The ASP.NET MVC MultiViewCalendar component is a versatile scheduling control. It provides the ability to display multiple months side by side. You can control the number and depth of the calendar views, enable date selection as well as display disabled dates and a week column.
See ASP.NET MVC MultiViewCalendar in action
The Telerik ASP.NET MVC MultiViewCalendar enables you to set the initial view and control the navigation depth of the calendar. To set a view, simply choose one of the four predefined views—Month, Year, Decade and Century. The component also allows you to define the number of views and months displayed at a time. Refer to our demo page for more information.
Date selection is among the most important calendar features. The MultiViewCalendar performs both single and multiple dates selection, controlled from the Selectable property of the component. Setting the property to a range allows you to choose the length of the selected period with mouse clicks for start and end date. Using the Ctrl key lets you separately pick multiple dates, while holding the Shift key + mouse click allows you to define the whole range in between selected dates.
See how Selection works in the ASP.NET MVC MultiviewCalendar
The ASP.NET MVC MultiViewCalendar provides disabled dates functionality to allow you to gray out national holidays, weekends and other days not intended to be selected by users. You simply need to set an array of dates or add a function.
You can choose to display the week number within the chosen month view. Simply set the WeekNumber property to render the week number column.
With several key bindings, the MultiViewCalendar component can be operated equally well using only the keyboard or only a mouse. Use the arrow keys to highlight days and Ctrl+ arrow keys to navigate to specific months/views.