About RadScheduler for ASP.NET AJAX
RadScheduler is powerful control which allows users to create and manage tasks.
It supports variety of data binding options which enables you to work with data
sources that are as simple or as powerful as you want. Having the ability to use
different skins, form templates, custom attributes, localization and much more,
makes the RadScheduler a highly configurable control letting you adapt the user
interface exactly to your own special purposes. Now you can add rich scheduling
UI to any ASP.NET application and enjoy a lightweight, yet highly customizable,
component. Impress your users with intuitive drag-and-drop functionality, handy
inline or pop-up edit forms, and no-refresh AJAX experience!
RadScheduler and 70+ other controls are part of RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX, a comprehensive toolset taking care of the common functionality of your application, while leaving you with more time to work on the business logic of the app.
About This Demo
Select a day from the calendars to quickly go to this date in RadScheduler. Use
the checkboxes in the sliding panes in the bottom left corner to filter appointments
RadScheduler is popupulated via
Web Service binding.
This allows entirely client-side interaction with
the control. For example, navigating through dates or opening the advanced form
does not cause a postback.
- Use Telerik’s Visual Studio Extensions (which you have installed together with the
RadControls) to quickly create, upgrade and configure your RadControls projects.
Save time by using the ready-to-use Visual Studio templates that cover common application
- Find the controls in need in your VS toolbox and use the Design-time surface and
rich wizards to configure them quickly.
- If you’d like to learn more about how to best implement the RadControls, browse
the Telerik folder in your Start menu and use the shortcuts there to access the
local demos, online documentation or open the sample examples app in Visual Studio.
- If you like this particular Scheduler demo, you can use the following path to
find it in the sample website application: