Category Archives: Development Components

Initializing JavaScript GanttChartView component items with start and effort (rather than finish)

If you have tried GanttChartView from Gantt Chart Hyper Library you have probably seen that our component requires initializing items using start and finish date values. (This is in attempt to ensure things are as optimized as possible by default, … Continue reading

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Auto-save upon client side changes with GanttChartView for ASP .NET WebForms

If you are (still) using our ASP .NET WebForms-based Gantt Chart components and you need automatic postbacks to the server whenever the end users perform changes on the client side, e.g. to save them to a central database, don’t worry, … Continue reading

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Formatting dates on custom date columns with Gantt Chart Hyper Library

If you try to combine our Custom columns sample app for Gantt Chart Hyper Library – specifically, the baseline start and finish columns –  with Custom date formatters (or you simply want to define custom date-time fields on your items … Continue reading

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JavaScript-based Gantt charts: one core fits any backend/frontend combination

Our browser-supported Gantt charts are here since a long time ago (actually, since 2012!) And as they have been written using pure JavaScript (having TypeScript definitions added later, though), they could be integrated into virtually any type of app that … Continue reading

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Auto-scheduling with ScheduleChartView (JavaScript)

With GanttChartView and JavaScript (one item being displayed per row) it’s easy to setup predecessor links between tasks – displaying them as dependency arrows – and then you can simply turn on auto-scheduling (enable dependency constraints) to ensure items are … Continue reading

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Will you port your desktop apps to .NET Core?

Indeed, with the recent release of .NET Core 3.1 Microsoft offers long time support for WPF “Core”, and we all should consider moving away from the classic .NET Framework 4+ already, as the next major platform iteration (.NET 5) will … Continue reading

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Ganttis 2.0

Hey there, we have news! We’ve just released a major update for our macOS and iOS Gantt chart components – Ganttis 2.0. We’ve added a new macOS component that integrates an interactive Gantt chart diagram with a classic Cocoa OutlineView into a very … Continue reading

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Default styles for WPF components from Gantt Chart Light Library

When we designed Gantt Chart Light Library we considered avoiding Microsoft’s own theming/default styling support (using separate theme assemblies) and we decided to simply inject the default styles at component level using Resources.MergedDictionaries internally. It works this way vey well, … Continue reading

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Gantt Charts on ASP .NET Core

Greetings from Debian 10! We’ve just tried it, and it works! No, we don’t refer to Linux itself (that works well too), but our recently updated GanttChartWebLibrary NuGet package (v. 5.3.2), which now includes Gantt Chart and other HTML extensions … Continue reading

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Simple ADO .NET connection for loading Gantt Chart items

Yes, sometimes you must use legacy systems, like ADO .NET, e.g. to run data reading code at low level but also with higher performance. If you want to load Gantt Chart items with dependencies (predecessor items), however, you should run … Continue reading

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