Posts Tagged ‘Mobile’

DHTMLX Touch 1.2: Unitlist, New Charts, and More

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Today we released a new version of DHTMLX Touch, a JavaScript HTML5 framework for developing mobile web interfaces. Version 1.2 fixes a few bugs, provides more stable and faster performance, and offers better compatibility with the latest iOS and Android platforms. While preparing for this release, we have improved the documentation, which helps you to …

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 …

DHTMLX Touch 1.0 Released

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We are excited to announce the official release of DHTMLX Touch v.1.0, a JavaScript mobile framework for building HTML5-based web apps. This update offers more stable performance, better platform compatibility, and extended customization options. We haven’t changed the license terms, so you are welcome to download the latest version of the DHTMLX Touch framework and …

dhtmlxScheduler 3.0 Released: New Features and Mobile Version

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Today we announce the release of dhtmlxScheduler 3.0, our browser-based JavaScript event calendar. The new version introduces a number of new features and improvements, and includes a mobile version of the scheduler optimized for touch devices. We have added some visual enhancements for better user experience and fixed known bugs of the previous version. Mobile …

DHTMLX Touch 1.0 Release Candidate is Here!

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We are very pleased to introduce the Release Candidate for DHTMLX Touch 1.0. With this update our JavaScript mobile framework is substantially ready for production. The RC includes all features planned for the final 1.0 release and is mature enough to build excellent mobile web apps. Some minor changes are left before the final release, …

DHTMLX Touch Designer Updated to Beta

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We’re pleased to announce that we have updated the Visual Designer tool for our DHTMLX Touch mobile framework. Simple and intuitive drag-and-drop interface of the Visual Designer allows you to build amazing mobile web apps without having to write the code. New Components Added The updated version of the Designer includes all the latest UI …

Build HTML5-Based Menu App for iPad with DHTMLX Touch

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In this tutorial, we will share some experience of using the DHTMLX Touch framework for building mobile web interfaces. You will learn how to use different components, arrange them on a page, set templates, add connections, and combine the components into a single interface. As an example, we will build a restaurant menu application for …

DHTMLX Touch Mobile Framework Updated to Beta

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UPD: DHTMLX Touch 1.0 was released on November 14, 2011 (download the update). We are happy to announce the update of our DHTMLX Touch framework for mobile web apps. It is now available in Beta and provides the final JavaScript API that will be preserved in the official release. This update includes a new DataView …

Alpha of DHTMLX Touch Updated to v.0.5

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This is the first update of DHTMLX Touch after the alpha version released in December. During the holiday season we continued to improve our JavaScript mobile library for touch devices and have implemented a number of new features and components: Carousel View This update includes a carousel component that can be used for displaying a …

Alpha for DHTMLX Touch 0.4 Available!

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UPD: DHTMLX Touch 1.0 was released on November 14, 2011 (download the update). So, the day has come. Today we released the alpha of DHTMLX Touch, a JavaScript HTML5 framework for building cross-mobile web applications with touchscreen user experience. It was developed specially for mobile and touch devices, such as iPad, iPhone, Android-based phones and …