Discover the power of our Visual Scheduling Add-in Developers Toolbox (VSADT) with AL-API, designed to help you create a tailor-made planning board for your industry solution in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Our latest major release brings a wealth of exciting enhancements and improvements, allowing you to build your very own visual scheduler with ease.
We just released version 8.0 of our Visual Scheduling Widget Standard Edition (short: VSW SE) for HTML5 Gantt charts. With this major release, besides others, you get extraordinary new link functionalities, a new mode to sort activity and resource rows depending on their start or end date, and an extended Activities View to give you a deeper insight into the overall allocation of a resource. Read what's new in version 8.0 here.
Some weeks ago, I informed you about the new versions of both the Visual Production Scheduler and the Visual Jobs Scheduler. Now I am happy to announce a new release of our Visual Advanced Production Scheduler which has already been approved by Microsoft and can be downloaded from AppSource as well as from our Teams-based partner portal as of now.
For detailed information, please read the release notes.
Participating in industry conferences is always a rewarding experience to me, we get a unique blend of knowledge sharing, networking, and the chance to increase our market presence. This year, my team and I embarked on an exciting journey by becoming Silver Sponsors and attendees for the first time at Community Summit North America 2023 in vibrant Charlotte, North Carolina.
Lately, we have released version 1.20 of the Visual Production Scheduler (VPS) and the Visual Jobs Scheduler (VJS) for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central respectively. Both versions have been approved by Microsoft and can be downloaded from AppSource and our Teams-based partner portal now.
This blog post shows how we have further improved our extensions for visual scheduling in Dynamics 365 Business Central.
Since the last major release the Visual Scheduling Widget for HTML5 Gantt charts provides a view that shows resources grouped by skills. It combines two concepts for structuring data: hierarchically and by group. Even if resources have multiple skills, the VSW can help developers visualize them in a clearly structured, and intelligent manner.
In the last release of our Visual Scheduling Add-in Developer Toolbox (short: VSADT) we introduced you to our new Skilled Resources View. We now added some functionality to the new view, as well as to row visualization and interaction.