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FullCalendar Reactive

Stable version 2.0.0 (Compatible with OutSystems 11)
Uploaded on 1 Sep by 
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fullcalendar-reactive

FullCalendar Reactive

Details
The FullCalendar Reactive is a complete calendar solution with several types of views, management of the events, display of events from various types of sources, advanced configurations to customise the calendar and various actions to interact with the Calendar.
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Integration of the Fullcalendar JavaScript plugin in OutSystems Reactive Web Apps made by Mediaweb team. The FullCalendar Reactive is a complete calendar solution with several types of views, management of the events, display of events from various types of sources, advanced configurations to customise the calendar and various actions to interact with the Calendar.

Documentation
Detailed information about the FullCalendar Javascript library can be found here.


License
The fullcalendar has 3 license options, Commercial License, Non-Commercial Creative Commons and GPL License. Details, here.

See more of our components on https://mediaweb.pt/our-tools

What’s new (2.0.0)

On this release we have updated the FullCalendar JavaScript file to the most recent version, v5.11.3. With this update the CSS and DOM structure has been refactored and some configurations have been modified. We have left the old component with the "Deprecated" tag to avoid breaking changes.

For more information on how to migrate form v4 to v5 you can check this link: https://fullcalendar.io/docs/upgrading-from-v4


  • Update to 5.11.3 FullCalendar JavaScript version.
  • New CSS sctructure to be compatible with the new version.
  • Update the following structures, Event, EventSource, Resource, ResourceSource and CallbackEvent.
  • Replace the viewRender event and Add the new event DatesSet
  • Change the "classList" attribute from Text to Text List, on Event Sctructure.
  • Rename the Rendering Static Entity to DisplayType, plus add new type of display.
  • Remove the input parameter EventDescription.
  • Demo changes - Now is possible to see the tooltip output in the calendar
  • Demo changes - Added the AddEvent in the ResourceView
  • Demo changes - EventSources are now feeding the calendar through a ResourceList instead of an API
Reviews (1)
2020-02-13
in version 1.0.0
This is a nice port from the traditional web component. I've been hoping someone would take the time to convert it.
The only problem I've seen is that in portrait view on a mobile device, the basic calendar view does not render properly and is thus non-functional.