moveEnd

Fired when the user stops moving a task.

The event handler function context (available via the this keyword) will be set to the widget instance.

Event Data

e.task kendo.data.GanttTask

The task which is being moved.

e.start Date

The new task start date.

e.end Date

The new task end date.

e.preventDefault Function

If invoked prevents the action.

e.sender kendo.ui.Gantt

The widget instance which fired the event.

Example - subscribe to the "moveEnd" event during initialization

<div id="gantt"></div>
<script>
$("#gantt").kendoGantt({
  dataSource: [
    {
      id: 1,
      orderId: 0,
      parentId: null,
      title: "Task1",
      start: new Date("2014/6/17 9:00"),
      end: new Date("2014/6/17 11:00")
    }
  ],
  moveEnd: function(e) {
/* The result can be observed in the DevTools(F12) console of the browser. */
    console.log(kendo.format("task's new Start {0:g}", e.start));
/* The result can be observed in the DevTools(F12) console of the browser. */
    console.log(kendo.format("task's new End {0:g}", e.end));
  }
});
</script>

Example - subscribe to the "moveEnd" event after initialization

<div id="gantt"></div>
<script>
function moveEnd(e) {
/* The result can be observed in the DevTools(F12) console of the browser. */
  console.log(kendo.format("task's new Start {0:g}", e.start));
/* The result can be observed in the DevTools(F12) console of the browser. */
  console.log(kendo.format("task's new End {0:g}", e.end));
}
$("#gantt").kendoGantt({
  dataSource: [
    {
      id: 1,
      orderId: 0,
      parentId: null,
      title: "Task1",
      start: new Date("2014/6/17 9:00"),
      end: new Date("2014/6/17 11:00")
    }
  ]
});
var gantt = $("#gantt").data("kendoGantt");
gantt.bind("moveEnd", moveEnd);
</script>
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