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New release: Mobiscroll 5.30 with variable event heights, lists within events, group summaries, task progress and Angular 18 & React 19 support

Happy to introduce variable event heights, not just as a UX improvement to display content that might have been truncated before, but also opening up new usage opportunities and adding new capabilities to the timeline view. Variable event heights Displaying events on the timeline view is a complicated task. There are a lot of parameters […]


New release: Mobiscroll 5.29 with event buffers, improved row and column styling, demo projects on GitHub and a new documentation

Happy to introduce event buffers, an easy way to style rows and columns in the scheduler and timeline, brand new documentation and demo projects on GitHub. Event buffer times Apart from the actual length of an event it is often useful to define extra time before and after. This could be prep time, travel time […]


New release: Mobiscroll 5.28 with Vue final, event stacks, fixed rows for the timeline, quick navigation UX update and more

Happy to introduce Mobiscroll for Vue final, control over event stacks, fixed rows for the timeline, quick navigation UX overhaul, new features for working with immutable data, accessibility and typescript improvements. Mobiscroll for Vue final The Vue version is officially out of beta now! There were another set of fixes and improvements added along with […]


New release: Mobiscroll 5.27 with quarter resolution, preventing event overlaps, new empty states and improved drag & drop control

Happy to introduce the public beta of Mobiscroll for Vue, quarter resolution to the timeline view, along with easier validation control, new event connection types, and drag & drop improvements. Mobiscroll for Vue The public beta is out for a couple of weeks now, all v5 demos are available for the Vue version and a […]


New release: Mobiscroll 5.26 with timeline header/footer templating, control over D&D interactions, event drag between instances and to external targets

Happy to introduce a packed 5.26 with new features and improvements. We are adding more customization capabilities to the timeline view with templating headers and footers. Drag & drop has been enhanced by introducing fine-grain control over the interactions on an event, resource and instance level, along with new drag and drop features that allow […]


New release: 5.25 with Vue 3 private beta

Happy to introduce Mobiscroll for Vue. This has been in the works for the past couple of months, currently in private beta, Mobiscroll for Vue 3 covers native Vue components for Mobiscroll 5. Private beta The first step of the launch is a private beta followed by a public beta and then the final/stable release. […]


New release: 5.22 with timeline sidebar & footer and better control over the row heights

Happy to introduce new ways to add rich data to the timeline view, more control over the row heights and other UX improvements. Showing more content through sidebars, headers and footers The timeline is used for scheduling, planning and solving complex logistical problems. Contextual data and means to interact with it is important for a […]


New release: 5:21 with weekly, monthly, yearly resolution for the timeline and new notification components for React

Happy to launch weekly, monthly and yearly resolution to the timeline view along with a new notification component for React and with preparation for Vue components and a bunch of fixes. Changing the resolution in the timeline view The timeline is being used for planning, managing tasks, projects, jobs across many resources. All modeled with […]


New release: 5:20 with event search, custom cell & invalid backgrounds and timeline day header templates

Excited to add more customization to Mobiscroll through cell and date-time range background, invalids, events and timeline day headers. Besides that we are happy to show you how you can simply and elegantly add search to your event calendar views. Customizing cell & range backgrounds along with invalids Setting the background color for time ranges […]