The DHTMLX widgets can be used with any server-side technology: PHP, Java, ASP.NET, Ruby, Grails, ColdFusion, Python, etc. To simplify client-server data communication, we offer special server-side connectors.
You can use the DHTMLX components bundled or standalone. The advantage of using the whole Suite is that the logic model of the components and the API creation approach are similar. This simplifies the understanding of the library and speeds up the development of web interfaces. Mutual integration of the DHTMLX components enables you to create complex web apps with less effort and time.
dhtmlxGantt allows you to create and edit interactive project management diagrams, also known as Gantt charts. With dhtmlxGantt, you can build a web-based replacement for project planning tools like MS Project.
dhtmlxConnector handles data connections between a server-side database and client-side DHTMLX components (dhtmlxGrid, dhtmlxTreeGrid, dhtmlxTree, dhtmlxCombo, dhtmlxScheduler), seamlessly loading and updating the content. Available for PHP, ASP.NET, Java, and ColdFusion.
PHP is probably one of the most popular programming languages. Especially if we talk about the web development. Following the intention to complexity reduction, dozens of PHP frameworks have been created. One of the most popular among them is Laravel. You can check this framework popularity survey made by sitepoint to make sure that Laravel […]
In this tutorial we’ll show how js Gantt chart can be added into Node.js app. Unlike our previous tutorial, this time we’ll connect Gantt to the REST API for performing CRUD operations on the backend. As a result, you’ll see that this approach will provide a much cleaner and simpler code compared to what we […]
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We are glad to announce that Scheduler Helper for PHP was updated to the version 1.1.0. For some of you we’ll be also glad to announce that we have such a helper! :) Below you’ll find some information about it and why you may need this tool. If you are using DHTMLX Scheduler with PHP […]
There’s no limit to perfection. And no limit to our intentions of providing you with different possible ways of combining our components with your favorite development tools. For example, you can check this tutorial that describes how you can use our dhtmlxGantt along with the Laravel framework. This time, we’ll go a little bit further […]