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How to Use dhtmlxGantt with Vue.js Framework [Demo]

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What’s extremely awesome about our Gantt Chart library (besides fast performance and vast variety of features) is that it allows integrations with almost all new and popular frameworks and technologies. And today we’ll show you the easiest way to use js gantt chart with Vue.js, progressive JavaScript framework. So, follow the instructions below to create …

Hotel Room Reservation Demo Released (JavaScript + PHP)

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We are happy to present you a demo room booking system based on dhtmlxScheduler event calendar and PHP as a backend. It’s a demo app, but you can use it as a starting point of a full-featured room booking application by adding new features and extending the existing functionality. View demo and download it now …

Suite 5.1 Released: TypeScript, JSON and Promise API Support for All Components

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We are glad to introduce a new version of dhtmlxSuite – the version 5.1 brings you such helpful updates as TypeScript support, availability of JSON data loading for all components, and Promise API for Ajax requests. Download dhtmlxSuite 5.1, JavaScript UI library for building high-performance web applications. TypeScript Support If you have ever used TypeScript, …

How To Create Meteor App with dhtmlxScheduler

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We’ve already described how to integrate our Scheduler component into meteor app using special packages. Though it was easiest way to integrate dhtmlxScheduler, we now release this article that shows you how to integrate dhtmlxScheduler with Meteor JavaScript framework manually in case you want to get it more flexible for some specific customization. Before we …

Spreadsheet 2.1 Released: PHP 7 and PDO Support

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It has been a long time since we updated dhtmlxSpreadsheet last time, but here it is – the version 2.1 is out! New version of our JavaScript/PHP spreadsheet supports PHP 7.0 now and uses PDO (PHP Data Objects) for data access. More details below. PDO extension support and MsSQL Starting from the version 2.1, dhtmlxSpreadsheet …

DHTMLX Gantt Chart Usage with Angular 2 Framework

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We’ve already described how to use dhtmlxGantt with AngularJS 1.x. Since Angular 2 doesn’t have backward compatibility with Angular 1, such approach won’t work. That’s why our plan for today is to give you a good starting point for using dhtmlxGantt with Angular 2.x and recently released Angular 4. Now we’re going to implement an …

DHX Optimus: Lightweight JavaScript UI Framework

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We’d love to please our users with a new and great way to create web applications with dhtmlxSuite library. This way involves using of DHX Optimus, our new, fast and simple JavaScript microframework. The ultimate usage guide is already available in our documentation, so you can start developing with Optimus right away. General idea and …

Custom Elements of Gantt Chart Component

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Since the 1910s when the Gantt Chart was initially devised, it has undergone many changes. Different types of projects, relationships between the tasks, and possible unexpectedness that you should be prepared while managing the working process, have led to the creation of more and more new custom elements, tricks, and approaches. Download dhtmlxGantt – JavaScript …

How to Build Custom dhtmlxSuite Package With Gulp.js

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In this article, we’ll learn how you can build a custom DHTMLX package using gulp.js. Download dhtmlxSuite, JavaScript UI library for creating web applications After you download and unpack the DHTMLX Suite package, you’ll find a bunch of folders inside. We’re interested in two of them: sources that contains the source files of the library …

Comparing Gantt Chart and Timeline Chart

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From time to time during our professional career, we can stumble upon tools and techniques that seemingly perform the same work. This is also true for different types of charts. And if we can intuitively determine in what situation it’ll be better to prefer bar chart over the pie chart, sometimes differences do not seem …