When I click on an empty slot in the Scheduler the Start and End DateTimePickers are set to the default value of a DateTime object - 1/1/0001.
When I click on an empty slot in the Scheduler, the Start and End DateTimePickers should be set to the start and end date and time of the clicked slot.
I want to easily print the Scheduler calendar - month view, week view and more.
A possible approach for the time being is to implement printing functionality for the Scheduler in a similar fashion to how the Grid is printed here https://github.com/telerik/blazor-ui/tree/master/grid/print.
Here is a runnable sample that demonstrates the approach: https://blazorrepl.telerik.com/cnutklOC55T5sV0J15.
I want to add more fields to the scheduler create/edit popup. Currently, this is possible by creating a custom edit form. However, this customization would be easier if the Scheduler exposed a Popup Form Template similar to the Grid.
A necessary prerequisite for exposing this is to first add a State feature in the Scheduler. This will allow programmatic control over the edited item.
I am trying to create event series with the following RecurrenceRule:
RecurrenceRule = "FREQ=HOURLY; BYHOUR=8,9,10"
Based on the RFC5545 specification, this rule should create three events occurring every hour - at 8, 9 and 10 o'clock.
However, only one event is created for the day.
Support the recurrence rule to create multiple appointments per time slot. Examples of such rules are:
Is there a way to customize the resource grouping's header (i.e. Alex, Bob, Charlie)? I understand it displays the text from the Resource, but I would like to be able to customize the HTML displayed so that I can add a tooltip. Would you have a suggestion as to how I can accomplish this?
Other schedule controls have an 'agenda' view that has a chronological list of appointments back to back stacked vertically colored by resource.
It would be great for the telerik scheduler to have a view like this.
Our current implementation of the JQuery version of the scheduler uses custom views. I understand that custom views are going to be a difficult if not impossible task for Blazor rendering. The goal for our custom view is simple, we override the calculateDateRange function to supply an ordered date range that allows us to have a "TimelineTwoWorkWeekView", thus showing Monday-Friday then Monday-Friday again. We also had a use case that was never implemented but would be addressed the same way; to show all "mondays this month".
Therefore, the request is a "TimelineCollectionView", displaying a timeline view for dates specified in an IEnumerable<DateTime>.
Any other ideas or feedback would be greatly appreciated.
The edit popup currently does not adapt to screen size changes. Part of the edit window for the scheduler is off the screen making it unreadable on certain resolutions.
I need to make it responsive/adaptive.
Now that the DropDownList has an adaptive dropdown rendering, please use that instead of a plain HTML select in the Scheduler toolbar on small screens. It will be very beneficial when using dark themes.
Sadly it appears there is no current time marker feature available for the scheduler.
Any chance that this could be implemented in the future?
If the Scheduler is placed in a parent container (for example Telerik Splitter or any other container) its appointments are not resized when resizing the pane. The Scheduler itself resizes accordingly, but the appointments don't.
I am trying to create a timeline component that is just using week numbers for the current year.
It would be nice if there was a way to indicate to the user that there are events earlier or later in the day that are not in the current viewable area.