Please use the Gantt support forums for support: http://ext-scheduler.com/forum/
Ext Scheduler 1.8 (and Gantt 1.2) was released 2 days ago. Here's a short demo webcast showing some of the new cool features
where are the like buttons in this forum?
ok, not present, so: "I like it"!
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I could not log in into your forum, message displaying that I am logged in. But after the redirection I'm logged out??!!
Had one question:
I was looking at your licenses and wondering why I need the Ext Js License if I buy the Ext Scheduler?
Because, if I buy a commercial license for Ext Js I am free to develop applications and sell them to my customers... just like you do.. my customer should not have to buy a license to use my products developed with Ext js??
Or am I missing something else here??
We've recently moved the forums to www.bryntum.com/forum, let me know if that solves the logging in issue.
You need an Ext JS license as our products won't work without them. Our company "Bryntum" is not affiliated with Sencha, and we just create an addon product to their framework. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions I can help clarify
Here's a little sneak preview of the Ext JS 4 version which has support for both horizontal and vertical orientation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9KunXK8CfE
Ext JS 4 version is now ready in alpha version: Try it out here
This will be a rare case, when we will ask for help from our users . We've just updated the alpha package and it now includes the early documentation for 2.0 product line: http://bryntum.com/examples/2.0alpha/gantt-latest/doc/
Among the other things - there are 2 introductory guides for scheduler and gantt accordingly:
So please examine them and let us know what do you think. What topics are not covered or covered superficially? are there any typos/errors? what else would you like to see in the documentation? Share your ideas.
P.S. You can also checkout our shiny new test suites
They are not complete yet, but will grow with time.
Some feedback on the schedulergrid intro guide:
- It seems odd to lead with the source and follow with the introduction. Users get dragged into a piece of source they don't quite understand because they haven't had the explanation of the concepts involved.
- The explanation about non-inclusive end dates on Sch.model.Event is very confusing. Intuitively it's how you expect the start and end date to work, so I don't even know why this line needs to be there.
- The section on viewPreset is too brief. There's not enough there to understand what exactly the viewPreset does without clicking through to Sch.preset.Manager (perhaps some screenshots would help).
- I think it's best to discuss how the scheduler is rendered before you discuss how to hook into its events. That fits more with the order in which scheduler grids are implemented.
- I'm missing an explanation about the rendering model and how it conceptually works. I would try to visually represent this somehow, because flows of text usually fail to relate this sort of conceptual logic.
Another thought: will there be migration guides? I'm currently still using scheduler 1.6, and I have no idea what sort of work is involved in the upgrade (aside from going to Ext JS 4).