Posts Tagged ‘Gantt chart’

Maintenance Release: dhtmlxGantt 6.1.2 and dhtmlxSpreadsheet 3.1.2

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DHTMLX Gantt 6.1.2 and Spreadsheet 3.1.2

Time runs so fast that it’s hard to keep up with its pace and let you know about everything going on in DHTMLX development team. But there are those small things that really matter and make your work with our JavaScript components stable. So, meet the latest pack of improvements in our JavaScript Gantt chart …

Maintenance Release: Gantt 6.0.7, Scheduler 5.1.6, Pivot 1.3.3

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Maintenance release Gantt, Scheduler, Pivot

The work of our development team on our products continues vigorously at the beginning of the new year. In January we’ve released maintenance versions of three products: Gantt, Scheduler, and Pivot. Check the updates below: Pivot 1.3.3 (January 10, 2019) (Fixed) Issues with styles of cells in export data (Fixed) Incorrect styles of filters’ popups …

Maintenance Release: Scheduler 5.1.1, RichText 1.0.1 and Gantt 6.0.4

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And here comes the last portion of maintenance releases this year! Our dev team worked hard to ensure that everything is flawless in the recently updated Scheduling component v5.1, the newest JavaScript rich text editor v1.0 and our top-notch JavaScript Gantt 6.0. Find out what was improved by our developers in dhtmlxRichText 1.0.1: (Fixed) Incorrect …

Customer Spotlight: dhtmlxGantt for XB Software

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Customer spotlight

This time we’re happy to share a success story of building an MVP based on dhtmlxGantt and React.js framework by XB Software development team from Belarus. XB Software is a leading full-cycle custom web development company. They create comprehensive ERP solutions and reliable logistics systems. They render web and mobile app development, software testing and …

Video Tutorial: How to Create a JavaScript Gantt Chart with Node.js

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We’re glad to introduce a video tutorial describing how to initialize dhtmlxGantt with Node.js. In this video, we’ll show you how to easily: create a basic JavaScript Gantt chart on the page connect it to the Node.js backend populate the Gantt chart with data and send user changes back to the backend where you can …

Maintenance Release of dhtmlxGantt 6.0.2 [PRO]

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Gantt 6.0.2 release

As promised, we’ve delivered a maintenance release of our JavaScript Gantt chart library with updated TypeScript definitions and several important fixes soon after the November major version of dhtmlxGantt 6.0 rolled out. Updated type definitions are already available at @types/dhtmlxgantt (https://www.npmjs.com/package/@types/dhtmlxgantt). This release brings them up to date with dhtmlxGantt v6.0 API. The list of …

dhtmlxGantt 6.0 Major Update: Advanced Resource Management

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Assigning a particular resource to a certain task is a great feature. However, it might not be enough for managing complex projects such as construction, engineering or manufacturing works, where the completion of each task requires diverse resources like employees, building materials, and equipment. So we’ve been looking forward to this major release of dhtmlxGantt …

dhtmlxGantt 5.2: Enhanced UX with Inline Editing and Split Tasks

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dhtmlx Gantt 5.2 release

Our JavaScript gantt chart library for project management rolls out its third update this year. Meet dhtmlxGantt 5.2 with a super user-friendly way for modifying your gantt chart’s content by means of inline editing and a brand-new task-management feature of task splitting as well as a number of other important updates and improvements! Download dhtmlxGantt …

dhtmlxGantt Is 8 Years Old: Release History in Infographics

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dhtmlxGantt 8 years old

Today, on April 19, dhtmlxGantt turns 8 years old. Since 2010 our team has been working fruitfully on the development of the most complete gantt chart library for project management. On its 8th anniversary we’re proud to share the milestones of dhtmlxGantt history. But firstly, we’d like to thank all our clients for relying on …