Create stunning Outlook style calendars with WPF in minutes. With the style capabilities that WPF provides you can create a scheduler and then customize it to your needs.
- Day, Week and Month views
- Schedule items spanning multiple intervals
- Appointment dialog
- Recurrence engine
- Custom scheduler items
- Next & Previous schedule item detection
- Full life-cycle events
- Easy localization
- 5 Themes
Day, Week and Month views
See events from a day, week or month view. Each view takes on a different presentation format similar to Microsoft Outlook.
Schedule items spanning multiple intervals
Appointments can span days, weeks, months or years. Users are able to resize and manipulate schedule items visually and if appiontments overlap they will be laid out to ensure an attractive layout.
Schedule item dialog
Creating a new schedule item is simple and easy with the built in schedule item dialog. When creating a new schedule item or editing an existing one, the schedule item dialog allows for providing information about the schedule item and access to the recurrence settings for an schedule item.
The WPF Scheduler includes a powerful recurrence engine so that schedule items which need to repeat with a given pattern are supported. Many recurrence options are available out of the box.
Custom scheduler items
Have more than one type of item you wish to display on the scheduler? No problem - create as many custom scheduler items as you wish. Custom items can be configured to have their own styles, behaviors and more.
Next & Previous schedule item detection
When schedule items appear off screen, perhaps on the next week or the previous week that is visible, the scheduler control will show an indicator that allows users to quickly jump to the next or previous schedule items.
Full life-cycle events
Developers can hook various events that occur within the Scheduler control to undertake additional work. For example, detect when a schedule item is edited, created or deleted with ease.
Ready your application for a global audience with WPF Elements. Dates and times are automatically displayed based on the current culture, and it is easy to set button and label content to a different language.