Add Scheduling capabilities to your application. An ActiveGantt control displays all types of data that can be presented in a Gantt Schedule format. An ActiveGantt control can be typically used to display appointments, tasks or other kinds of programmed activities.
This component makes it easy to build rosters, TV/movie scheduling, classroom scheduling, equipment/location rental, payroll, assembly line production, and many other applications.
Give ActiveGanttVBN Scheduler Component a try to fully assess it's capabilities!
Here are some key features of "ActiveGanttVBN Scheduler Component":
· Built using 100% managed code (VB.Net)
· Compatible with Visual Studio 2002, 2003 & 2005
· Easy to use component. Easy to understand object hierarchy
· Snap to grid and tool tips for easy date selection
· Conflict detection
· Infinite levels of zoom in the timeline. (zoom in, zoom out capabilities)
· Locale customizable
· Complete color and font customization
· Drag and drop functionality
· Comprehensive user's manual in printable format, also available online. Context sensitive help
· Also available as a VB6 ActiveX control, an MFC ActiveX control, a 100% managed net windows forms component in vb.net or C# or an ASP.Net web server control in vb.net or C#
· Special versions (different builds) for Visual Studio 6.0, 2002, 2003, 2005 and 2008
· Visual Studio 2005, 2008 or 2010
· A water mark on the lower right hand side
· Nag screen
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· The TimeLineScrollBar and the ProgressLine are now global objects that can be accessed directly from the control. However, they can also be accessed on a View per View basis like in previous versions. The TimeLineScrollBarScope and ProgressLineScope properties have been created to control this behavior. An ActiveGantt control can now have a single TimeLineScrollBar that applies to every view, or several TimeLineScrollBar objects that depend on each view object. The same holds true for the ProgressLine object. This has been implemented to simplify development.
· The properties of ProgressLine object have been expanded. A ProgressLine can now have varying width and you can use Style objects to control it's appearance.
· New events have been created to allow the TickMark Area to be custom drawn. The CustomTickMarkAreaDraw, CustomTickMarkDraw and TickMarkTextDraw events now control this behavior.
· Dates in the TickMark captions are now rounded to prev...