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v5.1.0 2024-02-13 07:31 UTC


MelisCalendar is made to provide a calendar tool and dashboard item to help schedule events on the platform.

Getting Started

These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your machine.
This Melis Platform module is made to work with the MelisCore.


You will need to install melisplatform/melis-core in order to have this module running.
This will automatically be done when using composer.


Run the composer command:

composer require melisplatform/melis-calendar


Database model is accessible on the MySQL Workbench file:
Database will be installed through composer and its hooks.
In case of problems, SQL files are located here:

Tools & Elements provided

  • Dashboard Calendar
  • Calendar Tool

Running the code


Aside from the tool coming with module, you can use the Calendar service to add events from other modules:

$calendarService  = $this->getServiceManager()->get('MelisCalendarService');

MelisCms Forms

Forms factories

All Melis CMS News forms are built using Form Factories.
All form configuration are available in the file: /melis-cms-news/config/app.forms.php
Any module can override or add items in this form by building the keys in an array and marge it in the Module.php config creation part.

return array(
	'plugins' => array(

		// meliscalendar array
		'meliscalendar' => array(

			// Form key
			'forms' => array(

				// MelisCalendar Event Form form
				'melicalendar_event_form' => array(
					'attributes' => array(
						'name' => 'calendarform',
						'id' => 'idformcalendar',
						'method' => 'POST',
						'action' => '/melis/MelisCalendar/ToolCalendar/addEvent',
					'hydrator'  => 'Laminas\Hydrator\ArraySerializable',
					'elements' => array(
							'spec' => array(
					'input_filter' => array(
						'cal_event_title' => array(

Forms elements

MelisCmsCalendar provides form elements to be used in forms:

  • MelisCalendarDraggableInput: drag'n'drop input for the calendar

Listening to services and update behavior with custom code

$callBackHandler = $sharedEvents->attach(
		$sm = $e->getTarget()->getServiceManager();

		// Get parameters
		$params = $e->getParams();

		// Code here


See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.


This project is licensed under the OSL-3.0 License - see the file for details