It's also possible to include the necessary JS/CSS files from CDN.
To install dhtmlxScheduler through NuGet, execute the following command line:
nuget install DHTMLX.Scheduler
If you are using Microsoft Visual Studio, run the following command from the Package Manager Console:
To install Scheduler through Bower, execute the following command line:
bower install scheduler
To install Scheduler through npm, execute the following command line:
npm install dhtmlx-scheduler
To include JS/CSS files from CDN, you should set direct links to dhtmlxscheduler.js and dhtmlxscheduler.css files:
You can find the full list of links you can include from CDN, depending on the version of dhtmlxScheduler in a separate article.
All public sources (CDN, NuGet, Bower, and npm) contain a Stardard edition of the component, which is distributed under the GPL license. Currently we don't have corresponding private servers from where the Professional version of the component can be installed. There are two possible ways out:
npm install ../scheduler-local-package-path.
npm linkin the package folder.
npm link dhtmlx-scheduler.