This is the Windows app named FullCalendar whose latest release can be downloaded as fullcalendar-5.9.0.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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- 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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