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Customer Spotlight: dhtmlxSuite and dhtmlxScheduler for Pixel Nation

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Customer spotlight

Headquartered in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Pixel Nation Inc. is a vendor-independent software development company. Their Core Framework platform was built with the help of the DHTMLX Suite and Scheduler libraries. Why the company chose our solutions and whether they met the expectations? Let’s find out! Pixel Core is a development framework that provides common basic …

JavaScript Pie Chart and How to Use It Properly

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We continue learning about the DHTMLX Chart library. In this article, we explain the basic principles of a JavaScript pie chart and characterize the ways to use circle graphs effectively. You are free to try dhtmlxChart by downloading a 30-day trial version. Effective Tips to Create a Pie Chart Using JavaScript Widely used in presentations …

dhtmlxScheduler 5.3 Minor Update: RTL Support and Improved Responsiveness

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RTL mode in DHTMLX Scheduler 5.3

Good news for the users of RTL languages and mobile device addicts! A brand new v5.3 of our JavaScript event calendar comes out with the support for right-to-left locales and greatly enhanced UI/UX for mobile screens. Besides, in v.5.3 we’ve polished Scheduler’s compatibility with our state-of-the-art Suite UI library. Feel free to download and evaluate …

JavaScript Bar Chart: Exploring Data Visualization Techniques

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JavaScript bar charts by DHTMLX

DHTMLX Chart, a part of the modern Suite UI library, consists of different types of graphs. One of the most widely used is a javascript bar chart, which allows comparing data categories and seeing their changes over time. Try out dhtmlxChart by downloading a 30-day free trial. Where to Use JavaScript Bar Charts? A bar …

How to Make Hotel Booking Calendar with dhtmlxScheduler

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dhtmlxScheduler is one of the most flexible components available, but yet when you check the basic examples of dhtmlxScheduler, they can look pretty far from a final result and feel that you need to implement. And a usual challenge for developers that are new to dhtmlxScheduler is how do I get from this: to this: …