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ActiveGanttJQW Gantt Chart / Scheduler Component Documentation

The ActiveGanttJQW Gantt Chart / Scheduler Component is an HTML5 JQuery Widget written in Javascript. It is server indepent and can be used with PHP, Ruby on Rails, ASP.NET or any other server that supports Ajax calls. It has the same features and the same object model as the other ActiveGantt products. View the frameless version of the documentation.

ActiveGanttCSN Gantt Chart / Scheduler Component Documentation

The ActiveGanttCSN Gantt Chart / Scheduler Component is a Windows Forms Control written in Microsoft C# (100% managed code). Can be used with any .Net language including C#, Visual Basic .Net, J#, managed C and many others. The demo includes on-line programmer's documentation and a demo project in C#. This control requires Visual Studio .Net or the Net Framework. View the frameless version of the documentation.

ActiveGanttCSW Gantt Chart / Scheduler Component Documentation

The ActiveGanttCSW Gantt Chart / Scheduler Component is a Windows Presentation Foundation WPF control written in C#(100% managed code). Can be used with any .Net language including C#, Visual Basic .Net, J#, managed C and many others. The demo includes on-line programmer's documentation and a demo project in C#. This control requires Visual Studio .Net or the Net Framework. View the frameless version of the documentation.

ActiveGanttVC Gantt Chart / Scheduler Component Documentation

The ActiveGanttVC Gantt Chart / Scheduler Component is an MFC ActiveX control written in Microsoft Visual C++ 10.0 (Visual Studio 2010). The demo includes on-line programmer's documentation, a demo project in Visual C++, a demo project in Visual Basic 6.0 and a demo in Microsoft Access 2003. The MFC library versions are statically linked, so the component requires no runtime files. This version is compatible with Microsoft Access and most OLE control containers. This control is intended for the majority of programmers that need to have an ActiveX control and are programming in languages different to .NET (unmanaged code). This control is also Microsoft Project 2003, 2007 and 2010 compatible. View the frameless version of the documentation.

Additional help resources for the ActiveGantt Scheduler Component:

2011.11.12 :: Getting Started with the ActiveGanttCSW Gantt Chart Scheduler Component. A complete tutorial that describes how to get started with the ActiveGanttCSW Component. It covers installing the component, as well as creating a very simple WPF application with ActiveGanttCSW.

2011.11.9 :: Getting Started with the ActiveGanttCSE Gantt Chart Scheduler Component. A complete tutorial that describes how to get started with the ActiveGanttCSE Component. It covers installing the component, as well as creating a very simple Silverlight application with ActiveGanttCSE.

2011.9.27 :: Gantt Chart - Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Project Management Example. This example demonstrates how to use the Gantt Chart control to display a project management application with a treeview on the left side. Major branches of the treeview can be expanded or collapsed. Tasks that comprise the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) can be resized and, if so desired, converted into milestones by setting the task start date equal to the end date. Summary elements are resized automatically according to the work breakdown structure task changes. Percent complete bars can also be resized using the user interface, and this also affects the summary elements indicating the overall status of the schedule. Predecessor relationships can be established between tasks, in four different ways: Finish-to-Start, Start-To-Finish, Finish-To-Finish, and Start-To-Start. Tooltips in this example are highly customized, and when the cursor hovers over a task or milestone, the start and finish dates are displayed, along with the icon, percent-complete and caption of the WBS or summary element. The time line is custom drawn using the CustomTierDraw event and the styles for task and percentage objects are drawn using hatch patterns. Tasks can be highlighted in blue by clicking on the corresponding check box in the treeview.

2011.9.27 :: Schedule / Roster - Vehicle Rental / Fleet Control Example. This example shows how to create a schedule or roster using the ActiveGantt Gantt Chart control. It is bound at the back end by an Access 2003 database. The ActiveGantt control is in grid mode with a two level hierarchy between branches and cars, and branches can be collapsed or expanded as needed. The grid is subdivided into cells and the second cell has it's image property set to the color and type of vehicle. Rental costs are calculated in real time by using time data extracted from the ActiveGantt Gantt chart control, other costs are fixed. Cars and branches can be edited, and cars can be reassigned to another branch. A task can be a reservation, an actual rental or outside the fleet for maintenance. Non-conflicting and recurring TimeBlock objects are used to highlight weekends. It illustrates an alternative way to use views on the Gantt Chart's time line, and how to zoom in or out of these views.

2011.9.24 :: Getting Started with the ActiveGanttVC Gantt Chart Scheduler Component. A complete tutorial that describes how to get started with the ActiveGanttVC Component. It covers installing the component, as well as creating very simple applications with ActiveGanttVC.

2011.9.19 :: Getting Started with the ActiveGanttCSN Gantt Chart Scheduler Component. A complete tutorial that describes how to get started with the ActiveGanttCSN Component. It covers installing the component, as well as creating a very simple Windows Forms application with ActiveGanttCSN.

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