dhtmlxSuite 4.6.1 with latest fixes and improvements is out [PRO]

February 3rd, 2016

We are glad to provide you bug fixes and improvements that were found in dhtmlxSuite 4.6. Full list of fixes can be found here.

Moreover, small fixes were also added to dhtmlxGrid, dhtmlxTree and dhtmlxTreeGrid components.

Suite update

The updated version is available by the same link as dhtmlxSuite 4.6.1. So, just re-download the package.

Based on our updated license policy, this update is available for PRO users only. Users of Standard Edition will be able to get these fixes in future minor or major update.

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DHTMLX Little-Known Features: How To Save Login/Password in Browser

January 28th, 2016

From time to time we are asked to offer an easy way to use real HTML form with dhtmlxForm. So we’d like to share this tip with you and show you the working sample of login form that forces a browser to save credentials for login/password form.

Login/password form

Here is a complete demo (Enter “admin / 1” login details to check it). If you want to know how to make it in your application, continue reading this mini tutorial.
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Using dhtmlxGantt with Laravel Framework [Tutorial]

January 21st, 2016

Our developers always try to provide you with the possibility to use our components in different ways. In this article, we’ll talk about dhtmlxGantt. We’ll learn how to use this component with the Laravel framework. Laravel is a free, open-source PHP web application framework. Laravel was created for the development of web applications following the model–view–controller (MVC) architectural pattern.

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It will be a step-by-step guide intended both for developers who have already been familiar with Laravel and those of you who only starts working with it.
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Things You Should Know About Building Web Application in 2016

January 13th, 2016

Sometimes being a pioneer in your sphere of activity is a key to success. On the other hand, your strategy could be based on a clear and profound understanding of previous experience and strict adherence to the current trends and tendencies. Sounds reasonable, too.

web app development trends 2016

Despite the chosen recipe, it’s always helpful to summarize what trends were on the rise during the year. Such knowledge can help you predict tomorrow’s fashion in the world of web development and be on the crest of the wave. That’s why we collect some of the most significant trends that you should keep in mind if you plan to build web applications in 2016. It’s not a “Web Development 101” article. More like a list of things that we noticed during the year as web developers. We hope it will be helpful to you.
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Five Main News Events Happened in 2015 [Infographic]

December 29th, 2015

2016 is getting closer, many new updates and news will be released for you, but now we’d like to sum up the outgoing year. Here is our 2015 in infographic:

Main events of dhtmlx in 2015

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DHTMLX Little-Known Features: Custom Column Type in Grid

December 15th, 2015

In this article, we would like to continue to share with you small tips and tricks that allow you use DHTMLX components more efficiently and enjoy every single minute you spend with our library.

This time, we’ll talk about dhtmlxGrid. It’s a full-featured JavaScript grid control that provides advanced functionality, powerful data binding, and fast performance with large data sets. This component gives you a possibility to specify the content type for a column. There is a plenty of available column types from a simple editable text field to date picker. But what if provided functionality is not enough for you? Well, it’s always possible to use custom column type. Let’s look at some examples.

Grid custom columns

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dhtmlxSuite 4.6: Big Christmas Bug Fixes and Promised Today Button

December 9th, 2015

“It is not considered respectable to spend the New Year with debts” DHTMLX dev team thought and fixed all known bugs that were found in 4.5. So, meet dhtmlxSuite 4.6 that works better and more stable.

dhtmlxSuite 4.6

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dhtmlxGantt 4.0 is Rolling Out: Meet New Fast Gantt

December 1st, 2015

Let’s finally begin a fresh chapter of dhtmlxGantt history – we release the version 4.0, a major and quite important update of the library. It brings you smart rendering feature, undo-redo functionality, and more. Below you’ll find more details. Dive in!

dhtmlxGantt 4.0
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dhtmlxSuite 4.5.1 and dhtmlxVault 2.4.1 – Hot Fixes Released

November 20th, 2015

Thanks to our client’s reports, we were managed to determine and fix some important issues in dhtmlxForm and dhtmlxVault components. So, you are welcome to update your Suite (or just Form) packages to the version 4.5.1 and Vault to the version 2.4.1.

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Exploring Different Views of dhtmlxScheduler

November 12th, 2015

Our dhtmlxScheduler provides you with the different types of data visualization. Besides the popular options, such as different time scales like day or week, our scheduler gives you some additional possibilities. For example, you can combine your schedule with the map that can be pretty helpful in case you want to plan your business trip or vacations.

If you’re working with ASP.NET, you may look at DHTMLX Scheduler.NET, a Scheduler control that works both in ASP.NET MVC and Web Forms. It has the similar range of views that are described below.

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Usually, there are only three required steps that allow you to use the view you want:

1. Include the required files to your project
2. Add the proper tab to your page, so you can switch to the view you want
3. Configure the view

To understand how the views work, let’s start with the default ones.
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