Docs Event Dragging & Resizing
How to enable and control where the user can drag-n-drop and resize events. Start by setting the editable setting to
true. If you want to allow external elements to be dropped onto your calendar, visit the droppable, drop, and eventReceive articles.
Determines whether the events on the calendar can be modified.
Allow events’ start times to be editable through dragging.
Allow events’ durations to be editable through resizing.
Determines whether the user can drag events between resources.
Determines if external jQuery UI draggables can be dropped onto the calendar.
Time it takes for an event to revert to its original position after an unsuccessful drag.
The opacity of an event while it is being dragged.
Whether to automatically scoll the scroll-containers during event drag-and-drop and date selecting.
The time interval at which a dragged event will snap to the time axis. Also affects the granularity at which selections can be made.
Determines if events being dragged and resized are allowed to overlap each other.
Limits event dragging and resizing to certain windows of time.
Exact programmatic control over where an event can be dropped.
Provides a way to filter which external elements can be dropped onto the calendar.
Triggered when event dragging begins.
Triggered when event dragging stops.
Triggered when dragging stops and the event has moved to a different day/time.
Called when a valid external jQuery UI draggable has been dropped onto the calendar.
Called when a valid external jQuery UI draggable, containing event data, has been dropped onto the calendar.
Triggered when event resizing begins.
Triggered when event resizing stops.
Triggered when resizing stops and the event has changed in duration.
Limits which dates the user can navigate to and where events can go.
FullCalendar’s Touch support includes smooth scrolling, time-range selection via long-press, and event drag-n-drop/resizing via long-press.
Dragging and Resizing before v2.1.0
For older versions of the library, dependency requirements for drag-n-drop and resizing.