DHTMLX announces the release of JavaPlanner v.1.2, an improved Ajax-powered web control with rich UI and functionality. The new extensions introduced in the updated version add more flexibility to the calendar interface.
DHTMLX announces the release of JavaPlanner v.1.2, an improved Ajax-powered web control with rich UI and functionality. The new extensions introduced in the updated version add more flexibility to the calendar interface. They include 'tree' mode for the timeline view and auto resizing of the calendar container.
The calendar control is highly customizable and easy to use. It provides powerful drag and drop user experience and attractive design.
DHTMLX JavaPlanner is rich on features that include:
Basic Views (day, week, month, year, agenda)
Grid, cascade and multi-day views
Multiple Resource Views (units and timeline)
Customizable appearance (nice skins and adjustable event boxes)
Multiple calendar instances per page
Marking and blocking time spans
Highlighting pointer and 'create-on-click' events
Integration with Google Maps
Multi-page export to PDF/iCal
Repeated events support
Touch screen support
Localization to over 25 languages
The availability of multiple features makes it possible to create user-friendly scheduling solutions, including event calendars, time planners, schedulers, task managers, etc. in the shortest possible time.
The web control comes with ready downloadable samples for Grails, Struts, Spring MVC and JSP.
Live demos are available at http://javaplanner.com/demo.html
DHTMLX JavaPlanner is distributed under Commercial and Enterprise Licenses and is available in Standard and PRO Editions, correspondingly. The PRO edition allows creating multiple calendar instances on a page. Free 30-day trial is available.
Supported frameworks: Grails, Struts, Spring MVC;
Supported IDEs: Eclipse, TextEditor, Zend Studio, PSPad, NetBeans, etc.;
Supported languages: Java;
For more information refer to http://javaplanner.com/
DHTMLX is a software development company which has been specializing in the development of web-based applications with advanced user interfaces and leading-edge functionality since 1998.