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dhtmlxSuite 5.0.1 Maintenance Release is Out [PRO]

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We’d like to inform you that a maintenance release for the Suite UI library is out, so you can update to the most stable version. What’s fixed in dhtmlxSuite 5.0.1: [Grid] Incorrect target during complex drag-n-drop (fixed) [Grid] Sizing of deep nested subgrids (fixed) [Grid] Filtering tree column type (fixed) [Grid] Problem with the comma …

Tree vs. TreeView: What’s the Difference

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dhtmlxTreeView has joined dhtmlx components crew recently. It’s a JavaScript tree menu component for displaying tree structure in your app. “But wait!”, you may say, “We’ve already had dhtmlxTree for these purposes. What Tree should we choose now?!” Continue reading to get the answer and to know what’s the difference between dhtmlxTree and dhtmlxTreeView, and …

Integrating Gantt with PHP using REST API, Slim and MySQL

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If you’re starting a new project in PHP, you’d probably won’t build it from scratch but will use some framework instead. Whether you use Laravel, Symfony, CodeIgniter or any other framework, each of them provides its own means for implementing data access layer. Having such resources at hand, you may want to step aside from …

Maintenance Release: dhtmlxGantt 4.0.10 and dhtmlxScheduler 4.3.35 [PRO]

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Gantt chart and Scheduler libraries are updated to the most stable versions. Due to your feedback we were able to fix multiple issues and provide these fixes to all our customers. Below you’ll find a full list of fixes and improvements. What’s fixed and improved in dhtmlxGantt 4.0.10: improved performance for rendering of big time …

Suite 5.0 is Out! Material Design, New TreeView Control and More

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Major update of dhtmlxSuite library is finally rolling out, and we are happy to present a new version with lots of awesome updates! Starting from 5.0, our JavaScript UI library is available in new Google’s Material skin, supports Font Awesome icon fonts, has a new Tree component and many other updates that we’ll describe further.

Using Scheduler with Scalatra Framework and MongoDB

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Today we’ll show you the way of using JavaScript Event Calendar with Scalatra Web Framework. Scalatra is a free and open source web application framework written in Scala. To install it, please follow the instructions you could find here. When installation is completed, we can start. The demo is available on GitHub, so you’re welcome …

JavaScript Data Grid with Laravel 5 Usage Guide

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PHP is probably one of the most popular programming languages. Especially if we talk about the web development. Following the intention to complexity reduction, dozens of PHP frameworks have been created. One of the most popular among them is Laravel. You can check this framework popularity survey made by sitepoint to make sure that Laravel …

Integrating Gantt with Node.js using REST API and MySQL

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In this tutorial we’ll show how js Gantt chart can be added into Node.js app. Unlike our previous tutorial, this time we’ll connect Gantt to the REST API for performing CRUD operations on the backend. As a result, you’ll see that this approach will provide a much cleaner and simpler code compared to what we …

Scheduler Helper for PHP Updated to Version 1.1.0

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We are glad to announce that Scheduler Helper for PHP was updated to the version 1.1.0. For some of you we’ll be also glad to announce that we have such a helper! :) Below you’ll find some information about it and why you may need this tool.

Using dhtmlxGantt with Ruby on Rails [Tutorial]

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Rails

There’s no limit to perfection. And no limit to our intentions of providing you with different possible ways of combining our components with your favorite development tools. For example, you can check this tutorial that describes how you can use our dhtmlxGantt along with the Laravel framework. This time, we’ll go a little bit further …