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If you have a project that uses Anti-Grain Geometry and want it to be listed on this page, please contact me. You can design a small button-like image of 88x31 pixels size, and provide a brief description of your company or project.

Enthought Inc. solves challenging business and scientific problems for customers through innovative and reliable software applications. Enthought Inc. uses Anti-Grain Geometry as a drawing back-end in their graphic toolkit.
Keep IT simple! This is the logo of REBOL. REBOL Technologies is a privately held, venture-funded company founded in 1997 by Carl Sassenrath. New graphic dialect in REBOL is based on Anti-Grain Geometry.
PDFNet is a library used to read, write, and edit PDF documents. Print and interactive view functionality is also included.
YellowBites is a software company focusing on the BeOS platform and was founded in July 2000 by Ingo Weinhold and Stephan Assmus. Stephan is the official AGG supporter for BeOS.
Institute of Cartography, ETH Zurich. Hansruedi Baer is the official suppoter of AGG for MacOS, Carbon API.
The main activities of OPaC bright ideas! are software and digital hardware development. OPaC was founded in 1995 by Pierre Arnaud.
The Visual Component Framework. It is an advanced C++ application framework that makes it easy to produce powerful C++ applications. The VCF uses AGG as a part of its graphic API.
Founded in 1997, Runtime Revolution focuses on bringing user-centric development to all major platforms: Macintosh, Windows, Linux, and Unix. Runtime Revolution uses Anti-Grain Geometry for simple SVG support on all platforms.
RealWorld Graphics is developing an extensible graphic editor, currently supporting 3D models, raster images, and Windows icons. AGG is used to draw smooth shapes and apply image transformations or special effects.
Nuonsoft is using AGG in their Wallpaper Cycler project to render desktop wallpapers with calendars, notes, RSS feeds.
Liberty Technology Systems, Inc. licenses CentraDoc, a library for reading/writing PostScript and PDF (soon to include SVG and XPS). They use Anti-Grain Geometry for the rendering component.
Liberty Technology Systems, Inc. sponsored the development of some parts of the library. See AGG Sponsors.
KSVG is an implementation of the World Wide Web Consortium's Scalable Vector Graphics recommendation. It is designed to be a plugin for the Konqueror web browser. KSVG uses AGG as the main rendering back end. And since KSVG is a part of KDE it means that AGG is included in all Linux packages with new KDE.
Chris Coyne created a small language for design grammars. These grammars are sets of non-deterministic rules to produce images. The images are surprisingly beautiful, often from very simple grammars. The bulk of Context Free is written in C++ and it uses AGG as the renderer for high fidelity anti-aliased drawing that is pixel identical on all three platforms, Windows, Macintosh, and Posix (command line). Visit the gallery: http://chriscoyne.com/gallery/
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