Alpha Release: Scheduler Support for v4

Version 4.0.0-alpha.3 of both FullCalendar Core and Scheduler has been released. This release finally catches up Scheduler with the large API refactor of the previous alpha release.

Update (Jan 11, 2019) – Another alpha has been released. FullCalendar v4.0.0-alpha.4 and Scheduler v4.0.0-alpha.4

The Upgrade Guide has been updated to mention Scheduler. See the Timeline View, Resource Fetching, Resource Model, and Resource Rendering sections. Also, please note the minor core behavior changes in the core changelog.

In order to get this release into peoples’ hands as fast as possible, some minor Scheduler-related regressions needed to be introduced. See #479#480#481#482. These will be fixed before the official release.

In terms of the overall v4 release, the hard part is over! All the major refactoring is complete. All that’s left to do is to modularize the distributable JS files. This should be relatively easy given that an internal plugin system is already being used.

Please start using FullCalendar/Scheduler 4.0.0-alpha.3 and report bugs you find! Please mention “v4” in the title of your issue. For those of you who have already submitted bug reports, thank you. We are working through them.

Read the full Upgrade Guide »

Get 4.0.0-alpha.4 via NPM:

npm install fullcalendar@alpha
npm install fullcalendar-scheduler@alpha

Or download directly:

Psst... there are separate pages for feature requests, bug reports, and getting help.
  • John Hoekstra

    Thank you for the early Christmas present!!! 🙂

  • elvismercado


  • Hello all! Another alpha version has been released! 4.0.0-alpha.4

  • Chris Gali

    Hi! Thank you for FullCalendar. It’s just awesome! I do have a question in Alpha Release 4. In the click of a custom button how do I get access to the calendar.

    • Chris Gali

      Was able to find my fullCalendar variable in the click event