SchedulerSettings.EnableClientRender Property

Gets or sets a value that specifies whether or not to use client-side rendering of a Scheduler control's appointments and view elements.

Namespace: DevExpress.Web.Mvc

Assembly: DevExpress.Web.Mvc5.v20.2.dll


public bool EnableClientRender { get; set; }
Public Property EnableClientRender As Boolean

Property Value

Type Description

true, to use client rendering; otherwise, false.


Use the EnableClientRender property to specify whether or not to render Scheduler appointments and view elements on the client. When the client-side rendering is enabled, the client Scheduler receives the required data in JSON and updates its view accordingly for all end-user operations that do not require re-rendering of the Scheduler's layout (e.g., navigation between dates or resources). The client-side rendering reduces the amount of markup that should be produced on the server, improving a web application's overall performance.

The following end-user actions trigger client-side rendering of appointments and view elements.

  • Switching displayed dates.
  • Switching displayed resources in a grouped view.

Keep in mind that certain customization scenarios require appointments and view elements to be rendered on the server-side. When such customizations are performed, client-side rendering of corresponding elements is automatically turned off, which can affect your web application's performance.

Using the following customization scenarios automatically disables client-side rendering of view elements.

Using templates to customize the presentation of appointments disables client-side rendering of both appointments and views.

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