FullCalendar Extension

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Hi,

I have download theĀ FullCalendar.zip extension but don’t know how to use, can you help me, thanks.

Best,

Ben

  • Mark Reed
    You don’t need to download the zip if you have the latest version as it is already in it. You just need open visual studio and open one of the windows or desktops that wisej creates, open the toolbox and if it is not there to add items and make sure WiseJ.Ext.Fullcalendar etc… is added to the toolbox and then drag it onto a form. Then in .cs file in a load event for example you would do something like this.fullCalendar1.Events.Add
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Hi Ben,

a couple of hints regarding the issue with VS stopping at the ‘debugger’ line:

We have these lines in our code in order to be able to debug dynamically loaded scripts. In order to not break at these lines, please consider the following:

1) These are debug-only breaks, you can simply ignore them.

2) We recommend using Chrome instead of IE for debugging purposes. IE and VS seem to attach to the script debugger which shouldn’t happen when using Chrome.

We have plans to improve our code. Such lines might get removed or made conditional at a future point.

Hope this helps.

Best wishes

Thomas

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Hi Ben,

I put together a little sample that allows you to view, add and edit calendar entries – see attached.

Happy coding & best wishes
Thomas

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Hi Thomas,

Thanks for the sample but it’s always stop at “debugger;” line, please refer to attached file, is it anything I do wrong ?

Ben

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Hi Ben,

we are currently working on a sample. I’ll send you something in a few days.

Best

Thomas

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    • Ben
    • Feb 7, 2017 - 1:27 am
    Thanks !!
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