Posts Tagged ‘Scheduler’

Using dhtmlxScheduler and dhtmlxGantt with TypeScript

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This is another tutorial that explains how to use the DHTMLX components with third-party JavaScript projects. We will show you a simple way to use dhtmlxScheduler and dhtmlxGantt with TypeScript. TypeScript is a free language developed by Microsoft. It is a strict superset of JavaScript that adds optional static typing and class-based object oriented programming …

Creating Event Calendar with dhtmlxScheduler and AngularJS

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AngularJS is a modern JavaScript framework that allows creating rich client-side apps in a fast and productive way. It goes without saying that AngularJS is convenient and powerful in working with HTML. However, it doesn’t have ready to use complex UI components yet. In this article we’ll try to partially eliminate this drawback by showing …

Creating Online Event Calendar with Node.js and dhtmlxScheduler

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The combination of Node.js and MongoDB is a useful tool for quick development of dynamic sites. In this tutorial, we will explain how dhtmlxScheduler, an embeddable JavaScript calendar, can be used to create an online event calendar with Node.js backend. You can download the full archive with the final solution from GitHub. Creating a Simple …

Some Fixes and Updates for dhtmlxScheduler

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Minor regressions, which were introduced in dhtmlxScheduler 4.0, have been fixed. The new build includes fixes for the following bugs: Regression in recurring events saving Regression in export-to-PDF feature Incorrect view processing by cookie extension Resizing of the scheduler in IE7 and IE8   You are welcome to download the latest build of dhtmlxScheduler Standard …

dhtmlxScheduler 4.0: Integration with jQuery, Backbone.js, and More

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We are proudly announce the release of dhtmlxScheduler 4.0, our embeddable JavaScript calendar that provides an advanced solution for displaying and managing events and appointments. Version 4.0 adds integration with jQuery and Backbone.js and introduces a number of new features. It comes with the new and improved documentation which helps developers understand and use the …

JavaPlanner: Full-Featured Scheduler for Java [DISCONTINUED]

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Updated: February 1, 2017. Hello everyone! DHTMLX JavaPlanner had spent a long and happy life, but now its support and development is discontinued, the website and the library won’t be available anymore. If you need an event calendar to embed it to your Java based app, we highly recommend you to use our dhtmlxScheduler. You …

dhtmlxScheduler 3.7 Released with Touch Screen Support

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We are happy to announce the release of version 3.7 of dhtmlxScheduler. The highlight of this release is the support for touch screens. If you need a Google-like event calendar for your app or website that can be viewed on both desktop and mobile devices, dhtmlxScheduler 3.7 now offers a simple solution for that. With …

Scheduler Plugins Moved to GitHub

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As true open source community projects, the scheduler plugins for WordPress and Joomla! are now moved to GitHub. So if you need an event calendar for one of these CMS platforms, you can download the latest sources here: Scheduler for WordPress Scheduler for Joomla   The license for the plugins remains the same: GNU GPL …

dhtmlxScheduler 3.6: Ready for Windows 8 Apps

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We are pleased to announce the release of dhtmlxScheduler 3.6. In addition to a number of bug fixes, this update brings some new interesting features and enhancements. Among them is a special scheduler version for Windows 8 apps.   Windows 8 Ready We have modified the dhtmlxScheduler codebase to work stable on Windows 8 platform. …

How To Synchronize dhtmlxScheduler with Google Calendar

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Update: The proxy script for synchronization with Google Calendar has been updated to work correctly with Google API v.3. Download it from GitHub. Today we want to show you an effortless way to synchronize dhtmlxScheduler and Google Calendar. So if you need to store your events and appointments in both calendars, you won’t miss any …