TMS Silverlight - WPF Planner

TMS Silverlight - WPF Planner

Itr is a Silverlight - WPF control for implementing a broad range of planning
 
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The Silverlight - WPF Planner is a Silverlight - WPF control for implementing a broad range of planning and scheduling solutions. Whether a project requires the creation of a single-user Personal Information Management (PIM) application or time planning for multiple resources such as hotel rooms, rental cars and university courses, the Silverlight - WPF Planner provides an open, highly-configurable interface that will suit the project's needs.
Because Silverlight - WPF Planner is browser-based, it is perfect for applications supporting users connected via an intranet or the Internet. Silverlight - WPF Planner supports dynamic viewing of multiple resources and scheduled items in a variety of modes. Items can be scheduled at any granularity of time within a day view.
Broader pictures of allocated resources and appointments can be had via the day period, month, multi-month, timeline, and week views. All of these modes are available through a single Silverlight - WPF Planner control placed on a Silverlight - WPF form.
Main features:
-Multi-resource / multi-day or combined multi-resource/multi-day modes
-Monthview mode
-Full drag & drop support
-Time-axis orientation can be horizontal or vertical
-Recurrency support & built-in recurrency editor
-WCF based data binding to server-side database
-Configurable editing of events, via inplace editing, popup editing,...
-Highly customizable appearance via Expression Blend or XAML code.
-Optional completion display per resource
-Optional linked events support with link indication and various link types
-Compatible with Silverlight 2, Silverlight 3, Silverlight 4 and WPF 4.0
-Support for Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2010

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