JavaPlanner: Full-Featured Scheduler for Java

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In our efforts to simplify the use of dhtmlxScheduler with the server-side technologies, we would like to introduce our new product, JavaPlanner. It is a Java (backend) version of our event calendar that allows you to effortlessly integrate a scheduling calendar into your web-based Java applications.


Note: the development and support of DHTMLX Javaplanner is discontinued. You may find more information here. Meanwhile, you can use dhtmlxScheduler, JavaScript Event Calendar, that is easily integrated in Java Based Web Applications.

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JavaPlanner provides easy integration with JSP and popular Java frameworks: Grails, Spring, and Struts. You can also use JavaPlanner with other frameworks since its server-side code uses the standard Java approaches.

To see how to use JavaPlanner with mentioned technologies, you can download demo apps for Grails, Spring, Struts, or JSP.

 
JavaPlanner - Event Calendar for Java

Just like dhtmlxScheduler, JavaPlanner is highly customizable and easy to use by professional developers and newbies. It offers a quick and effective solution to add a nice-looking, Google-like event calendar to your Java pages. The main features are:

  • intuitive drag-and-drop interface
  • advanced server-side API
  • different views: Day, Week, Month, Year, Agenda, etc.
  • multiple resources views: Timeline, Units View
  • multi-page export to PDF/iCal
  • popup datepicker for quick navigation
  • the ability to highlight and block time spans
  • support for recurring events
  • integration with Google Maps
  • and other great features
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    JavaPlanner is released under Commercial ($299) and Enterprise ($799) licenses. There is 30-days free trial that can be downloaded from JavaPlanner’s website. If you have any questions or feature suggestions, feel free to leave them in comments.

    Comments

    1. Sunil July 12, 2013 at 12:18 pm

      Hi, can you provide the code for using java planner with Spring and JPA(repository)

      • Ivan July 16, 2013 at 4:11 pm

        Unfortunately, we don’t have such a sample.

    2. Tina June 30, 2014 at 4:41 pm

      Hi,
      I am building a web app using Play and JPA, and I need an event calendar scheduler in my app. I would like to know if I can integrate with java planner and if you have any supporting documentation.

    3. Ivan (DHTMLX team) July 1, 2014 at 7:02 pm

      Tina, unfortunately, we don’t have a fully functional sample for Play framework.

    4. Prabha July 15, 2016 at 10:07 am

      Hi,

      I want to ask the same question asked by Tina. How can I integrate DHTMLX suite with my Play Framework application?

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