That's definitely an option. Or if you know beforehand that you allow overlapping events you could use some CSS to visualize it, like this example: http://www.ext-scheduler.com/example...tiplerows.html
All you'd have to do is just write the collision detection + a line of rendering logic. Should be pretty straightforward.
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I've included two screenshots.
Pricing has been revised and the license has now been fully aligned with the Ext JS commercial license model to avoid any confusion. Visit our store for more details. We also have 4 examples with screenshots showing what some of our customers built using the Scheduler. You can check out these screenshots here. If you have something cool to show, we'd love to see it. Just send me a PM and include a screenshot or two.
Things to look forward to:
- Touch adaption layer for iPhone to be able to interact with the Scheduler in the iPhone
- Snap to time increment when resizing events
- New plugins
- Print support
I just posted a video showing some of the upcoming features of the Ext Scheduler. They are still being prototyped but I hope to be able to include them in a future release once they are stable.
Ext.ux.DateRangeSelector - Select date ranges easily:
Sch.TreeScheduler - Tree functionality
Sch.plugins.ColumnDragSelector - Select time spans in the column header, useful when making mass bookings.
this looks great. One thing also in the gantt example - you can drag events from one task to another, which isn't senseful in practise
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...which is why the example is called "Simple Gantt Chart".
For a more powerful Gantt component, check out the Ext Gantt:
What about the performance?
I mean how many records can it hold and show their Gantts...?
I am looking for something which can hold 1000+ recs and still display WYSISG/Interactive Gantts...