How are you guys doing?
I downloaded a trial version of Scheduler Pro (which is valid for 30 days I believe) and I am trying to integrate it with an Angular (version 7, if that matters) app.
I have a few questions regarding this, and I am hoping you can help me out with these:
- In package.json, the license is
"license": "DHTMLX Evaluation",
so when I start the running the app, I get this warning
warning package.json: License should be a valid SPDX license expression
should I not have a trial license here? (Mind you, the app still runs).
If yes, where do I get it?
If not, What happens if I don’t enter a license key here at all - how would that validate if 30 days has been crossed or not? Or is the 30 days for support only and then I have to buy the license for more support? (I am planning on using this in a SASS product, therefore, I should buy the 1200 USD Commerical license from what I’ve seen on your site - correct me if I am wrong here?) .
I came across the NPM package - https://www.npmjs.com/package/dhtmlx-scheduler - is this the same as the Pro version? If it is, I can pull this and start using it - but then, where would I set the license key . Or again, is the license for support and distribution rights?
On a related note - how do I integrate the Pro version with my angular app - I have the JS file - which I got via email. Do I just take this file and start using it? Angular integration and @Input() would make my life easier - but even the .js file is ok.
I saw the angular app demo - https://dhtmlx.com/blog/dhtmlx-gantt-chart-usage-angularjs-2-framework/ - the UI looks pretty out of date - and I am not sure which version of the NPM package will work with angular 7.
Will all the configs part of the JS samples work as directives for the NPM package?
Thanks for your help.