Posts Tagged ‘Announcement’

9 Incredible Years with dhtmlxScheduler: Anniversary Infographics

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dhtmlxScheduler Anniversary

May 20, 2009 is the day dhtmlxScheduler was released for the first time. From the very beginning our calendar component was distinguished by its intuitive drag-and-drop interface, support for all major browsers and easy JavaScript API configuration. Over 9 years dhtmlxScheduler has gone through significant improvements, acquired plenty of sought-after features and gained popularity among …

dhtmlxGantt Is 8 Years Old: Release History in Infographics

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dhtmlxGantt 8 years old

Today, on April 19, dhtmlxGantt turns 8 years old. Since 2010 our team has been working fruitfully on the development of the most complete gantt chart library for project management. On its 8th anniversary we’re proud to share the milestones of dhtmlxGantt history. But firstly, we’d like to thank all our clients for relying on …

Celebrate Scheduler.NET Anniversary With Us and Get Discounts!

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Our ASP.NET event/booking calendar celebrates its 6th Anniversary! Join the celebration and take the advantage of time-limited special offers that allow you to get 15%, 20% and 25% discount. Check all the terms here. DHTMLX Scheduler .NET is a web control with rich scheduling capabilities, easy customization and configuration. With the help of Scheduler.NET, you …

dhtmlxDiagram is Added to DHTMLX Complete

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Following up the release of dhtmlxDiagram, we are rolling out a new special offer. You can buy Complete Bundle till November 18, 2017 and get the Diagram library for free! What’s included in the Complete Bundle? As it goes from the name of the bundle, Complete includes all dhtmlx libraries: dhtmlxScheduler, a JavaScript event/booking calendar; …

Old Export Tools Moved to GitHub

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DHTMLX news

We’d like to inform you that our old export tools (PDF, Excel) are moved to GitHub. That means in case of any changes to their sources, they’ll be updated on GitHub only. So if you still use these tools, you’ll be able to find the most recent versions here: dhtmlxScheduler v4.x to PDF print tool …

2016: How It Was. 2017: How It Will Be

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Hello friends! 2016 was bright and remarkable year for our company and we want to summarize what has happened and what our plans are for 2017. dhtmlxSuite Our JavaScript library for creating enterprise web applications acquired modern Google-like look, new TreeView component, Font Awesome support and its own Form Builder tool. All these features were …

Support Updates: DHTMLX CDN and New Snippet Tool

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We are happy to introduce 2 significant enhancements that will definitely improve collaboration between our support team and the users of DHTMLX libraries. Our updates will bring to you: Easy installation of our libraries by using DHTMLX CDN Enhanced communication with our support team using snippets Now let’s elaborate on each improvement. Why to use …

Behind the Scenes: On the Way to dhtmlxSuite 5.0

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Time flies fast. Our JavaScript widget library is almost ready to be updated to the version 5.0. We want you to be aware of the current status of our hard work on this long-awaited update, so continue reading to get know how is it going.

How To Improve DHTMLX Libraries? 3 Simple Ways

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As a follow-up to our news about DHTMLX Suite roadmap, we’d like to tell you how your suggestions can appear in new versions or on our public roadmap. It concerns not only dhtmlxSuite, but dhtmlxGantt, dhtmlxScheduler, dhtmlxVault and other components. So, do you have something to suggest?

Announcing Upcoming dhtmlxGantt 4.0 – Big Major Update

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After recently updated dhtmlxSuite, it’s a high time to release a new version of dhtmlxGantt. The upcoming version is going to be an important update, otherwise it won’t be 4.0. dhtmlxGantt 4.0 will be released in 2 weeks, but we invite you to discover what to expect right now. Updated 12-Nov-2015: Sorry for the delay, …