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.
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.
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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As a follow-up to our news about DHTMLX Suite roadmap, we’d like to tell you how your suggestions can appear in new versions or on our public roadmap. It concerns not only dhtmlxSuite, but dhtmlxGantt, dhtmlxScheduler, dhtmlxVault and other components. So, do you have something to suggest?
After recently updated dhtmlxSuite, it’s a high time to release a new version of dhtmlxGantt. The upcoming version is going to be an important update, otherwise it won’t be 4.0. dhtmlxGantt 4.0 will be released in 2 weeks, but we invite you to discover what to expect right now.
Updated 12-Nov-2015: Sorry for the delay, we found several difficulties at the stage of testing. Team is working hard on new version. Thank you for your patience.
Apart from it, we have a new component, several new features and many bug fixes and small improvements. So, here is a summary for you.
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In this tutorial we’d like to show you how to use our event calendar, dhtmlxScheduler, with Ruby on Rails, a web application framework written in Ruby. The tutorial consists of two parts: firstly, we’ll create a simple scheduler with data saving and loading, the second part is adding recurring events to it. Let’s start.
Well, if you still didn’t meet Firebase, then you should know that it provides a realtime database and backend as a service. The service provides application developers an API that allows application data to be synchronized across clients and stored on Firebase’s cloud.
dhtmlxScheduler + Firebase = … ?
We decided to start publishing season infographic with the most important news that you might have missed. This time we collected all the news, tutorials and announcements that we had in June – August, 2015. You may find full list and links to all of them below.