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The topics in this section cover the fundamental concepts and primary functionality aspects of the ASPxScheduler Suite.
The ASPxScheduler Suite provides components and controls for embedding a scheduling capability into your Web project, and a number of additional controls designed for creating custom end-user forms. These topics introduce the main principles of using these controls, describe how to link them together and configure them to interact with each other.
All the events scheduled by end-users are called appointments. This topic gives an overview of an appointment object, lists its main types and provides comprehensive examples of creating and using appointments with the scheduler.
In real-life scheduling applications, appointments are seldom processed simply “as is”, and are usually assigned to different resources.
The scheduler can present the same information about scheduled appointments in a number of different paint styles and layouts - Views. These topics give an overview of Views, View types and give a complete list of the available Views, along with corresponding screenshots.
You can easily enhance a control’s functionality or adjust the formatting of numerous text strings displayed in a Scheduler by using Scheduler services.
Besides setting properties or using styles to amend its default look, ASPxScheduler Web server control enables you to customize its look by using templates.
In adaptive mode, the ASPxScheduler automatically resizes or rearranges its elements based on the user’s device type and page resolution.
ASPxScheduler provides an advanced client-side API.
The control is driven by asynchronous calls to the ASPxScheduler Web server control; these calls are accomplished by the Scheduler callback command mechanism. You can issue one of the available commands or create your own to perform a specific task.
The Scheduler Reporting technique makes use of the XtraReports Suite to provide a printing capability.
This documents describes the role of time zones for correct time representation within ASPxScheduler.
This document lists predefined keyboard shortcuts and provides information on how you can provide custom shortcuts in your web applications.