We are pleased to announce the a release of the Systems Biology Workbench 2.8.2, available from:
The Systems Biology Workbench (SBW), is a software framework that allows heterogeneous application components-written in diverse programming languages and running on different platforms - to communicate and use each other's capabilities via a fast binary encoded-message system. Our goal was to create a simple, high performance, open-source software infrastructure which is easy to implement and understand. SBW enables applications (potentially running on separate, distributed computers) to communicate via a simple network protocol.
The interfaces to the system are encapsulated in client-side libraries that we provide for different programming languages.
Major changes in this release:
- Updated JDesigner
- Improved event support in RoadRunner,
- Support of SBGN-ML (from SBML Layout)
- Support of SED-ML L1V1 (from the Simulation Tool)
For a full list of changes see:
As always we appreciate any feedback from users send to: