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Simple GanttChart using AdvancedDataGrid of Flex 3.0 (Moxie)

Posted on: June 13, 2007

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[…] Simple GanttChart using AdvancedDataGrid of Flex 3.0 (Moxie) Flex 3.0 (Moxie) beta is out and I am sure most of you would have started playing around with the cool new features of […] […]

Awesome Bro… cool stuff

when do you think you will be able to share the code. This is exactly what i have been looking for?

[…] using AdvancedDataGrid (moxie) June 28, 2007 Posted by vodka in flex. trackback Few days back I had posted an example of a Gantt chart component developed using the AdvancedDataGrid of moxie. I was playing around with […]

This is what we need for our project, if we can’t find or build it in Flex we must do this project in swing. Please send me the source code, we don’t care for the “unclean” code, but will give us a point to get started.

May you share with us the code of the app?
I’d like to see the source code to compare with Doug’s source.
Thanks!

Nice code ! I am really interesting by your source, when you post it ?? Especially about the group support (I try to do the same in an advanceddatagrid but I fail ;-( )

Post your code even if it’s not as clean as your expect😉

Thks you so much

Hiii,

It seems to be cool feature added in moxie.

I have created treeGrid with database dirven records structure, & added few link buttons for some cells to show more meta-data per cell.

This component will help me more to customized in all ways.

Thanks,
Prashant D Shelke.

Is there any way to group rows as well? I can appreciate grouping columns but for some of my visuals I would like to be able to group chunks of rows.

ie.

– –
-<
– –
– – –

I have been reading your articles now for a while and they look great, thanks for sharing them. I’ve learned a lot.

Cheers

Vincent

The World of Office Tips and Tricks.

Never mind the slow scrolling, this app could save us tons of time on projects. Thanks for the hard work!

This is a great tool for managing data when we are operating multiple projects at once. I appreciate the work you put in.

When you’re ready to unveil that cleaned up code, I think we’d all like to see it. This seems like an extremely useful tool for coordinating ongoing projects.

[…] meanwhile I got several comments, mails and even angry remarks for posting the source code of the gantt chart / task scheduler chart that I had posted here a few months back. Thanks for the interest shown, […]

it’s good if you can post the source code.

Yes, very interresting ! I works on a similar approach, but I’m also a flex beginer … thanks in advance for the source code.

Hi,
Can u post the source code. I really need it. Thanks.🙂

I’d love to see the source.

as other examples that are based on the Flex DataGrid the bar column is not scrollable. I guess this component only supports scrolling-by-column, not …by-pixels, right? Do you know any workaround?

Great work..can you share the source?

I use the flex AdvancedDataGrid

Tht’s really cool and great🙂. Can you please send me the source code for this? I am egar to use and do some additional things in it if possible😀.

Thanx in advance

Have you seen yutiti http://www.yutiti.com Gantt chart?

Hi there, I’m having problems accessing the example.
Is it still up there?
Thanks a lot
Damian

Hello, can you send me the source code? I’m a beginner of using flex =)

Hi Vodka,

This is just great!. I would love to see how you implemented it.
Could you please kindly send me the source code as well?

I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks

Hi, could you please send me the source code? It’s great job but I just couldn’t test it.
Thanks a lot.

Hi, great work, could you please also send me the source? Thank you🙂

Looks good; similar to what ILOG Elixr is doing, but for free! Could you send me the source as well?

Thanks in advance!

hi, the application looks great.
i’d love to see the application in action.
could you send me the source, please?
thanks a lot.

Your application astonishes me.
If you do not mind, I would like to refer to your source for my project.
Please share your source with me.

Thank you

Hai,
The application is too great…
If u dont mind, please share your source with me.

Thank you

Awesome Work Dear

If it is possible for you, can you please Share the Codes Because I was looking for some thing Related to this .

Thanks & Regards
Vivek Manchanda

HELLO
WOULD YOU SEND ME WITH EMAIL SOURCE OF “Simple GanttChart using AdvancedDataGrid of Flex 3.0 (Moxie)”
I VEREY VERY IN DANGER

That’s really AWESOME !

I was looking for a gantt chart a bit more sophisticated than Doug’s One, and your’s just seems perfect.

Could you send me the source code for the Gantt that we can see in screenshot please ?
(The source code link does not provide the same ganttchart)

Thanks in advance
Regards

I love your post!

I’m going to echo the request of so many others and ask that you email your source code🙂

Thanks for all of your hard work.

Regards

Hi !

Could you please share the Source Code for this Gantt using

Advance Data Grid in Flex 3.0.

If you share it, its really helpful for me.

And advance Thanks for you …

My mail id is : walkwithsabari@gmail.com

Hi,
this will be very helpful for me, could you please share the source code ?
Thanks.

Hi,

It is just great. Could you please share the source code?

Thanks,

Jon

Hi
An excellent innovative code. Please if you can send me a modified code in such a way so that it is flexible for any given time period of a task. And please send me the modified code as soon as possible immediately as a help.

Thanks.

zameer.

[…] days back I had posted an example of a Gantt chart component developed using the AdvancedDataGrid of moxie. I was playing around with […]

[…] I got several comments, mails and even angry remarks for not posting the source code of the gantt chart / task scheduler chart that I had posted here a few months back. Thanks for the interest shown, […]

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