kandi X-RAY | livewire-calendar Summary
kandi X-RAY | livewire-calendar Summary
This package allows you to build a Livewire monthly calendar grid to show events for each day. Events can be loaded from within the component and will be presented on each day depending on the date of the event.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Bootstrap the service provider .
- Mount the calendar .
- Get month grid
- Setup the default views
- Render the calendar component .
- Get the facade accessor .
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livewire-calendar Examples and Code Snippets
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Link to CodeSandBox : codesandbox.io/s/dl5jft?file=/demo.tsx
I don't want users to Edit dates via keyboard, I want them to select dates from date picker modal, how to disable this?,
i used the ReadOnly prop but it is disabling date selection itself, please help when i did readOnly, it is disabling the whole input, which made me unable to open the modal to select the date...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-29 at 07:07
For preventing user keyboard actions, you can set the functionality of
onKeyDown event to
preventDefault and assign it to
I am using the Syncfusion Calender in my app. The problem is that I would like to localize it but I can not make it work... I checked there documentation, but the given example is working with the normal
MaterialApp. I am using
GetX, also for
How can I localize the calender with my
This is my
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-23 at 10:12
Based on the provided information we have analyzed your requirement “How to add localization of syncfusion flutter calendar by using GetX“ and you can achieve your requirement by adding
supportedLocales in the GetMaterialApp. We have modified the shared sample based on your requirement.
Kindly find the sample by referring to the following link: https://www.syncfusion.com/downloads/support/directtrac/general/ze/locale_with_getx-1984841410
Currently, the output date returned by Temporal.Calendar for other Calendars is in the format (example):
How to avoid using
toString().split("[")) to get the calendar date without the suffix
[u-ca=CalendarName] as the
Intl.DateTimeFormat() does not recognize the suffix?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-25 at 18:33
You can pass the Temporal.PlainDateTime object directly to Intl.DateTimeFormat, or indirectly by using Temporal.Calendar.prototype.toLocaleString(). This should save you from having to split the string to remove the brackets.
(A good rule of thumb is that if you find yourself doing string manipulation with the output of toString() from any Temporal object, or using
new Date() for that matter, it's probably a sign that there's a Temporal method you should be using instead.)
One caveat is that you have to make sure that the calendar of the locale matches the calendar of the date you are formatting. You can't use toLocaleString() or Intl.DateTimeFormat to do calendar conversion (unless it is from the ISO 8601 calendar). So you should use the withCalendar() method to convert the date to the calendar you want to output it in, as well as making sure the calendar in the Intl options matches it.
Here's my attempt at such a function:
The 3rd March 2022 is the end of this Hijri Month (month of Rajab for this year 1443 AH); i.e. 30 Rajab 1443 AH.
The month of Rajab for the year 1443 AH is 30 days in accordance with the Islamic (Hijri) Calendar in accordance with all websites, applications, MS Office, and Windows calendars.
Intl.DateTimeFormat() to display the Islamic (Hijri) date for the 3 March 2022 using the
islamic calendar option, it will give the Islamic Hijri Date of (1 Shaʻban 1443 AH). This result is one day after the month of Rajab (i.e. the 1st of the following month) and it calculated the month Rajab to be 29 days rather than 30 days.
However, if the option passed to the
ar-SA (i.e. arabic-Saudi Arabia), it will give the correct result. This is strange because the
ar-SA locale uses the Islamic (Hijri) calendar by default.
See the code example below:
I have tested this in node and chrome and it gives the same resulting discrepancy....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-06 at 07:29
There are three possible reasons for the "off by one" date problems you're seeing:
- Time zone mismatch between date initialization and date formatting
- Using the wrong variation of the Islamic calendar (JS implementations typically offer 5 different Islamic calendars!)
- Bugs in the ICU library used for JS's calendar calculations
I'll cover each of these below.
1. Time zone mismatch between date initialization and date formatting
The most common reason for off-by-one-day errors is (as @RobG noted in his comments above) a mismatch between the time zone used when declaring the
Date value and the time zone used when formatting it in your desired calendar.
When you initialize a Date instance using an ISO 8601 string, the actual value stored in the Date instance is the number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970 UTC. Depending on your system time zone,
new Date('2022-02-03') can be February 3 or February 2 in your system time zone. One way to evade this problem is to use UTC when formatting too:
I'm trying to represent calendar available/unavailable slots for a particular day with each bit representing 15mins using BitSet. The bits which are set represent blocked calendar events. For getting the the slots which are free, I need to find the ranges where bits are not set.
I have the following BitSet...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-04 at 11:24
There is a method for getting the next unset bit at or after a given index:
There is a complementary method,
nextSetBit(int), for finding the next set bit.
So, you can find the start of a range with the former, and the end of the range with the latter.
You need to handle the return values of the methods carefully:
nextSetBitreturns -1, that means that the current run of clear bits extends to the end of the BitSet.
nextClearBitdoesn't return -1, because BitSets don't have a clearly-defined size in terms of the number of clear bits - they essentially extend infinitely, but only actually allocate storage to hold set bits. So, if
nextClearBitreturns a value beyond the logical size of the BitSet (i.e. an index for a 15-minute slot beyond the end of the day/date range), you know that you can stop searching.
Can anyone indicate the right settings to give allow a service account access to a Google calendar?
We have a node.js project that is meant to provide access to the Google calendars it has been given access to, but we can't work out why it can't see the calendars.
At the same time, we were able to trying a different account that has been working in another environment and this worked, but the problem is that no one who previously worked on the project has access to the configuration for it to compare.
response.data we are getting with the problem account:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-04 at 03:13
From your explanation and the returned value, I'm worried that in your situation, you might have never inserted the shared Calendar with the service account. If my understanding is correct, how about the following modification?Modification points:
Insert the shared Calendar to the service account.
In this case, please modify the scope
New to android, so I'm not sure if I am using the correct terminology. I have a date and time picker, whose entries I am trying to save into a single calendar instance, but the time and date picked is not being saved into the calendar, rather it is the current time and date. I'm not sure what I am doing wrong....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-27 at 06:02
Instead of this:
I'm trying to get the day number to put that number in a textView. for example, we know that today is Wednesday the 26th, knowing this information, I want to take this number "26" and put it inside a textView that will be displayed inside a screen that has a weekly calendar. so I try to help create a logic that tells me if it's Wednesday it returns the current day of the week (26), if I tell Thursday, it returns me (27) and so on for the entire week. tks. ;)...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-26 at 17:04
val day = Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH.toString() binding.txtNumeroTerca.text = day
I use django with fullcalendar and I want to change the color of days based of user's schedule.
here is the structure of the user's schedule:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-20 at 14:38
I am not sure how optimize is my answer, but I implement it like this:
I tried quite a few things, read a lot of SO posts about it but can't seem to. I want to delete all the events. Here is how I insert my calendar events:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-14 at 10:53
The answer was in front of me from the start...
I was calling
CalendarContract.Calendar and not
I was able to test this on different devices and everything works.
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