I’ve been working on the FullCalendar for a really long time. Though I couldn’t remember exactly how long, so I dove into the archives of old releases. I found the source code for version 1.0.0. Wow, I sure did love deeply nested functions and nonsensical variable names like
bo (body odor?). And tabs!? I’m a different person now, don’t worry.
A year after the project first began, version 4 is finally released. A tremendous amount of work went into it. Continue reading
The FullCalendar v4 beta has just been released. It contains almost exactly the same API as the previous alpha version except for one big thing: all functionality is broken up into plugins. There is a core package, but it won’t do anything on its own. You must load plugins for everything, including each type of view. Continue reading
Version 4.0.0-alpha.2 is now available. When the 4.0.0 is officially released, it will be the biggest FullCalendar release to date. It sheds a number of outdated dependencies and offers a more modern API. It is also the first time connector plugins to third-party libraries are offered. Continue reading
Removing jQuery from the codebase will make FullCalendar more lightweight and allow for better integration with React/Vue/Angular. We have completed the detangling process! Continue reading
After years of accumulating dozens and dozens of new articles and settings and essentially resembling one huge wall of poorly-organized links, the documentation page has been refactored to be more approachable for first-time users of the project. Continue reading