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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NOTE: This tutorial is outdated.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 …

Printing Grid Content

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UPD: Download the most recent Grid-to-PDF packages for PHP, ASP.NET, and Java here. If you’ve ever faced the problem of printing data from JavaScript datagrid, then this news will please you. At last we offer a solution for printing dhtmlxGrid content. Currently it works for PHP, but even if you develop in Java or Cold …

DHX Quick Tables. Pilot

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Update: DHX Quick Tables were deprecated. Now you can use DHTMLX JavaScript spreadsheet instead. The latest version of Quick Tables was released on November 5, 2010. To learn more, read this post or just download the latest package: Single PHP file installation or PHP/JavaScript sources. It’s a first step in our attempt to get the …

Using dhtmlxCombo for Searching Locations with Google Maps

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Recently I was faced with having to add a location search mechanism to our application. My given task was short and clear: “We need to enter a few chars here and see the list of matching locations there…” I nodded, made myself a cup of coffee, and started thinking about how I was going to …

Grid + Gears = ?

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Translated from original posted on www.monoxrom.net I’ve been trying to have a look at Google Gears in action, but always had some other fish to fry. You can hardly expect a user to agree on implementing some off-site plug-in developing a simple web-page. But if it is about developing for the Intranet, it doesn’t come …