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Creating an Editable Grid with DHTMLX and Node.js

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Node.js is a flexible JavaScript platform that’s becoming more and more popular these days. In the previous article, we have described how it can be used with MongoDB. However, you can use Node.js with relational databases as well. It may require a bit more coding but it still results in a quick and flexible solution. …

Creating Online Event Calendar with Node.js and dhtmlxScheduler

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The combination of Node.js and MongoDB is a useful tool for quick development of dynamic sites. In this tutorial, we will explain how dhtmlxScheduler, an embeddable JavaScript calendar, can be used to create an online event calendar with Node.js backend. You can download the full archive with the final solution from GitHub. Creating a Simple …

Custom Scroll for DHTMLX Components

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With the latest version of DHTMLX, you can add custom scrolls to the DHTMLX components, such as Grid, Tree, Layout, DataView, and others. The custom scroll looks and behaves similar to scrolls on Mac OS. The scroll bar is hidden and appears when the user start scrolling. It also gets wider on mouse over. To …

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 …

DHTMLX Integration with Yii PHP Framework

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The DHTMLX component library offers a pure JavaScript/CSS solution for building web interfaces. The advantage of developing with the client-side library is that you can use it with your favorite server-side technology. In this tutorial, we will explain how to use the DHTMLX UI components with one of the most popular PHP frameworks, Yii framework. …

Autocompletion in IDEs for DHTMLX Library

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We have some exciting news for those of you who are used to work with IDEs and use the autocomplete feature. You now can enjoy autocomplete hints in your favorite IDE while you integrate the DHTMLX components into your web app. We provide the autocompletion plugins for Microsoft Visual Studio, PHPStorm, WebStorm, NetBeans, Aptana Studio, …

How to Use dhtmlxGrid with ASP.NET MVC

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In this tutorial we are going to explain how to use dhtmlxGrid with ASP.NET MVC. Following this article step by step will allow you to implement an editable datagrid with sorting and filtering capabilities. We will also describe how to bind the grid data to the database and update it on the server side when …

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 …

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 …

Event Calendar for ASP.NET MVC with dhtmlxScheduler

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NOTE: We’re now offering DHTMLX Scheduler .NET, an optimized version for ASP.NET apps. This tutorial will lead you through the steps required to integrate dhtmlxScheduler into an ASP.NET MVC application. dhtmlxScheduler is a JavaScript event calendar component, which can be used for a wide variety of use-cases connected to scheduling tasks. We will learn how …