Schedule View Appointment Duration

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  1. Zeeshan
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    May 2015

    Posted 28 May 2015 Link to this post

    Hello, we are trying to evaluate Telerik WPF Controls before we could purchase it and use it in our WPF Application. Our application will be mainly run on touch enabled devices and not with mouse clicks.

    We are facing following issues when it comes to integrating the Schedule View control and would appreciate if you can point us to the documentation of provide us some idea on how to implement these features using Telerik Schedule View control:

    1. We would like to increase / decrease the duration of an appointment by zooming in/ zooming out using the finger gesture on the Schedule View. Currently it only supports Zooming In/ Zooming out of the Timeline or entire Schedule View to go from Month View to Day View and vice versa.

    2. We would like to mark several open slots in the Schedule View and then define the appointment for those all open slots in the Schedule View.

    3. We would like to drag one appointment over the other appointment and raise a specific event which will allow us to move some values from one appointment to another.

     Would highly appriciate if you could respond as soon as possible as we really need to finish analysing the Telerik controls for our project.


  2. Kalin
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    Posted 02 Jun 2015 Link to this post

    Hi Zeeshan,

    We are currently working on improving the touch support of all of our controls and providing an API for implementing custom touch logic. The new touch support should be live with the next official release version - it will be live by the end of the month, so stay tuned. As for your questions:

    1. The next version will support zoom in/out for the TimelineView out of the box as seen in this example (just drag the zoom slider).

    2. RadScheduleView doesn't provide such a built-in functionality, however you could try to implement such a custom logic using the new touch API.

    3. This can be achieved using custom ScheduleViewDragDropBehavior as demonstrated here (drag item from the ListBox on the left and drop it over Appointment).

    Hope this helps.

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