React Calendar and Scheduler Tutorials

React is a powerful framework created by Facebook. It provides great performance by enforcing the object immutability rule which ensures great efficiency of React change detection mechanism.

Here is a collection of React tutorials that show how to use DayPilot scheduling components in React applications (with or without JSX). The React components are available in daypilot-pro-react package. You can add this package as a dependency (NPM module) to your package.json file using your favorite package manager (npm or yarn) and it will be downloaded automatically. DayPilot NPM packages are available at npm.daypilot.org.

Every tutorial includes a React project with source code that you can download and run at your own machine. The important parts of the source code are explained in the tutorial text. You can use the tutorial code as a starting point for your own implementation.

See also the documentation for React SchedulerReact Event CalendarReact Monthly Calendar components.

You can also use the UI Builder online configurator application to customize the component properties (including appearance and behavior) using a visual tool that provides immediate feedback in a live preview. You can generate and download a complete React project with the component integrated (including your customizations).

React Monthly Calendar Tutorial
React Monthly Calendar Tutorial
React application that displays a monthly event calendar. Calendar events use custom background to show event type. Use a context menu to delete events and change color.
React Weekly Calendar Tutorial
React Weekly Calendar Tutorial
React application that displays a weekly event calendar using DayPilot React calendar component. Includes a date picker for changing the visible week. Appearance customized using CSS.
React Scheduler Tutorial
React Scheduler Tutorial
Add a scheduler UI component to your React application in a few easy steps. Fast data loading, drag and drop, appearance customization options.
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