Posts Tagged ‘Scheduler’

dhtmlxScheduler 2.3 Offers New Options and Possibilities

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We are happy to introduce Version 2.3 of dhtmlxScheduler which reflects our constant effort to make the calendar more flexible and user-friendly. With this new release, dhtmlxScheduler underwent a number of changes. We added Map View, two new modes for TimeLine View, and some other new options. All the improvements deserve consideration, but we’ll mention …

dhtmlxScheduler Now iPad-Friendly

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UPDATE: Since version 3.7, dhtmlxScheduler supports all touchscreen devices (iOS, Android, Windows 8) without any additional extensions. There is also a mobile version of the scheduler, which is optimized for small screens of mobile devices. We recently declared our goal to provide touchscreen support to DHTMLX, so we continue to bring our plans to life. …

dhtmlxScheduler Plugins for WordPress and Joomla! Updated to Version 2.0

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Following the recent release of dhtmlxScheduler v2.2 and the new skin for the calendar, we’re happy to introduce updates for its WordPress and Joomla! plugins. They have been updated to version 2.0 and now support the most significant features available in dhtmlxScheduler v2.2, such as Unit View, the mini-calendar extension, and a feature that prevents …

A New Look of dhtmlxScheduler

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Today we released a new skin for our Ajax event calendar dhtmlxScheduler. The new skin gives the calendar more stylish and sleek look, but still preserves the simple and clean interface. This update allows dhtmlxScheduler to naturally meet the design requirements of any modern web application or website. The Skin Builder for dhtmlxScheduler has been …

dhtmlxScheduler 2.2 Released

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We are pleased to announce the update of dhtmlxScheduler to version 2.2. dhtmlxScheduler is a flexible and light-weight JavaScript event calendar that provides an advanced scheduling solution, empowered with top-notch functionality and Ajax support. This new release not only introduces some incremental improvements and bug fixes, but also offers a list of major enhancements: Export …

Printing Capabilities. Part 2 – dhtmlxScheduler.

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About three months ago, we introduced a solution for converting dhtmlxGrid to PDF to provide the ability to print grid content. Now it’s time to do the same for dhtmlxScheduler, just as we promised. The Scheduler-to-PDF solution is in many ways similar to Grid-to-PDF. This is a stand-alone service that can work independently of the …

dhtmlxScheduler and Google Calendar: Collaboration

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NOTE: This tutorial is outdated. Please see this post on how to synchronize dhtmlxScheduler with Google Calendar. When developing dhtmlxScheduler, we were certainly inspired by Google Calendar, one of the most popular online calendars. And I believe (along with many of our users) that dhtmlxScheduler has surpassed it in many ways, not all, but we’re …

Joomla! and WP Plugins for dhtmlxScheduler Updated

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Right after the release of dhtmlxScheduler version 2.1, we updated the calendar plugins for the Joomla! and WordPress CMSs. The new plugin version 1.3 includes improvements and fixes introduced in the latest release of dhtmlxScheduler, and also provides support for Skin Builder, allowing users to customize colors for all elements of the calendar view. What’s …

dhtmlxScheduler 2.1 Released

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We’ve updated our Ajax events calendar dhtmlxScheduler to version 2.1. The new release was improved with Agenda and Year Views, which give you more options to display your events. We also added the ability to totally customize the colors of the calendar interface via online Skin Builder tool. So you can easily change the colors …

WordPress Plugin for dhtmlxScheduler

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Today we released the WordPress plugin for dhtmlxScheduler. It allows easy integration of Ajax-enabled event calendar into WordPress CMS. The plugin supports the major functionality of dhtmlxScheduler and doesn’t require any additional coding to be used on a WordPress page.