More powerful features for HTML5/JavaScript Gantt charts with VSW 3.2

Posted by Juergen Theis on Jun 29, 2020 10:51:43 AM

Our standard edition of the Visual Scheduling Widget (VSW SE for short) for HTML5/JavaScript Gantt charts has evolved excellently in the last few weeks. Driven by the requirements of our customers and by those of our own products we have enhanced the widget further and today we released a new version 3.2. SE. So, let me give you a brief overview of the most important extensions.

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What is an activities and a resources view in an HTML5 Gantt Chart?

Posted by Juergen Theis on May 29, 2020 2:39:09 PM

When you start the development of an HTML5/JavaScript Gantt chart using our Visual Scheduling Widget (VSW for short), or at latest when you discover the VSW option viewType, you will ask yourself: What the hell is the difference between an Activities View and a Resources View, and what view type is appropriate for my concern?

This post will give you an answer and explain the different options each view offers. This approach of the two views with their respective strengths is of course not limited to the VSW alone, but is intended as food for thought for all developers who have to create an HTML5 Gantt chart.

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Visual Scheduling Widget for HTML5 Gantt charts - new features

Posted by Juergen Theis on Feb 10, 2020 2:08:07 PM

For about half a year, we are offering the powerful and easy to use Visual Scheduling Widget in a standard edition (VSW SE for short). This jQuery UI widget gives developers maximum flexibility to integrate JavaScript/HTML5 Gantt charts into their business solutions.

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Update of the Model for Resource Planning HTML5 Gantt Charts

Posted by Juergen Theis on Dec 18, 2019 2:43:19 PM

A few months ago, I presented our Model for Resource Planning HTML5 Gantt Charts in a two-part blog post. Now that we have successfully realized many more projects in the meanwhile it is time to give you an update.

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Generalized model for HTML5 Gantt charts for resource planning, part #2

Posted by Juergen Theis on Jun 17, 2019 1:11:58 PM

During the last years we gained a lot of experience in developing HTML5 Gantt charts. It boiled down to a generalized model for resource planning, that is now basis of our Visual Scheduling Widget. How this model looks like, I started to explain in my previous blog post, when I described the data model and its' different types of objects we think are relevant to visualize resources and their activities.

In this post I explain how to map the members of this data model to interactive graphical representations. So the second (and last 😉) part  of my series of blog posts about our generalized model for HTML5 Gantt Charts refers to the concept of mapping

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Generalized model for HTML5 Gantt charts for resource planning, part #1

Posted by Juergen Theis on May 28, 2019 7:10:03 PM

Some time ago, I reported on the way NETRONIC helps its customers develop web applications for scheduling or resource planning by offering custom tailored, interactive HTML5 Gantt charts. Since then, things have evolved outstandingly. My update on this is the following blog post about our new generalized model for resource planning that is today the basis of our Visual Scheduling Widget.

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3 different ways of visualizing capacity load in planning boards

Posted by Kerstin Sieckmann on Dec 10, 2018 10:11:13 AM

Resource load plays a key role when it comes to order planning. Planners have to ask themselves whether a certain resource has enough capacity on a certain day to work off a task. Usually, the capacity load is visualized by a capacity curve, also called histogram, in a Gantt chart. In this blogpost I‘ll introduce two other ways of displaying capacity load: by an own resource view and by a calendar view as is known from Microsoft Outlook.

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NAV Project planning: HTML5/JavaScript Gantt chart for ISV solution

Posted by Ute Gillet on Oct 25, 2018 1:56:00 PM

Resource planning for pest controllers

Pest controlling has more and more become a highly complex service business, no longer being a mere matter of setting traps or placing baits but meanwhile also including making service contracts to ensure that the trap systems in the infested buildings will be checked and equipped on a regular basis. Moreover, comprehensive regular documentation is mandatory for the pest controller as well as for his customer. Pest controllers with a big customer base nowadays can’t do without consistently being supported by software. For this reason, many of them use the ERP system Microsoft Dynamics NAV that simply lets them better manage customer contracts, recurrent on-site services, invoices, and inventory.

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