Downloading and installing Scheduler .NET

Downloading and installing Scheduler .NET

Follow step-by-step instructions below to quickly get your scheduler running.

Common installation instructions

  1. Grab the latest package version from Note, it's the download link for the trial version. If you have a license, use the link you get after purchasing.
  2. Create a new folder in the computer file system and extract the package contents there;
  3. Add the library reference and scripts of dhtmlxScheduler to your project;
  4. If you have a license, apply the license key. See details here.

To check samples - copy content of the 'Samples' folder to the http root of your web server (IIS or any other .Net capable server)

Structure of package

Main folders and files that make up the package are:

  • Bin - a dll file containing the library.
  • Scripts - the client-side codebase.
  • Samples - the related samples.
  • apiReference.chm - the api documentation.
  • SchedulerNet.chm - the full documentation of the component.

Installing a NuGet package

There are 3 packages available on NuGet:

Before going further, please check whether you have NuGet for Visual Studio installed

  1. Create a new project (ASP.NET MVC or WebForms);
  2. Right click on the newly created project in the Solution Explorer to select 'Manage NuGet Packages for Solution..';
  3. Select the required DHTMLX Scheduler .NET package from the NuGet official package source (or search online) and accept license terms.
  4. If you have a license, apply the license key. See details here.

One more way to install Scheduler .NET is to run any of following commands in the Package Manager Console:

PM> Install-Package DHTMLX.Scheduler.NET
PM> Install-Package DHTMLX.Scheduler.MVC3.Sample
PM> Install-Package DHTMLX.Scheduler.WebForms.Sample

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