Project management apps for your Mac and iPhone

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As we’ve stated on the Web site (referring to Ganttis framework, of course):

We are very proud of our newest library: it provides really powerful Gantt chart software parts that Apple platform developers can easily integrate into their own Xcode projects.

And now we can add something brand-new for all the users too:


Gantt chart editor for macOS

This is a classic document-based Gantt chart editor for macOS, allowing you (and anyone) to define and manage .project files with…

We have recently published an article about loading and saving Excel® files using our new ProjectManagementFramework.Xlsx package (on top of DlhSoft Project Management Framework, of course) from a Windows desktop app.

Importing/exporting Gantt chart data from/to Microsoft Excel®

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Excel? But why?

When you say data, you most likely say Excel. It’s just the way it is, at least for now, during the first decades of the 21st century.

instantly generated, interactive, automatically synchronized to clipboard data, with image export support

Now it’s easy. And you don’t need an Excel template for this. Nor you need to pass the entire document to an external app — keep private data safe all times.

DlhSoft’s WPF and ASP .NET MVC components are all supported!

WPF controls from Gantt Chart Light Library (NuGet package) and Hierarchical Data Light Library (NuGet package), as well as ASP .NET MVC extensions from Gantt Chart Web Library (NuGet package) are supported in .NET 5 projects, available now with Visual Studio 2019 (v16.8).

How can we adapt DlhSoft’s Swift-based Gantt chart components and integrate them into a Xamarin app?

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About one year ago we’ve released Ganttis (and recently we’ve upgraded it to version 2) — consisting of a powerful set of macOS and iOS components that allow developers to easily add Gantt charts into their apps.

We’ve recently built wrappers on top of our pure JavaScript Gantt chart components targeting Angular, React and also Vue.js, these being three of the most used client side Web frameworks worldwide — at least now, in 2020.

React.js is very popular, and while it’s technically “just a library” and not a framework per se, the features it offers allow you to develop virtually any kind of Web applications with a lot of ease and flexibility.

Custom timeline — GanttChartView

If you develop project management or scheduler applications, however, you’d still need to design and set up a lot of code if you’d need even the lightest timeline view. That’s simply because time itself is a difficult concept to grasp and to properly represent with all its rules, exceptions, and exceptions to exceptions.

As the publication name suggests, at DlhSoft we have been building Gantt chart libraries for software development since a very long time ago. On the Web too, allowing you to create a full range of timeline based applications, from project management to any type of resource scheduler and more.

Showing the internally computed critical path of a project with GanttChartView

To add a Gantt chart in one of your Angular app views, you’d simply need to add the DlhSoft scripts into your solution (core JavaScript code, TypeScript…

In 2012 we’ve released a set of JavaScript based Gantt chart components that developers could use in their own Web apps. But that was not all; for ASP .NET developers we have prepared a lot more — full wrappers for the client side controls offering native server side support as well!

Gantt Chart Web Library for ASP .NET

Gantt chart, schedule chart, resource load chart, PERT chart, and network diagram components from our ASP .NET library allow .NET Framework developers to easily create rich Web applications for project management and resource management purposes, and more. See some live demos, if you want.


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