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Webix in Practice: Helping a Startup Create Apps for Enterprise Content Management

Our startup support program is showing promising results. Young specialists and new companies from all over the world bring their projects to fruition using Webix. Who’s been with us for a while, knows it firsthand that our library allows programmers to accelerate web development significantly. And it’s great to help younger teams get on track by providing them with an opportunity to create apps very quickly and effortlessly. We must admit that feedback from our startup customers is inspiring. Another success story has arrived from Germany.

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Webix in Practice: Project Management Application Based on Kanban widget

We are happy to present the second interview in our new series of articles about how Webix users put their ideas into practice. If you want to share your experience in building apps with Webix, you are welcome to contact us.

Today we will tell you about Jochen who is an experienced SharePoint and Office 365 developer, consultant, and business analyst from Germany.

Webix in Practice: Digital Solutions for Agribusiness and a Cloud-based Tool for Quick App Development

We always feel happy when we learn how our UI library helps our customers translate their ideas into reality. Are you a Webix user? We would be glad to hear your story. Feel free to contact us with your showcases.

The opener of our new article series is an interview with one of the Webix users, a programmer Valeriy Kuznetsov. He develops digital solutions for both leading agricultural companies and small enterprises.

Webix allowed Valeriy to create an effective cloud tool for software development within a short time. The system is called WizXpert. This solution combines back-end, front-end, and hybrid mobile app development. The system’s interface is Webix-based.

iFact: Developing a Webix-based invoicing application

This is a guest post by Dragos Stoica.

iFact: Developing a Webix-based invoicing application

The initial task

My objective was to design and implement a simple application allowing me to manage my freelance business. The application is called iFact and is available on github. The basic activity consists in getting contracts with clients, performing the work or service and invoicing the client. Also, I needed to manage the invoice flow and to have a minimal dashboard for cash flow control. The volume of invoices is low: from one to a couple of invoices per month. The number of clients and contracts per client is low, it means 5 to 10 clients with 1-3 contracts per client, normally one single contract active at any given moment in time.

Use Case: Webix for Online Gantt Chart Maker GanttPRO

Spring is already in the air with its smell of inspiration and excitement. It is the best time of the year to plant the seeds of future foundations, but I know the people who can already reap the fruits of their labour that started 2 years ago.

Webix and Gantt show case

Today I would like to let the GanttPRO team showcase their online project-management tool that, among other tools, is built with Webix. In March 2015 they hit the market and now can boast the 200.000-audience.

That’s not an ordinary showcase. We had a chance to speak with GanttPRO developers and question them about their experience in working with Webix library. You can find their ultimate and honest answers in the below article.

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