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Maintenance Release: dhtmlxGantt 6.1.6

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DHTMLX Gantt maintenance release 6.1.6

While awaiting minor and major releases of our JavaScript components, we have rolled out another maintenance release of the Gantt chart library with the following set of updates: (Fixed) Issue with not working click handlers of QuickInfo popup after a second init call (Fixed) Issue with QuickInfo popup not showing up if show_chart is set …

Maintenance Release: dhtmlxGantt 6.1.3, 6.1.4, and 6.1.5

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Gantt bug fixes 6.1.3-6.1.5

The development of our JavaScript Gantt chart library has been moving at a quick pace in April. Our dev team has fixed several bugs, increased performance, and made other slight improvements in the work of the component. You can get acquainted with the whole list of updates below. What’s New in dhtmlxGantt 6.1.3 April 15, …

Maintenance Release: dhtmlxGantt 6.1.2 and dhtmlxSpreadsheet 3.1.2

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DHTMLX Gantt 6.1.2 and Spreadsheet 3.1.2

Time runs so fast that it’s hard to keep up with its pace and let you know about everything going on in DHTMLX development team. But there are those small things that really matter and make your work with our JavaScript components stable. So, meet the latest pack of improvements in our JavaScript Gantt chart …

How to convert an Excel file to HTML and JSON with DHTMLX open-source tools

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Converting Excel to HTML Tool

While working on the latest releases of dhtmlxSpreadsheet, our development team created three new tools, which assisted us in converting Excel data into the JSON format (and vice versa) and generating HTML tables from Excel files. We didn’t think long and made these tools open-source and available to everyone. So, what are these three libraries …

Using DHTMLX Gantt Chart with Salesforce for Project Management Apps

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Salesforce Gantt chart

In this article, we’ll talk about what benefits you can get by using our JavaScript Gantt chart to create project management applications for Salesforce. We’ll focus on the list of the main features that can be implemented with dhtmlxGantt and try to explain the main reasons for choosing Salesforce. Why Choose Salesforce? First of all, …

dhtmlxSpreadsheet 3.1: Import and Export to Excel, Number Formatting, and More

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JavaScript Spreadsheet v3.1

We continue to gradually enhance our JavaScript components – and now it’s the turn of dhtmlxSpreadsheet to receive new powers and abilities. The JavaScript spreadsheet was completely updated 4 months ago. The recent minor v3.1 brings out several features, which are essential for conveniently working with data: Export of data from Spreadsheet to Excel Import …

dhtmlxRichText 1.1: API to Work with Text, Block Quotes, and Advanced Statistics

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A recently launched dhtmlxRichText, JavaScript rich text editor, receives its first minor update v1.1 with expanded functionality. We’ve provided developers with an easy and convenient way to work with content instantly via the editor’s API. The release also brings out a new toolbar block quote control for adding text quotes, an ability to serialize content …

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