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Yii2 fullcalendar Widgets

1.0.1 2015-04-17 01:13 UTC

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Last update: 2021-09-19 03:00:42 UTC



Package is although registered at - so you can just add one line of code, to let it run!

add the following line to your composer.json require section:

  "skeeks/yii2-widget-highcharts": "*",

And ensure, that you have the follwing plugin installed global:

php composer.phar global require "fxp/composer-asset-plugin:~1.0"



Quickstart Looks like this:

  $events = array();
  $Event = new \skeeks\widget\fullcalendar\models\Event();
  $Event->id = 1;
  $Event->title = 'Testing';
  $Event->start = date('Y-m-d\TH:m:s\Z');
  $events[] = $Event;

  $Event = new \yii2fullcalendar\models\Event();
  $Event->id = 2;
  $Event->title = 'Testing';
  $Event->start = date('Y-m-d\TH:m:s\Z',strtotime('tomorrow 6am'));
  $events[] = $Event;

  <?= \skeeks\widget\fullcalendar\yii2fullcalendar::widget(array(
      'events'=> $events,

Note, that this will only view the events without any detailed view or option to add a new event.. etc.

AJAX Usage

If you wanna use ajax loader, this could look like this:

<?= \skeeks\widget\fullcalendar\yii2fullcalendar::widget([
      'options' => [
        'language' => 'de',
        //... more options to be defined here!
      'ajaxEvents' => Url::to(['/timetrack/default/jsoncalendar'])

and inside your referenced controller, the action should look like this:

public function actionJsoncalendar($start=NULL,$end=NULL,$_=NULL){

    \Yii::$app->response->format = \yii\web\Response::FORMAT_JSON;

    $times = \app\modules\timetrack\models\Timetable::find()->where(array('category'=>\app\modules\timetrack\models\Timetable::CAT_TIMETRACK))->all();

    $events = array();

    foreach ($times AS $time){
      $Event = new \skeeks\widget\fullcalendar\models\Event();
      $Event->id = $time->id;
      $Event->title = $time->categoryAsString;
      $Event->start = date('Y-m-d\TH:i:s\Z',strtotime($time->date_start.' '.$time->time_start));
      $Event->end = date('Y-m-d\TH:i:s\Z',strtotime($time->date_end.' '.$time->time_end));
      $events[] = $Event;

    return $events;

skeeks! Web development has never been so fun!