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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 …

How to Build An Online Store with dhtmlxDataView

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One of the highlighted additions in the latest release of DHTMLX was dhtmlxDataView, a new component that allows you to display a number of objects according to defined HTML templates and gives you the necessary features to manipulate these objects (e.g., filtering, searching, editing, etc.). In this tutorial, I will show you how easy it …

Editable Datagrid for Ruby on Rails Built with dhtmlxGrid

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NOTE: This tutorial is for RoR 2. If you’re using RoR 3, please see additional details here. We’ve also posted an updated tutorial for Ruby on Rails 4. This tutorial will show you how to display tabular data in Ruby on Rails with dhtmlxGrid Standard Edition, which is available under GNU GPL. At the end, …

Export dhtmlxGrid to Excel

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UPDATE: Use the links below to download the newest version of the export packages: dhtmlxGrid-to-Excel for PHP dhtmlxGrid-to-Excel for Java dhtmlxGrid-to-Excel for ASP.NET   Having developed a way to export grid data to an external format, we found it hard to stop at just PDF. We have been often asked about the possibility of exporting …

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 …

Introducing dhtmlxDataView: Flexible, Easy, Multipurpose

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Have you ever been faced with a need to display objects with the same set of properties and behavior? I’m sure you have. Lists of contacts, sets of documents or files, product catalogs for online stores, image collections, etc. When we first tried to create a solution to simplify this task, we ended up with …

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 …