Posts Tagged ‘Scheduler’

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 …

dhtmlxScheduler 3.5 Released

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We are pleased to announce that the new version of dhtmlxScheduler is available with many updates and improvements. Along with the new features, version 3.5 of our JavaScript event calendar introduces the new skin design and offers more options for customization of the scheduler interface. Here are some highlights of the new version: New ‘Terrace’ …

Mobile Scheduler Update: Offline Support and Improved UI

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We are happy to announce the new update of our JavaScript/HTML5 mobile scheduler component that allows you to add an interactive event calendar into your mobile web app. Built with the DHTMLX Touch framework, the component provides touch-enabled scheduling interface that works in Webkit browsers on iOS, Android, and Blackberry devices. Download the new version …

WordPress and Joomla Scheduler Plugins Updated to v.3.0

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We would like to announce the release of version 3.0 of the scheduler plugins for WordPress and Joomla!. This release adds some popular features available in dhtmlxScheduler 3.0, such as Map View, Week Agenda View, graggable event details form, and other noticeable enhancements. Map View The scheduler WordPress and Joomla! plugins now support integration with …

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. …

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 …