Telerik Scheduler Blazor (Part 1): Setting Up Scheduler

Telerik Scheduler Blazor (Part 1): Setting Up Scheduler

Telerik Scheduler Blazor (Part 1): Setting Up Scheduler - How to set up a project to take advantage of the Scheduler in Telerik UI for Blazor and all of its views (Telerik UI for Blazor refers to them just as “appointments")

In the first post of a four post series, we're going to dive into the Scheduler in Telerik UI for Blazor and see how you can use it in your web apps. We'll start off learning how to set up a project to take advantage of the Telerik Blazor Scheduler and all of its views (plus: Why you need all those views).

The UI design pattern users expect for recording and displaying time-based information (either appointments or events) is a calendar. Not surprisingly, a Scheduler was one of Telerik UI for Blazor's most voted requests when  it was introduced.

And the  Telerik Scheduler for Blazor does give you a dead-easy way to add calendaring to your Blazor application for date-related data.

If you’re new to using the Telerik components in a project, this article will give you a quick intro on how to create a project that can use the Scheduler (or, really, any of the Telerik components).

Quick Overview

It’s easy to have the Telerik Scheduler display events or appointments (Telerik UI for Blazor refers to them just as “appointments"): Just pass the Scheduler a collection of objects where each object has two DateTime properties called Start and End.

It’s helpful to also have a property called Title because the Scheduler will display that property by default in the UI for any appointment. In addition, having a property called IsAllDay will let you set up all-day events. However, there’s no harm/no foul in not having those last two properties on your class (and the Scheduler will let you take advantage of whatever other properties or methods you might want to add to your class).

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