Note that while some of the videos below are from older versions of the calendar, the content is still relevant.

Quick start guide for adding a calendar to your project. (For A5 V11+ users)

Calendar Overview Version 4.5 - Overview of the calendar

Schedule View - New in version 4.5

Next x Number of Days view - New in version 4.5

Options Part One  - Overview of the A5 JQCalendar showing the various calendars and how to add/edit events.

Options Part Two - Continuing the overview of the A5 JQCalendar showing some of the options.

Options Part Three - More of the option settings that are available.

Options Part Four - More of the option settings that are available

Options Part Five - More of the option settings that are available

Calendar Table Mapping - Example of a mapped table. Requires A5 V11.(not available in demo)

12 or 24 Hour Time Formats - Setting allows choice of either 12 hour AM/PM or 24 hour times in the calendar.

Full Language Support - How to define language files and use them in the calendar.

Read only calendars - Setting up calendar views that include other's events as read only.

Using the Calendar in a Tabbed UI - Video of various calendars in a tabbed_ui. NOTE: The video mentions included samples. Samples are no longer included with the installation package since they were of no use in your application.

Calling the Calendar from a grid - Using a grid to open user calendars based on data in the grid row. Overview of how you can set options at run time  Part two of calling the calendar from a grid.

Making a calendar event not editable

Using the calendar in your own web project - Video of how easy it is to add a calendar to your web project.

Web Project Installation - Installing the calendar in your own web project. (Only needed for A5 V10 users)

Video of passing in arguments from a grid to open a calendar based on a region by using one of the user defined filter fields available in the calendar.

Video demo showing how to configure a calendar to filter on the group by using a checkbox control. Similar to Web2Cal and Google.

Setting read only events based on security groups.

Inserting HTML such as links and buttons into the Calendar title and using a page variable to set the title.

Using Dynamic Connection Strings to use one calendar for different databases.

Recurring Events Demo - Video showing some the recurring event features.

Using a grid for edits. This is handy for Alpha 5 version 10 users who want more control and easier configuration than using an HTML form to handle detailed inserts and edits.

Manual install of UDC files. If for some reason the install routine fails to install the User Defined Component folder this video shows how to manually install it.

Resource View Filtering - Calendar embedded in a dialog with the resources filtered using the dialog's power search feature pack.

Date and time formatting for the dialog. This video describes how to force the dialog to show the date and time formats the way you want when data is loaded from the server side action script. (V4.53 includes code in the sample dialog/UX component to do this)

Using Xbasic functions to define properties (requires V4.53 or above)

iCal file Export (requires V4.53 or above)

Time Zone Support Video One (requires V4.53 or above)
Time Zone Support Video Two (requires V4.53 or above)
Time Zone Support Video Three (requires V4.53 or above)

Using custom CSS for the calendar. (requires V4.53 or later)

Using images in the resource/schedule view. (requires V4.53 or later)

Setting the name of the iCal file that is exported. Video showing how to set the file name of the .ics file that is exported.

Configuring the Dialog/UX component for V4.53 (DateTime Columns)
Configuring the Dialog/UX component for V4.53 (Separate Date and Time Columns)

User defined custom page for read only events.  How to define a custom page to use for read only events.
User defined custom page for read only events. Part two - setting up a grid to use the passed in parameter.

Closing a calendar in a tabbed_ui pane. How to add a button to the title of the calendar that will close the pane it is located in when running in a tabbed_ui.

Dynamic filterin using a UX component. Example of filtering a calendar embedded in a UX component.

Checkbox filtering and using Javascript functions to build the filter to pass into a calendar.

Making the date range show on initial load and using CSS over rides to make the text bigger.

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