Archive for 2013

Easy Install of DHTMLX Scheduler and Gantt Chart

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Starting from today, you can install dhtmlxScheduler and dhtmlxGantt through Bower or NuGet, package managers for the web. Follow the easy instructions below and learn how to quickly launch the latest version of the Scheduler and Gantt Chart from NuGet or Bower.     NuGet NuGet is the package manager for the Microsoft development platform. …

How to Add Rating Bar in dhtmlxGrid

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This quick tutorial leads you through the steps of adding a simple star rating bar in a cell of dhtmlxGrid. You’ll learn how to create a custom exCell (“extended cell”) that allows the end users to view/set the rating of an item in our JavaScript datagrid. Download the demo with a star rating bar in …

Using dhtmlxScheduler and dhtmlxGantt with TypeScript

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This is another tutorial that explains how to use the DHTMLX components with third-party JavaScript projects. We will show you a simple way to use dhtmlxScheduler and dhtmlxGantt with TypeScript. TypeScript is a free language developed by Microsoft. It is a strict superset of JavaScript that adds optional static typing and class-based object oriented programming …

Creating Event Calendar with dhtmlxScheduler and AngularJS

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Angular

AngularJS is a modern JavaScript framework that allows creating rich client-side apps in a fast and productive way. It goes without saying that AngularJS is convenient and powerful in working with HTML. However, it doesn’t have ready to use complex UI components yet. In this article we’ll try to partially eliminate this drawback by showing …

DHTMLX Hot Fix for IE11 is Available

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Due to the functional peculiarities of the recently released IE11, DHTMLX users might encounter a number of malfunctions in their apps. To overcome these issues, please update affected files or the complete packages. This DHTMLX update is available for users of both PRO and Standard Editions. The component packages, which can now be downloaded from …

Tips on How to Minify the DHTMLX Files

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This post is for developers who work closely with the DHTMLX library and would like to use its advantages in a most proper way. As you might already know, there are a few options to include the DHTMLX library on a page: use a set of separate .js files of all components used on a …

Creating an Editable Grid with DHTMLX and Node.js

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NodeJS

Node.js is a flexible JavaScript platform that’s becoming more and more popular these days. In the previous article, we have described how it can be used with MongoDB. However, you can use Node.js with relational databases as well. It may require a bit more coding but it still results in a quick and flexible solution. …

dhtmlxGantt 2.0: Interactive JavaScript Gantt Chart

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We are happy to introduce a completely rebuilt and redesigned dhtmlxGantt 2.0! The new version of our JavaScript Gantt chart offers a richer feature set and a fresh new look, allowing you to create nice-looking interactive Gantt charts for project planning needs. The updated Gantt chart is highly customizable and supports such advanced features as …

Creating Online Event Calendar with Node.js and dhtmlxScheduler

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NodeJS

The combination of Node.js and MongoDB is a useful tool for quick development of dynamic sites. In this tutorial, we will explain how dhtmlxScheduler, an embeddable JavaScript calendar, can be used to create an online event calendar with Node.js backend. You can download the full archive with the final solution from GitHub. Creating a Simple …

Some Fixes and Updates for dhtmlxScheduler

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Minor regressions, which were introduced in dhtmlxScheduler 4.0, have been fixed. The new build includes fixes for the following bugs: Regression in recurring events saving Regression in export-to-PDF feature Incorrect view processing by cookie extension Resizing of the scheduler in IE7 and IE8   You are welcome to download the latest build of dhtmlxScheduler Standard …