Print

Set allowPrinting as true, to enable Print icon in the Kanban toolbar. You can use ‘print()’ method from Kanban instance to print the Kanban.

The following code example describes the above behavior.

  • html
  • <?php
        require_once '../EJ/AutoLoad.php';
        ?>
        <div class="cols-sample-area">
        <?php    
        $Json = '[{"Id": 1, "Status": "Open", "Summary": "Analyze the new requirements gathered from the customer.", "Type": "Story", "Priority": "Low", "Tags": "Analyze,Customer", "Estimate": 3.5, "Assignee": "Nancy Davloio", "ImgUrl": "Content/images/kanban/1.png", "RankId":1 }, { "Id": 2, "Status": "InProgress", "Summary": "Improve application performance", "Type": "Improvement", "Priority": "Normal", "Tags": "Improvement", "Estimate": 6, "Assignee": "Andrew Fuller", "ImgUrl": "Content/images/kanban/2.png", "RankId":1 }, { "Id": 3, "Status": "Open", "Summary": "Arrange a web meeting with the customer to get new requirements.", "Type": "Others", "Priority": "Critical", "Tags": "Meeting", "Estimate": 5.5, "Assignee": "Janet Leverling", "ImgUrl": "Content/images/kanban/3.png", "RankId":2 }, { "Id": 4, "Status": "InProgress", "Summary": "Fix the issues reported in the IE browser.", "Type": "Bug", "Priority": "Release Breaker", "Tags": "IE", "Estimate": 2.5, "Assignee": "Janet Leverling", "ImgUrl": "Content/images/kanban/3.png", "RankId":2 }, { "Id": 5, "Status": "Close", "Summary": "Fix the issues reported by the customer.", "Type": "Bug", "Priority": "Low", "Tags": "Customer", "Estimate": "3.5", "Assignee": "Steven walker", "ImgUrl": "Content/images/kanban/5.png", "RankId":1 }]';
        $Json = json_decode($Json,true);
        $kanban = new EJ\Kanban("default");    
        $column = new EJ\Kanban\Column();
        $column ->key("Open")->headerText("Backlog");    
        $column1 = new EJ\Kanban\Column();
        $column1 ->key("InProgress")->headerText("In Progress");    
        $column2 = new EJ\Kanban\Column();
        $column2 ->key("Close")->headerText("Done");    
        $fields = new EJ\Kanban\Field();
        $fields ->content("Summary")->primaryKey("Id");
        $columns = array( 
            $column,$column1,$column2
            );    
        echo $kanban ->columns($columns)->dataSource($Json)->allowTitle(true)->allowPrinting(true)->fields($fields)->keyField("Status")->render();
        ?>
        </div>

    The following output is displayed as a result of the above code example.

    Print in PHP kanban control