cool for getting it to mobile devices, though. I'm especially interested in HP TouchPad, as WebOS already ships Node.js, and so NoFlo might run fully on the device with quite small effort.
BTW, what FBP tool did you use, or did you roll your own? So far I've mostly looked at JavaFBP and C#FBP for inspiration.
It was a homemade system I made for a spreadsheet-like application. I never released it though, I should polish it a little and release it sometime when I have some spare time. The interface was very much inspired by SynthMaker, a little by LabView and Max/MSP, and of course JP Morrison's work.
It looks good, and is OK to use. The docs/examples could be cleaner. Unfortunately it seems a lot of things, like custom labels, etc. are not as simple as you'd expect.