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Lightweight & Highly Customizable Ajax Events Calendar

Posted · Category: Calendar, GPL License

dhtmlxScheduler is a web-based event calendar which provides simple in-browser scheduling solution. With smooth Ajax-enabled interface dhtmlxScheduler allows users to add, modify or delete events without refreshing the web page.

Intuitive drag-n-drop behavior gives the possibility to change events date and start/end time by simply dragging the event boxes. The calendar events can be displayed in Day/Week/Month views.

dhtmlxScheduler is very lightweight (about 19KB gzipped), cross-browser and highly customizable. Each aspect of the calendar interface can be configured through JavaScript API. Developers can easily add/update events, change date format, time scale or calendar language.

Javascript Calendar

Although dhtmlxScheduler is a pure JavaScript solution, it can be easily connected to the backend database with the help of dhtmlxConnector, a PHP extension that enables data communication between client-side interface and server-side datasource.

You can also use your own server-side code written in any language (PHP, Java, ASP, etc.) to bind scheduler content to the database. dhtmlxScheduler is distributed under GNU GPL and commercial licenses.

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Demo: http://dhtmlx.com/docs/products/dhtmlxScheduler…
License: GPL and Commercial Licenses

5 Comments
  • http://twitter.com/Qandil/ Issa Qandil

    This is really a cool control but i think that you need to buy it in order to be able to use it in a website you are selling right ?

    But thanks for sharing this one, it is really fast

  • http://www.evanbot.com Evan Byrne

    That’s the best schedule thingymaboper I’ve seen! Including desktop ones.

  • Serge

    This is superb! The non-profit version is nice to play with, but if you need to include this in a commercial product $99 is not a bad deal at all! Considering it works well and you get updates.

    I’m working on an application that requires calendar functions and this is probably the best one I’ve seen.. I’m excited! Time to theme it to fit the app…

  • Striker

    It is a nice scheduler. When we evaluated different schedulers for our product, web2calendar was the easiest to implement.

    Best part I liked was creating templates in plain HTML and it fitted any kind of objects.

    Yes, their documentation is not upto mark but their support is good.

    I would suggest try http://www.web2cal.com and compare the 2

  • Plato

    You do not need to buy it in order to use in a website you’re selling. You can use it under GNU GPL Licence, which , in short, means your web-app needs to be delivered/published in a GNU GPL as well. Which is: open source. So then , anyone can use it.
    I think, it only really regards to patent affairs. You cannot sell it (such app) as a closed product to which you have exclusive rights.
    On the other hand – if you buy the commercial version, you can do the above!
    I might come to far for sake of simplicity, so If you think I’m not being precise and strict please, correct me.

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