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Using DHTMLX Gantt Chart with ASP.NET and REST API

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Today, we’ll talk about creating a Gantt chart application with ASP.NET and REST API on the server side. We will make use of ASP.NET MVC 5 web platform and Web API 2 Controller for REST API to create a Gantt application. To organize communication with the database, we will use the Entity Framework. We will …

DHTMLX Scheduler .NET Event Calendar Updated to Version 3.3

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The ASP.NET version of DHTMLX Scheduler caught up to the update of our JavaScript version. Scheduler.Net 3.3 came out with the following new features and improvements: “Days” mode for Timeline view added Ability to show multiple days in Units view added Touch devices support in Timeline view improved New option for Tooltip extension added Client-side …

DHTMLX Scheduler .NET 3.1. Released

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We are glad to inform about the update of DHTMLX Scheduler .NET to version 3.1. DHTMLX Scheduler .NET is a server-side wrapper for the JavaScript dhtmlxScheduler, optimized specifically for ASP.NET framework. Now it supports the same functionality as the recently updated dhtmlxScheduler, namely: a trendy “flat” skin multisection events in multiple resource view resizable and …

Gantt Chart for ASP.NET MVC with dhtmlxGantt

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We have an updated tutorial of how to use dhtmlxGantt with ASP.NET on the server side. Unlike this guide, we use REST API so that the code appears far more simple. This tutorial will lead you through the steps required to integrate dhtmlxGantt into an ASP.NET MVC application. dhtmlxGantt is an open source (GPL) JavaScript …

dhtmlxConnector for PHP, Java, ASP.NET Updated to v.1.5

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We would like to introduce the update of dhtmlxConnectors for PHP, Java, and ASP.NET. The connectors were developed to simplify data binding between the client-side DHTMLX components and a database on the server. The new version 1.5 brings better security, flexibility, and improved support for dhtmlxScheduler and DHTMLX Touch. Security Improvements XSS (Cross Site Scripting) …

Export to PDF/Excel Functionality Updated

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Export to PDF functionality for dhtmlxScheduler is now available for ASP.NET (in addition to PHP and Java services). If you are using dhtmlxScheduler with ASP.NET and need to print your event calendar, there is now an easy and quick way for it. Download and use Scheduler-to-PDF for ASP.NET   Grid-to-Excel export library for ASP.NET has …

Event Calendar for ASP.NET MVC

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Today we’re happy to announce the release of DHTMLX Scheduler for ASP.NET MVC. It is based on our JavaScript event calendar, dhtmlxScheduler, which was optimized and redesigned for ASP.NET. With DHTMLX Scheduler .NET, you can easily add a user-friendly scheduling interface to your web apps and quickly configure calendar appearance and features in Visual Studio. …

Grid-to-PDF and Grid-to-Excel Now Available for ASP.NET

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We’re happy to introduce an ASP.NET version of export feature for dhtmlxGrid. If you are using dhtmlxGrid in your ASP.NET application or website, you can now easily transfer the grid data to Excel or PDF. The export result preserves the structure and layout of the original grid. Download the packages which contain the files necessary …

How to Use dhtmlxGrid with ASP.NET MVC

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In this tutorial we are going to explain how to use dhtmlxGrid with ASP.NET MVC. Following this article step by step will allow you to implement an editable datagrid with sorting and filtering capabilities. We will also describe how to bind the grid data to the database and update it on the server side when …

Build Room Booking System with dhtmlxScheduler (for ASP.NET MVC)

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NOTE: We’re now offering DHTMLX Scheduler .NET, a web control optimized for ASP.NET MVC. You can also find the latest version of Booking Calendar in MVC3 here. In the previous MVC-related tutorial we described how to integrate dhtmlxScheduler into an ASP.NET MVC application. After publication, we received plenty of feedback, reflecting that the tutorial was …