@georgiosleon: Next week I'll be ready to let go of the beta version I got, if all goes as planned. Meanwhile here are 2 examples to try out, I'm sure there are a bug here and there so don't hold your fire
This looks so kick-ass. I love the different views, and the speed of interaction. The mini-rendering in the collapsed group header is something I haven't seen anywhere else, and a really good idea.
I showed the advanced example to the guy that wrote our Delphi scheduler component (which is generally regarded as one of the best pieces of our software), and his only response was "wow".
Glad you like it, the collapsed group header is kinda sweet. The cool thing about it is that you can actually still interact with the items even when they're in the collapsed group header. Not sure if that's useful though
Ha! I hadn't even noticed that. Cute. I agree that it's not very useful, but it's definitely cute.
Very nice work on this.
Would love to test out the beta if any spots open.
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i beggin you for release that cool stuff. i just looking forward to use it and to develop with it. it looks like one of the most important extensions to the extjs-lib 2009/10. I just can imagine what would be possible.
do you have an email-list, where you inform people about the dev-status, beta etc.?
plus put me on this list, i do not want to miss a thing ;-)
great work, go on ;-)
13 Nov 2009, 12:49 AM
I think it's not a Gantt-Chart. Scheduler is different. :-)
The Approach is another, i guess.
Back again, been very busy so sorry for not replying more often... There will be more details shortly in my blog. I just created a new webcast too which shows the scheduler in a wave, opening interesting possibilities for realtime collaborative online scheduling & project management for example.
- GWT-Ext component
- Support for multiple level headers
- Advanced styling demo & webcast
- Ext. 2.x sample implementation
I'm hoping to be able to wrap up the code for v1.0 during next week, I want to do some more testing first.