Thanks! For now it's a very thin wrapper around the network module of vis.js. Vis.js does all the hard work here, I mostly configured it with all the right settings that make sense in this case (and added some icons).
Thanks for mentioning those! I've heard of both but haven't given them an extensive look yet. I do like the idea of the documentation being actual code, but some specialized markup like these libraries use of course also has a lot of advantages.
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