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FullCalendar generates real React virtual DOM nodes so you can leverage Fiber, React's highly optimized rendering engine. With over 300 settings, and more being added every release, FullCalendar can do just about anything. Reduce your project's bundle size by using FullCalendar's modular plugins. With over 10 years of open source and over 100 contributors, FullCalendar will always have a free and open source core. Level-up by purchasing premium plugins and support. FullCalendar seamlessly integrates with the React JavaScript framework. It provides a component that exactly matches the functionality of FullCalendar’s standard API. This is more than a mere “connector”. It tells the core FullCalendar package to begin rendering with React virtual DOM nodes as opposed to the Preact nodes it normally uses, transforming FullCalendar into a “real” React component. You can learn a bit more from this blog post (more info to come).


  • The simplest way to get started is with FullCalendar’s pre-built bundles and <script> tags
  • It’s possible to manually include the necessary <script> tags in the head of your HTML page and then initialize a calendar via browser globals
  • For non-trivial projects, it is recommended to use an ES6-compatible build system like Webpack or Rollup along with a package manager like NPM or Yarn
  • FullCalendar’s functionality is broken up into “plugins”
  • Handlers (sometimes called “callbacks”) are sort of like options, but they are functions that get called whenever something special happens
  • You can attach handlers after the calendar initializes using the on and off methods

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