1. HTML Structure:
Start by setting up your HTML structure. Create a container for the Gantt chart and define elements for the chart itself, such as a `<div>` element with an `id` that will serve as the chart’s canvas.
2. CSS Styling:
Apply CSS styles to make your Gantt chart visually appealing. Define the look and feel of tasks, timelines, and any other visual elements you want to include. You can use CSS to adjust the width, colors, and positioning of tasks within the chart.
4. Event Listeners:
Implement event listeners to allow users to interact with the Gantt chart. For instance, you can listen for clicks on tasks to enable editing. When a user clicks on a task, open a modal or form to update task details, such as the task name, start date, and duration.
5. Task Rendering:
6. Data Storage:
7. Validation and Error Handling:
Implement validation to ensure that users enter valid task data. Check for overlaps or conflicts between tasks to prevent scheduling errors.
8. User Experience:
Focus on providing a smooth user experience. Consider adding features like drag-and-drop task rearrangement or resizing for enhanced usability.