Cytoscape.js 2.0.0 is available here.

This version of the tool, according to the developers, performs better than Cytoscape Web, includes built-in support for touch devices, gesture support, core extensions, UI plugins, and an intuitive API modeled after jQuery among other updates.

Also available from the Cytoscape app store are two GPU-accelerated plugins for Cytoscape 2.6.x, 2.7.x, and 2.8.x.

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