/ Calendars

A user-friendly library that helps you achieve a cool Calendar UI with events mapping

A user-friendly library that helps you achieve a cool Calendar UI with events mapping

Events Calendar

Events Calendar is a user-friendly library that helps you achieve a cool Calendar UI with events mapping. You can customise every pixel of the calendar as per your wish and still achieve in implementing all the functionalities of the native android calendar in addition with adding dots to the calendar which represents the presence of an event on.

Implementation

[1] In your app module gradle file

dependencies {
    implementation 'com.github.tizisdeepan:eventscalendar:1.0.0'
}

[2] In your project level gradle file

allprojects {
    repositories {
        maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
    }
}

[3] Use EventsCalendar in your layout.xml

<com.events.calendar.views.EventsCalendar
    android:id="@+id/eventsCalendar"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:background="#000000"
    android:overScrollMode="never"
    app:eventDotColor="#ff0000"
    app:isBoldTextOnSelectionEnabled="true"
    app:monthTitleColor="#ffffff"
    app:primaryTextColor="#c4c4c4"
    app:secondaryTextColor="#666666"
    app:selectedTextColor="#000000"
    app:selectionColor="#ffe600"
    app:weekHeaderColor="#c6c6c6" />

[5] Implement EventCalendar.Callback on your Activity/ Fragment

class MainActivity : AppCompatActivity(), EventsCalendar.Callback {
    ...
    override fun onMonthChanged(monthStartDate: Calendar?) {
        Log.e("MON", "CHANGED")
    }

    override fun onDaySelected(selectedDate: Calendar?) {
        Log.e("DAY", "SELECTED")
    }
}

[6] Create instances and set default values for the EventsCalendar in your Activity/ Fragment

//set today's date [today: Calendar]
eventsCalendar.setToday(today)
//set starting month [start: Calendar] and ending month [end: Calendar]
eventsCalendar.setMonthRange(start, end)
//set start day of the week as you wish [startday: Int, doReset: Boolean]
eventsCalendar.setWeekStartDay(Calendar.SUNDAY, false)
//set current date and scrolls the calendar to the corresponding month of the selected date [today: Calendar]
eventsCalendar.setCurrentSelectedDate(today)
//set font for dates
eventsCalendar.setDatesTypeface(typeface)
//set font for title of the calendar
eventsCalendar.setMonthTitleTypeface(typeface)
//set font for week names
eventsCalendar.setWeekHeaderTypeface(typeface)
//set the callback for EventsCalendar
eventsCalendar.setCallback(this)
//set events on the EventsCalendar [c: Calendar]
eventsCalendar.addEvent(c)

Documentation

XML Kotlin/Java Description
app:primaryTextColor setPrimaryTextColor(color: Int) Primary Text color of the calendar (selectable dates)
app:secondaryTextColor setSecondaryTextColor(color: Int) Secondary Text color of the calendar (disabled dates)
app:selectedTextColor setSelectedTextColor(color: Int) Text color of the Selected date
app:selectionColor setSelectionColor(color: Int) Color for the Selection Circle
app:weekHeaderColor setWeekHeaderColor(color: Int) Text color for the Week Header labels
app:monthTitleColor setMonthTitleColor(color: Int) Text color for the Month Title in the calendar view
app:eventDotColor setEventDotColor(color: Int) Color for the Event Dots marked in the calendar view
app:isBoldTextOnSelectionEnabled setIsBoldTextOnSelectionEnabled(isEnabled: Boolean) Sets whether the dates should be highlighted or not

Voila! You have implemented an awesome Events Calendar for your Android Project now!

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