Overview of New DHTMLX Gantt Libraries in Pure React, Svelte, and Vue.js

Modern business applications are often built with the help of popular JavaScript frameworks. It has given us an idea — why not develop Gantt libraries in pure React, Svelte, and Vue.js that are currently much-loved by web developers. Such solutions can help to exclude any external dependencies or compatibility issues and speed up the development process. And now we are happy to announce the release of DHTMLX React Gantt, Vue.js Gantt, and Svelte Gantt.

Let us consider the main peculiarities of these promising libraries and find out how they can benefit web developers and end-users.

Equipped with key task management capabilities

The intuitive interface with drag-and-drop support makes it easy to manipulate all project tasks. It is also possible to complement tasks within the Gantt’s timeline with clarification remarks via tooltips and specify important project dates/stages with vertical markers.

The color scheme of Gantt chart interfaces can be defined with built-in Classic and Material skins.

Fully editable

Speedy and reactive

Completely customizable

Easy to start working

Our developers also prepared a collection of live demos vividly demonstrating all features of new React, Svelte, Vue.js Gantt libraries and examples of their usage in combination with Node.js and Go backend.

If you want to learn more details about brand new Gantt charts in pure React, Svelte, and Vue.js, check out the release article in our blog.

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