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Web based drawing tool

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I am looking for a component to allow me to drag and drop icons, text, lies etc and rotate/move them once placed. A drawing tool to make flowcharts and practice drills etc.

My application is written in C# asp.net 4.0 but I can use anything within.

I have found a company called Northwoods which puts out the type of product I need but it is pretty pricey.

Anyone know of others? Directions to look? I don't mind paying if it is worth it but I really have nothing to compare to.

Cheers and thanks
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Thanks!! Did not end up using either one but the reading led me to goJS.com, looks like it fits the bill.

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