Various small bug fixes and performance enhancements. Please read the release notes included in the distribution.
New “Gantt Chart Lite” control, new containers (split screens), new filtering support.
The focus of this release was on bug fixing and enhancements.
The focus of this release was on bug fixing. We also encountered a memory leak which forced us to remove the time tracking support from “Timeline”. The TimeTracker class is still there but has to be created and managed by the application itself. The issue was that the TimeTracker runs as a thread and it used to keep a reference to the timeline model, hence causing a memory leak.
The focus of this release was on bug fixing and migration to JavaFX 8u40 and higher.
Highlights of this release:
- Optimized algorithm for proper layout of activity clusters (overlapping entries) in agenda layout.
- New line manager for displaying non-overlapping activities in Gantt layout.
- Many small bug fixes.
CalendarFX 8.4.0. New controls, better performance, better styling.
This is the binary distribution of CalendarFX. It is feature-complete and only requires a valid license key (development or runtime license) after the trial period has ended. Please follow the instructions provided in the README files of the distribution.
This release only contains performance improvements for the model classes Entry and Calendar.
This release consists of several small bug fixes, one very important memory leak fix, and one important logic fix related to correctly displaying the first day of the week (Monday in Germany, Sunday in the US).
Fixed several small bugs but most importantly cleaned up some Maven dependencies. The distribution is much smaller now and really only contains what is absolutely needed. This release also eliminates the dependency to JODA time, which existed because of the inclusion of the Google recurrence API.
The Windows distribution of the Swing version for creating professional Gantt charts.
The MacOS distribution of the Swing version for creating professional Gantt charts.