<kendo:scheduler-editable>

If set to true the user would be able to create new scheduler events and modify or delete existing ones.

Example

<kendo:scheduler>
    <kendo:scheduler-editable></kendo:scheduler-editable>
</kendo:scheduler>

Configuration Attributes

confirmation java.lang.Object

If set to true the scheduler will display a confirmation dialog when the user clicks the "destroy" button.Can be set to a string which will be used as the confirmation text.

Example

<kendo:scheduler-editable confirmation="confirmation">
</kendo:scheduler-editable>

create boolean

If set to true the user can create new events. Creating is enabled by default.

Example

<kendo:scheduler-editable create="create">
</kendo:scheduler-editable>

destroy boolean

If set to true the user can delete events from the view by clicking the "destroy" button. Deleting is enabled by default.

Example

<kendo:scheduler-editable destroy="destroy">
</kendo:scheduler-editable>

editRecurringMode java.lang.String

Recurring events edit mode. The available modes are: "dialog" (default), "series" and "occurrence".

Example

<kendo:scheduler-editable editRecurringMode="editRecurringMode">
</kendo:scheduler-editable>

move boolean

If set to true the scheduler allows event moving. Dragging the event changes the start and end time.

Example

<kendo:scheduler-editable move="move">
</kendo:scheduler-editable>

resize boolean

If set to true the scheduler allows event resizing. Dragging the resize handles changes the start or end time of the event.

Example

<kendo:scheduler-editable resize="resize">
</kendo:scheduler-editable>

template java.lang.String

The template which renders the editor.The template should contain elements whose name HTML attributes are set as the editable fields. This is how the Scheduler will know which field to update. The other option is to use MVVM bindings in order to bind HTML elements to data item fields.

Example

<kendo:scheduler-editable template="template">
</kendo:scheduler-editable>

update boolean

If set to true the user can update events. Updating is enabled by default.

Example

<kendo:scheduler-editable update="update">
</kendo:scheduler-editable>

window java.lang.Object

Configures the Kendo UI Window instance, which is used when the Grid edit mode is "popup". The configuration is optional.For more information, please refer to the Window configuration API.

Example

<kendo:scheduler-editable window="window">
</kendo:scheduler-editable>

Event Attributes

template String

The template which renders the editor.The template should contain elements whose name HTML attributes are set as the editable fields. This is how the Scheduler will know which field to update. The other option is to use MVVM bindings in order to bind HTML elements to data item fields.

Example

<kendo:scheduler-editable template="handle_template">
</kendo:scheduler-editable>
<script>
    function handle_template(e) {
        // Code to handle the template event.
    }
</script>

Event Tags

kendo:scheduler-editable-template

The template which renders the editor.The template should contain elements whose name HTML attributes are set as the editable fields. This is how the Scheduler will know which field to update. The other option is to use MVVM bindings in order to bind HTML elements to data item fields.

Example

<kendo:scheduler-editable>
    <kendo:scheduler-editable-template>
        <script>
            function(e) {
                // Code to handle the template event.
            }
        </script>
    </kendo:scheduler-editable-template>
</kendo:scheduler-editable>
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