Editing Basics

The Scheduler enables you to create, update, and delete events.

Getting Started

Event operations are an essential feature of the Kendo UI Scheduler for Angular. As a native Angular component, the Scheduler is tightly integrated with the Angular forms module—for example, change tracking and validation work in the same way as in other forms.

Angular provides reactive and template-driven forms of which, currently, the Scheduler supports the reactive (model-driven) forms.

Support for editing in Angular template-driven forms is planned for future releases.

Each editing mode has a matching, built-in directive that encapsulates the low-level operations and which trades flexibility for simplicity.

Conditional Editing

You can render a read-only Scheduler (for example, depending on the user) by setting the editable attribute to false.

<kendo-scheduler [editable]="false">
  ...
</kendo-scheduler>

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