I continue to support the A5JQCalendar add on for Alpha Anywhere. There has not been an update in some time simply because there have not been any bug reports that need addressed. In addition, the calendar is loaded with features. I can't think of anything else to add.
I have decided to no longer offer for sale the Gantt and Scheduler components. Existing users will still receive support according to the original terms of sale. I appreciate all those who have purchased these products.
Please note that version 4.541 or greater is required if using Alpha Anywhere version 4. Several changes to allow the use of IIS as well as a change to the jQuery version, along with some other changes that affected my code, prevent previous versions of the calendar from working correctly with AA V4. All current JQCalendar V4 users can upgrade by using the link in the license file you received.
Download the new version and after extracting the jqcalender project, you should see an icon on your desktop, run the extracted project. This will update the files on your developer machine. Then open up any calendars you have in your own projects and save them. On saving you will be prompted to replace the old files with new ones. Accept all the prompts. Your old folders/files will be renamed with an _old prefix so there is no danger of losing anything. Once completed, publish the new files and you're all set.
I've been working with AlphaAnywhere's IIS beta and am pleased to say that, with some minor tweaks to the code, that I now have the beta version 5 of my calendar add-on running under IIS. I added a link to the demo site that opens the IIS site's calendar in the tabbed_ui. Lots more testing needs done and there is still one issue that I know needs addressed but all in all the IIS addition is going to be one huge step forward with AlphaAnywhere. I want to ensure version 5 of my calendar will run under IIS and the exercise will be useful for getting the Gantt to run under IIS as well.
Two new videos have been added in answer to user's questions: