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DHTMLX is a JavaScript GUI widget library for building dynamic web applications with desktop-like user experience and Ajax data loading. The components can be easily combined in a consistent dynamic interface with cross-browser support and high level of interactivity via Ajax.

The DHTMLX component library offers a pure JavaScript/CSS solution. The advantage of developing with this client-side library is that developers can use it with their favorite server-side technology.


Free to download


GNU GPL v2, Commercial



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Documentation, Blog, Forum

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Features include:

  • DOM wrapped
  • XMLHttpRequest data retrieval
  • JSON data retrieval
  • Drag and drop
  • Inline editing
  • Clipboard operations
  • Simple visual effects
  • Event handling
  • Input form widgets & validation
  • Grid
  • Hierarchical Tree
  • Rich text editor
  • Autocompletion tools
  • HTML generation tools
  • Widgets themeable / skinnable:
    • DataGrid: the most mature and developed DHTMLX component with solid features, can be extended to hierarchical grid
    • Navigation: treemenu, menu, tabs, and accordion
    • Layout: dataview, layout, and popup windows
    • Form: form validation, form data is retrieved and saved back to database automatically
    • Charts: dynamic charts written in JavaScript: line, bar, and pie charts
    • Scheduler: events calendar, or scheduler, also available as Joomla! and WordPress plugins
    • ASP.NET Scheduler: event calendar for ASP.NET applications
    • Gantt: interactive Gantt chart component
    • Spreadsheet: web-based embeddable spreadsheet component written in JavaScript and PHP
  • GUI resizable panels and modal dialogs
  • GUI page layout
  • Canvas support
  • Mobile/tablet support (with plugin)
  • Developer tools, Visual design
  • Charting and Dashboard
  • Cross-browser: the library works in all modern browsers: Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari

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