I have already reported here several times about NETRONIC's Resource Planning Model which is essential for understanding the basic concepts of our products like our Visual Scheduling Widget for HTML5 Gantt charts or, for the world of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, our Visual Scheduling Add-in Developer Toolbox. Why this update now? As you can imagine, the model is constantly growing due to constant new findings and experiences and the associated extensions. The last update was quite a while ago (see here) and now it is time to give you an update. So read here, what is new.
Today we released a new version of our Visual Scheduling Add-in Developer Toolbox (VSADT). The VSADT is a Gantt control add-in for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and fully integrates with the ERP system. ISVs use the VSADT in their business solutions to visualize their data in form of an interactive graphical planning board. You develop your individual Gantt chart only by using AL code.
Let's take a look at what great features the new version 6.2 offers to you.
With version 6.2 of the Visual Scheduling Widget Standard Edition (short: VSW SE) we continue as usual the regular series of enhancements and improvements.
With version 6.1 of the Visual Scheduling Widget Standard Edition (short: VSW SE) we released some enhancements and improvements that have been requested by our customers for some time but unfortunately did not find their way into the major release 6.0.
Today we released a new version of our Visual Scheduling Add-in Developer Toolbox (VSADT). With the VSADT you can very easily develop individual, interactive graphical planning boards for Microsoft Dynamics D365 BC, only by using AL respectively CAL code. Read, what's new in version 6.0.
With version 6.0 of the Visual Scheduling Widget Standard Edition (VSW SE for short), we are achieving a new level of user experience. In particular, the new grouping mechanism offers new possibilities for structuring Gantt data and will help users keep track of their data.
This blog post covers the options you have to structure your Gantt data in the Visual Scheduling Widget (VSW for short). We will discuss the two mechanisms – building hierarchies and grouping – that VSW offers for this task.
With the Visual Scheduling Add-in Developer Toolbox (VSADT) you can develop individual visual schedulers for Microsoft Dynamics 365 BC or NAV, by only using AL respectively CAL code.
We have released a new version of the VSADT with more visual design options. For example, you can now freely design the dateline grids, create patterns for your bars, and do many other small things to make your visual scheduler more user-friendly and meaningful. Read here what new features version 5.3 provides and how you can use them.