A Gantt chart is mainly used in project management. It is a bar chart, designed by Henry Gantt, that shows a project schedule. Gantt chart illustrates elements contained in the work breakdown structure (WBS) of the project. Gantt charts usually show the start and finish dates of WBS elements and also show the dependency relationships between them.
gwt-gantt is a web-based Gantt Chart widget for use in Google Web Toolkit (GWT) applications. Features include:
gwt-gantt is in its early stages, and currently only works with HTML5 capable webapps that support inline SVG components (Firefox 4 and Chrome 6+). Support for non-HTML5 webapps will be coming soon, but is a lower priority.
The jQuery.ganttView plugin is a very lightweight plugin for creating a Gantt chart in plain HTML…no vector graphics or images required. The plugin supports dragging and resizing the Gantt blocks and callbacks to trap the updated data.
Use our open source Gantt chart to illustrate a project schedule. You may show the dependency relationships between activities as lines between those activities. Current schedule status can be seen at a glance with percent-complete shadings. Projects, tasks, and activities are comfortably organized into a tree structure (left of the Gantt chart), which can be expanded/collapsed by a single mouse click. Mouseover popups show detailed activity properties.
A next-generation grid component that takes full advantage of modern browsers and object stores. Lightweight, modular, and easily extensible, dgrid is released under the same open-source license and CLA as the Dojo Toolkit. Easily extend dgrid to create complex components, e.g. Gantt chart.