Posts Tagged ‘Gantt chart’

Customer Spotlight: dhtmlxGantt in Splitvice

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Customer spotlight

We are ready to share another great story and brilliant example of implementing dhtmlxGantt from our customer. This time you’ll learn about Splitvice, a young online solution for project managers. Jurgen Devlieghere, the founder and portfolio management expert, tells us about their new solution and experience with dhtmlxGantt: “Splitvice goes life with DHTMLX First of …

Large-scale Update of dhtmlxGantt: Version 5.0 is Here

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Gantt-5.0

We are excited to announce that dhtmlxGantt is updated to the version 5.0. This update brings very important architecture changes that will take the working with dhtmlxGantt to the next level. If you want to know what possibilities are now open for you, continue reading and download dhtmlxGantt 5.0 right now. dhtmlxGantt 5.0 Released Download …

Customer Spotlight: dhtmlxGantt in Hive

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Customer spotlight

We are always very delighted when we discover great applications where our js libraries are used. And today we’re proud to share a new customer spotlight about Hive, a useful application for project management. They’re using dhtmlxGantt for adding a Gantt chart to their app. Here is a story from the Hive team: About Hive …

Using D3 to Visualize Workload in dhtmlxGantt

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Gantt charts are essential for project management. They are very helpful when you need to see the sequencing of all tasks, the overall timeline of a project and plan deadlines. To further improve planning functionality, you can visualize daily amounts of work for each person. It allows distributing workload in a more effective way. D3 …

dhtmlxGantt 4.2: Manage Working Days and Hours for Individual Tasks

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dhtmlxGantt-4.2

We are glad to announce the release of dhtmlxGantt 4.2. This update brings you such features as WBS codes calculation, autoscroll in Gantt timeline, and as the icing on the cake, you’ll get a long-awaited feature – ability to manage work time on resource and task levels. Now let’s dive into these updates. Working days …

dhtmlxGantt 4.1.19 and dhtmlxScheduler 4.4.9 Released [PRO]

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scheduler-gantt-release

This summer we begin with the planned maintenance releases of dhtmlxGantt and dhtmlxScheduler. New versions will bring you some enhancements that will make your work with our libraries more stable and efficient. Here is a brief summary of what was fixed and improved in dhtmlxGantt 4.1.19: Smart rendering – fix misalignments between timeline chart and …

Create React Gantt Chart Component with dhtmlxGantt

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react gantt chart

Updated on May 28, 2019 We won’t stop till show you that you can use our Gantt chart library with any technology! And today is the turn of ReactJS, popular JavaScript component-based library. Following the steps of this tutorial, you’ll know how to create React Gantt chart app with some basic features. So, let’s start. …

DHTMLX Gantt Chart Usage with Angular Framework

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Gantt-and-Angular

Updated on March 6, 2019 We’ve already described how to use dhtmlxGantt with AngularJS 1.x. Since Angular doesn’t have backward compatibility with Angular 1, such an approach won’t work. That’s why our plan for today is to give you a good starting point for using dhtmlxGantt with Angular framework. Now we’re going to implement an …

Custom Elements of Gantt Chart Component

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Since the 1910s when the Gantt Chart was initially devised, it has undergone many changes. Different types of projects, relationships between the tasks, and possible unexpectedness that you should be prepared while managing the working process, have led to the creation of more and more new custom elements, tricks, and approaches. Download dhtmlxGantt – JavaScript …

Comparing Gantt Chart and Timeline Chart

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timeline gantt chart

From time to time during our professional career, we can stumble upon tools and techniques that seemingly perform the same work. This is also true for different types of charts. And if we can intuitively determine in what situation it’ll be better to prefer bar chart over the pie chart, sometimes differences do not seem …