[ANNOUNCEMENT] Gantt module v1.1 released

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[ANNOUNCEMENT] Gantt module v1.1 released

Postby ROCLASI » Sun Jul 01, 2012 10:52 pm

We're glad to announce version 1.1 of the Gantt module

The Gantt module is a 100% Servoy native implementation of an interactive gantt chart.
It is highly configurable and a nice example what can be done with the Servoy SolutionModel.

The Gantt module has the following features:
  • hierarchical task nodes for grouping of tasks
  • indent/outdent of task nodes
  • move up/down of task nodes
  • collapse/expand all group nodes
  • printing of the whole chart
  • auto-expansion of the chart timeline when adding new tasks
  • trimming-option of the chart timeline to match the tasks
  • zooming in/out in the chart
  • highly customizable button bar
  • built-in preference window
  • the look can be changed by altering the CSS stylesheet, no need to dig into code for this
  • extensive API to control all functions and preferences

Version 1.1 adds the following features and optimisations:
  • Support for tasks in hours
  • Optional header for hours (in units of 1,2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12)
  • Duration now shows days and hours
  • Optional day marker (grid)
  • Option to show day numbers instead of day names
  • Speed optimisation in building up the chart
  • Fixed an issue with printing

The Gantt module is Open Source and licensed under the MIT license.
The project is hosted on ServoyForge.

Requirements: mod_datejs and Scroller Plus plugin for synchronous scrolling of the tree and chart panes.

Robert Ivens
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ROCLASI Software Solutions / JBS Group, Partner
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Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Gantt module v1.1 released

Postby Peter de Groot » Mon Jul 02, 2012 10:44 am

Great, thanks Robert.


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