I have published a new version of the book:
1. New chapter showing how to use external widgets to manipulate a calendar instance: datepicker for navigating and checkbox for filtering.
2. Added code in the database persistence samples to save updates when resizing or dragging events.
3. Fixed bugs in code samples from the database persistence chapter. Also updated Web2py sample project with those fixes.
Buyers from previous versions will get these updates for free. Interested developers can get their own copy and future updates will be free.
Thank you all for your support!
I am currently adding to the book two examples showing how to interact with fullCalendar using widgets such as datepickers or checkboxes. These are the examples:
The price will increase again in a few days when I publish this version. This version is already published. As always, previous buyers will not be affected by this and will receive these updates at no additional cost.
You can take advantage of the current price if you get the book now.
Thanks for your support.
yii2fullcalendar component – simple component exposing fullCalendar’s model. Seems to be based on fullCalendar 2.2.3
Ruby On Rails
FullCalendar Events and Scheduling – this is a screencast based on version 2.9.1 of fullCalendar. Shows how to use dialogs and a date range picker.
The book contains a Web2py application showing how you could integrate fullCalendar with the framework.
flask-fullcalendar – Example of a simple integration with flask. I included a different example with the book.
Laravel fullCalendar component – a component to integrate fullCalendar in Laravel projects.
Vue fullCalendar component – sample code to integrate fullCalendar with the Vue.js framework.
Fullcalendar Walk through with AngularJS – blog post showing a very simple integration with AngularJS.
FullCallendar with React and ES6 – sample code showing how to load fullCalendar as a component in ReactJS.
Most of these examples will give you the basics of integrating fullCalendar in your projects. After that very important step, you can use the examples in the book to customize its use.
Added a chapter on how to use jQuery dialogs to create, modify and remove events from the calendar. The source package includes jQueryUI and its CSS so the samples can run out of the box.
This upgrade is free if you already purchased the book. If not, learn more about it and decide if it will be useful to you.
After the next chapter the price will change to $9.99 ($2 increase). Take advantage of the early adopters price.