Gantt control add-in for Business Central with AL API - release 8.0

Posted by Juergen Theis on Nov 30, 2023 11:29:29 AM

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.

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Gantt control add-in for Business Central with AL API - release 7.1

Posted by Juergen Theis on Oct 13, 2023 10:30:00 AM

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.

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Update 3 of the Model for Resource Planning HTML5 Gantt Charts

Posted by Juergen Theis on Jul 10, 2023 11:15:24 AM

Almost exactly one year ago I reported about the second update of NETRONIC's Resource Planning Model. Since this model 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, it is not surprising that it has now been updated again.

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Gantt control add-in for Business Central with AL API - release 7.0

Posted by Dieter Temme on Jul 10, 2023 10:58:10 AM

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.

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Gantt control add-in for Business Central with AL API - release 6.4

Posted by Juergen Theis on Mar 7, 2023 1:16:04 PM

With planning boards, you often need a quick overview of jobs, tasks, or resources. It helps to sort the entries in the table part. In the past releases of our Visual Scheduling Add-in Developer Toolbox (short VSADT), we have already introduced the strong re-sorting function via drag&drop. Now we have worked further on this topic. Check out what's new in version 6.4 of our toolbox with AL API you can use for developing your own scheduler in Business Central.

 

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How to efficiently run a print business with an information management solution (guest blog)

Posted by Michael Bradley on Oct 31, 2022 10:58:09 AM

This post is a guest blog post provided by Michael Bradley, print industry specialist of our partner PrintVis from Denmark.

Last June PrintVis had the pleasure of participating in NETRONIC's global online event for Business Central manufacturing applications, to showcase our solution and discuss the value (for Microsoft Partners) of pursuing the print industry vertical. Today, let’s revisit some of that discussion.

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Gantt control add-in for Business Central with AL API - release 6.3

Posted by Juergen Theis on Oct 26, 2022 2:34:53 PM

The Visual Scheduling Add-in Developer Toolbox (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. 

Today we released Version 6.3 of the VSADT. Among others, you can now intuitively drag & drop rows in the table part of the Gantt chart. Learn more about the new features here. 

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Update 2 of the Model for Resource Planning HTML5 Gantt Charts

Posted by Juergen Theis on Jul 19, 2022 11:13:33 AM

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.

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