Posts Tagged ‘Grid’

Printing capabilities. Part 3. Grid-to-PDF Improvements.

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UPD: Download the most recent Grid-to-PDF packages for PHP, ASP.NET, and Java here. As we were developing printing functionality for dhtmlxScheduler, it made sense to incorporate all the new advantages into the existing Grid-to-PDF service, so here we go with Grid-to-PDF v0.2. The new version of the Grid-to-PDF solution supports Unicode, which means that printing …

Printing Grid Content

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UPD: Download the most recent Grid-to-PDF packages for PHP, ASP.NET, and Java here. If you’ve ever faced the problem of printing data from JavaScript datagrid, then this news will please you. At last we offer a solution for printing dhtmlxGrid content. Currently it works for PHP, but even if you develop in Java or Cold …

DHX Quick Tables. Pilot

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UPDATE: The new version of Quick Tables was released on November 5, 2010. To learn more, read this post or just download the latest package: Single PHP file installation or PHP/JavaScript sources. It’s a first step in our attempt to get the DHTMLX library closer to people who do not want or do not know …

Grid + Gears = ?

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Translated from original posted on I’ve been trying to have a look at Google Gears in action, but always had some other fish to fry. You can hardly expect a user to agree on implementing some off-site plug-in developing a simple web-page. But if it is about developing for the Intranet, it doesn’t come …

Two-week dhtmlxTreeGrid Experience

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What one can learn about dhtmlxTreeGrid after using it for a couple of weeks? This evaluation version feedback is likely to save your “couple of weeks” or at least it could be of interest for those who consider using this component… There were a few things we were looking for at the onset of our …

dhtmlxSuite Updated, Build Dynamic Data-Driven Grids from XML, CSV or JSON

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DHTMLX announces the latest update of its dhtmlxSuite, a professional Ajax components toolkit for web UI. The major updates concern Grid and Treegrid components and include a large number of new features and improvements, including the ability to load data from JSON and JS-array, smart rendering and paging support for hierarchical data grids. Also a …

dhtmlxGrid Updated and New Components Introduced

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We’re pleased to inform that we have released a new build 80319 for dhtmlxGrid/TreeGrid v1.5. This update features a few bug fixes, along with some enhancements and Safari 3.1 compatibility. The list of enhancements can be found here. Also, two new DHTMLX components are introduced: dhtmlxWindows – DHTML JavaScript component which allows one to easily …

New version of dhtmlxGrid Released

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We released a new version 1.4 of dhtmlxGrid, an Ajax-enabled JavaScript grid with sophisticated functionality and ability to work with any server-side technology including PHP, ASP, ASP.Net, Java and Rails. The main enhancements include auto-resizing feature, clipboard support for FF, improved Safari compatibility and new advanced cell-editors. The update of Ajax web ui component dhtmlxGrid …

dhtmlxGrid v1.3: New Look, New Functionality, Stable Performance for Web Grids

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DHTMLX released a new version 1.3 of dhtmlxGrid, Ajax datagrid component which allows creating and editing live DHTML tables with server-side integration. New release features some noticeable improvements, including new visual appearance, print-friendly mode, integration with HTML form, undo/redo capabilities, and more… DHTMLX, the authorized provider of Ajax-enabled web UI components, has released version 1.3 …

dhtmlxGrid v1.2: Create DHTML Tables with Real-Time Performance

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DHTMLX team launched the new version 1.2 of its JavaScript grid control dhtmlxGrid. Enriched by new powerful features, this version allows easy creation of dynamical tables with draggable columns, multiline headers/footers, per-cell formatting and the ability to work with clipboard and load data from (or serialize to) CSV. Developers will get more new event handlers …