With version 7.0 of the Visual Scheduling Add-ins Developer Tools (short: VSADT) we publish, besides some minor enhancements, a new view type that allows to structure resources depending on their skills.
Today I would like to inform you about a new release of our Visual Scheduling Add-in Developer Toolbox (VSADT). Microsoft Dynamics 365 BC ISVs use our control add-in to visualize data from their solutions in the form of interactive Gantt charts. They are completely integrated in D365 BC and can be developed without knowing any HTML5 code, but only with AL/CAL code.
There are some powerful new features you should not miss. Read what's new in Version 6.1
Two issues are crucial in this context:
- Look-and-Feel: All interactive elements on the screen have to be large enough and be positioned in sufficient distance to each other so that they can be hit accurately by a finger without causing ambiguities.
- Interactions: All interactive elements on the screen can allow mouse and touch gestures. The interactions also have to be intuitive for the end user.