Uniquely identifies the given event. Different instances of repeating events should all have the same
|title||String. Required. The text on an event's element|
|start||The date/time an event begins. Required. A Moment-ish input, like an ISO8601 string. Throughout the API this will become a real Moment object.|
|end||The exclusive date/time an event ends. Optional. A Moment-ish input, like an ISO8601 string. Throughout the API this will become a real Moment object. 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!|
|url||String. Optional. 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.|
|className||String/Array. Optional. A CSS class (or array of classes) that will be attached to this event's element.|
Allows alternate rendering of the event, like background events.
Can be empty,
an event ID,
|source||Event Source Object. Automatically populated. A reference to the event source that this event came from.|
|color||Sets an event's background and border color just like the calendar-wide eventColor option.|
|backgroundColor||Sets an event's background color just like the calendar-wide eventBackgroundColor option.|
|borderColor||Sets an event's border color just like the the calendar-wide eventBorderColor option.|
|textColor||Sets an event's text color just like the calendar-wide eventTextColor option.|
Array of strings. When an event is associated with multiple resources, each element of this array is the
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 as eventRender.
Events and Dates
To summarise, the value of
start is the inclusive start date of the event. The event continues up to the specified
end date. This value is exclusive because it is the cut-off point of the event. FullCalendar handles these dates in the same way as discussed in the iCalendar Specifications (RFC 5545) and Google Calendar API documentation.
Furthermore, there is a
nextDayThreshold option which can be set on the calendar itself. It is ignored when
true. However, when
nextDayThreshold property allows an override of the default behaviour of exclusive end dates by setting the cut-off point for the event to be rendered on that date. The default is 09:00:00.