FullCalendar – jQuery Event Calendar in ASP.NET

This event calendar implements JQuery FullCalendar in ASP.NET.

Update: 01/31/2017: updated libraries; removed commented code; refactored code

Features of this event calendar

  • Create single day events
  • Create multiple day events
  • Create all day events
  • Update existing events
  • Delte events
  • You can add a name and description of the event
  • When you hover over an event opens a modal window with more information about the event
  • Drag & Drop events
  • Rezise events

Libraries

Info

EventDAO class is the main class which interacts with the database and SQL Server express edition has been used. The event information is stored in a table named event in the database.

And below is the database table specs:

            event
--------------------------------
event_id      |  int [identity]
title         |  VarChar(100)
description   |  VarChar(200)
event_start   |  DateTime
event_end     |  DateTime
all_day       |  Bit

Finally, to open the project, just open Visual Studio then File -> Open Website and select the solution folder

GitHub Repo

You can access and/or download the code in the repo: ASP.Net-EventCalendar

Screenshots Below

Have fun.



 

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33 thoughts on “FullCalendar – jQuery Event Calendar in ASP.NET

  1. Adnan Abbasi says:

    Hi there,

    Could you please help me. I need to be able to post events on a public google calendar without any authentication or authorization, without any database behind the scenes. Can I use fullcalendar to post events to a public google calendar, if I just have my Api key from Simple Api access. I would really appreciate you help in this matter.

    Thanks,
    Adnan

  2. Patrik says:

    Hi,
    At first, thank you for all your work. Everything is working great even with old userid implementation. But i am quite new to this and i dont think i fully understand the workflow. I am having trouble to accomplish to create different types of events. I just need to change color of event based on a type. I would really appreciate if u could provide some help mostly on input and javascript code, i think i can handle c# and sql. Thank you in advance

  3. Sercan says:

    God bless you

  4. psps says:

    I’ve run full calendar on page but when I add any event to calendar after click Add nothing happen – calendar and database table is still empty – what can be a problem ? there is no any error message

  5. Timothy says:

    Hi, Great article, thanks, Does someone know how do I call the getEvents?

  6. erhan says:

    Hi, so thanks
    I thing thats the only document clearly
    God Bless you

  7. Dev says:

    Hi there,
    Events are not binded on document.ready, but not in the respective time slot.
    Similarly posted on http://stackoverflow.com/questions/35971436/jquery-full-calendar-event-time-is-not-binded-correctly-on-page-load

  8. Dev says:

    Hi there,
    Events are binded on document.ready, but not in the respective time slot.
    Similarly posted on http://stackoverflow.com/questions/35971436/jquery-full-calendar-event-time-is-not-binded-correctly-on-page-load

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  10. Jack says:

    Dear Sir,
    Could you please help me? Currently, I suffer from non-display of the calender in IE 10. But the calendar could display in Chrome.

    • jgezau says:

      It works on my computer using IE11. Take a look at my screenshot

      • Jack says:

        Dear Sir,
        Thank for your response. Sorry to mislead you at the previous question.
        It also whoks on my PC&server using IE11 when runs at local host. But the calendar won’t show up when brows it via the intranent. However, it works using Chrome. I’m not sure if it only happens in my network environment.

  11. Jack says:

    correct IE version is 11 not 10

  12. Conor says:

    Hi there, great article thank you! When i run however I am getting a ‘System.NullReferenceException’ error with the idList in the JsonResponse page. Any idea what is causing this?

  13. Brian says:

    Hi, this a very good article thanks. Everything works fine when run. However, I’m trying to integrate this into an existing project I’m doing in asp.net and when I move everything into this nothing will write to the database. Do you have any idea what may be causing this? Thanks

  14. Brian says:

    Hi, very good article thanks. Everything works perfectly. However I’m trying to integrate this into an existing asp.net project of mine and when I do this nothing write to the database. I’ve double checked everything and I’ve no idea whats wrong. Do you have any idea what’s wrong?

  15. Jack says:

    Dear Sir,
    Could you please help me? Currently, I suffer from non-display of the calender in IE 11.
    It could work on my PC & Server using IE11 when runs at local host. But the calendar won’t show up when brows it via the intranent. (run at web server)
    However, it works using Chrome. Do you have any idea about this situation? Thanks!

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