WebScheduler is a unique tool for displaying schedules for multiple resources via the Net.
It was designed to be compatible with multiple browsers (not IE only!).
Full support for edit-in-place and drag&drop make pages based on this component easy to use an AJAX (callbacks)
A control con be used in many areas: hierarchical project planning, managment of resources and time, hotel room booking,
employee scheduling, team management, doctor/patient time plan, etc.
Tasks can be presented and managed as parts of a Gantt chart.
A capability to define view and contents of a calendar in detail was combined with ease of programming and usage of ASP.
NET 2.0 in the latest Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. This will make using a calendar easier.
- Windows Vista,98,ME,2000,XP,2003
- Pentium II CPU
- 64 MB RAM
|File Size:||5.23 MB|
|License:||Free to try, $799.0 for 1 developer|
Main Features of WebScheduler :
- IE, Netscape, Firefox, Opera - a component is displayed correctly in Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator and FireFox browsers.
- Minimum HTML size - a large portion of HTML code is generated on a client. Therefore a size of HTML transferred in small and does not depend of a number of rows (time resolution of a scheduler).
- Simple programming - a simple data model and structure similar to other .NET controls simplify using ComponentGo controls in your code.
- AJAX callbacks - callback support (AJAX) allows for faster processing of server events without screen refresh and focus loss.
- Context Menus - client events for mouse clicks in a Web browser and new menu controls allow to display context menus associated with various elements of a scheduler without requests to a server.
- Multilingual – using system language settings allows operation in any language.
- Resource manager – allows you to manage available resources in time (hotel rooms, employees performing tasks, availability of various devices, cars, etc.).
- Full control over color from a Visual Designer and Auto format — all the controls' colors can be easily adjusted.
- Smart tags (Action list) - a scheduler supports new capabilities of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 speeding up setting frequently used properties. vstudio
- Defining tooltips - allows to assign additional information displayed after pointing to an items or a resource with a mouse. When a full text of an item does not fit a frame, a tooltip displays it in an enlarged window.
- Customizable time resolution - allows to define time resolution of a control within 5 minutes to 1 day range.
- Edit text item and resource (Edit In Place) - allows to edit text directly on a item or a resource control without opening a new page.
- Customizable hours - allows to set working hours, holidays and a range of time displayed on a scheduler.
- Reading from and saving to ADO.NET - A demo program writing resources and items objects to and reading them from an SQL database using ADO.NET and any data structure.
- CLS Compliant & Code Analysis- All assemblies are compiled with rules set to CLS Compliant and chcecked using Code Analysis
- Drag & Drop functionality - directly on a scheduler you can change duration and start time of an item using a mouse. It is possible to check how durations of linked objects changed when scheduler item objects were changed. demo
- Extended elements display - allows to associate arbitrary content (including graphics) to individual scheduler elements including full support for client mouse events.
- Overlapping items – Settings allowing to control the way scheduler item objects overlap and are moved between different levels of resource tree.
- Resources tree – Fully editable list or a tree of resources allowing for editing texts, change size and the way columns look, etc.
- Caption and date navigator – definable title of a list with time navigation buttons.
- Client and Server events – fully configurable mechanism allowing to easily handle them in client event, server callbacks or server postbacks models.
- Linked items – allows for linking many scheduler item objects with many others (many-to-many). Determines order of items.