Actually you can use RadScheduler within an ASP.NET MVC application, but
you have to use WebServices
for loading/updating appointments as the
non-WebService approach relies on Webforms' postbacks. Please have a look at this forum thread with an attachment that shows how to use RadScheduler's WebService mode in MVC. If you want to know how to perform client binding capability of RadScheduler using WebServices in ASP.NET MVC, visit this
knowledge base article.