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Scheduler - Keyboard Navigation

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  • Keyboard-navigation.razor
  • AppointmentService.cs
  • AppointmentDto.cs
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Focus

  • Alt + W focuses the first component in the example

Supported keys and user actions

Tab Focus

The Tab key focuses the first appointment in the scheduler, or the scheduler if none appointments are available.

Content

  • T navigates to today's time period.
  • C opens the popup for creation of new appointment.
  • Shift + Left Arrow navigates to the previous time period.
  • Shift + Right Arrow navigates to the next time period.
  • Alt + 1, 2, 3 navigates to the view with the respective number.

Appointments

  • All of the content keyboard shortcuts work when focus is on the appointment. In addition to that we also have:
  • Arrow Keys move focus through appointments.
  • Enter opens the Edit Popup to modify the appointment.
  • Delete/Backspace opens the Delete confirmation popup to modify the appointment.

Scheduler Popups

Using the default Window component shortcuts:
  • Alt + Up Arrow maximizes and restores the window
  • Alt + Down Arrow minimizes and restores the window.
  • Esc closes the window.
  • Tab when the window is focused, lets you traverse its action buttons. Also lets you move the focus to the content.
  • Enter invokes a focused action button on the title bar.

Description

Keyboard navigation provides all web and app users with a fast keyboard-only navigation capability and is also part of the web accessibility features - it enables users with disabilities to fully control their website or app access through the keyboard.

By default, users can only navigate to links, buttons, and form controls with a keyboard. The navigation order in which interactive items receive keyboard focus has to be logical and intuitive. Generally, keyboard navigation logic needs to follow the visual horizontal and vertical flow of the page, for example, left to right and top to bottom, header first followed by the main and then the page navigation.

The keyboard navigation of the Telerik UI for Blazor Scheduler is always enabled, as demonstrated in this demo.

This Scheduler Keyboard Navigation example is part of a unique collection of hundreds of Blazor demos, with which you can see all Telerik UI for Blazor components and their features in action. View the source code of the demos from the library or directly adapt, and edit them and their theme appearance in Telerik REPL for Blazor or ThemeBuilder.

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