Uniquely identifies the given event. Different instances of repeating events should all have the same
The text on an event's element
Whether an event occurs at a specific time-of-day. This property affects whether an event's time is shown. Also, in the agenda views, determines if it is displayed in the "all-day" section.
If this value is not explicitly specified, allDayDefault will be used if it is defined.
If all else fails, FullCalendar will try to guess.
If either the
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The date/time an event begins. Required.
The exclusive date/time an event ends. Optional.
It is the moment immediately after the event has ended. For example, if the last full day of an event is Thursday, the exclusive end of the event will be 00:00:00 on Friday!
A URL that will be visited when this event is clicked by the user. For more information on controlling this behavior, see the eventClick callback.
A CSS class (or array of classes) that will be attached to this event's element.
Overrides the master editable option for this single event.
Overrides the master eventStartEditable option for this single event.
Overrides the master eventDurationEditable option for this single event.
Event Source Object. Automatically populated.
A reference to the event source that this event came from.
Sets an event's background and border color just like the calendar-wide eventColor option.
Sets an event's background color just like the calendar-wide eventBackgroundColor option.
Sets an event's border color just like the the calendar-wide eventBorderColor option.
Sets an event's text color just like the calendar-wide eventTextColor option.
In addition to the fields above, you may also include your own non-standard fields
in each Event Object. FullCalendar will not modify or delete these fields.
For example, developers often include a
description field for use in callbacks such