angular 4.0+ calendar
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A calendar component for Angular 4.0+ that can display events on a month, week or day view. The successor of angular-bootstrap-calendar.
First install through npm:
npm install --save angular-calendar
Next include the CSS file somewhere into your app:
Finally import the calendar module into your apps module:
You can find quick start examples for all common module bundlers in the build-tool-examples folder.
Usage without a module bundler
Usage with Angular Universal
See this comment for how to use with Universal.
To see all available API options, take a look at the auto generated documentation. You may find it helpful to view the examples on the demo page.
Is this library AoT compatible?
How do I use this with my favourite module bundler?
See the examples list.
No styles are appearing?
No component styles are included with each component to make it easier to override them (otherwise you’d have to use
!important on every rule that you customised). Thus you need to import the CSS file separately from
How come there are so many dependencies?
When building the calendar some parts were found to be reusable so they were split out into their own modules. Only the bare minimum that is required is included with the calendar, there is no extra code than if there were no dependencies.
date-fns especially only imports directly the functions it needs and not the entire library.
The month, week or day view doesn’t meet my project requirements, but the other views do.
Build your own component to replace that view, and use it in place of the one this library provides. It’s impossible to provide a calendar component that meets everyones use cases, hopefully though at least some of the day / week / month view components provided can be customised with the calendars API enough to be of some use to most projects.
How come there’s no year view like the ng1 version?
As there are so many events to show on each month, it doesn’t provide a lot of value and is just an extra burden to maintain. There is nothing to stop someone from building a new lib like
angular-calendar-year-view though ;)
Angular 1 version
Prepare your environment
- Install Node.js and NPM (should come with)
- Install local dev dependencies:
npm installwhile current directory is this repo
npm start to start a development server on port 8000 with auto reload + tests.
npm test to run tests once or
npm run test:watch to continually run tests.
- Bump the version in package.json (once the module hits 1.0 this will become automatic)
npm run release