The RadCalendar controls provide a rich API with classes that expose several properties, enumerations, methods and events. You can use the API to easily customize the controls programmatically in the code-behind.
The main classes provided for working with the RadCalendar control are:
RadCalendar is the main class. It provides several properties, methods, and events for customizing the calendar.
RadCalendarDay maps a date value to its corresponding visual settings and a number of boolean properties that represent its status (weekend date, disabled, selected, and so on). This class is used for the Day property of the event arguments of the DayRender event, as well as for the elements in the SpecialDays collection.
CalendarView represents the current view of the calendar. It can include links to child views if the calendar is in multi-view mode. This class is the type of the CalendarView property, and is the type of the OldView and NewView properties of the event arguments of the DefaultViewChanged event.
MonthView is a descendant of CalendarView that represents the view information for a single month. It is the type of the View property of the event arguments of the DayRender event. It is the type of the CalendarView property when the calendar is in single-view mode.
TableCell is the control class for a cell in the day matrix. It is the value of the Cell property of the event arguments of the DayRender event.
RadDate is a wrapper for System.DateTime. It is used for persisting DateTime values in collections such as the SelectedDates property.
DayTemplate implements an ITemplate wrapper. It is the type for each element of the CalendarDayTemplates property.