We use cookies to give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to browse, then you agree to our privacy policy and cookie policy. (Last updated on: November 16, 2018).
Unfortunately, activation email could not send to your email. Please try again.
Syncfusion Feedback


Overview

The Xamarin.Forms scheduler supports the following configurable view modes to display appointments.

  • Day view
  • Week view
  • Workweek view
  • Month view
  • Timeline view

Day, Week, and Workweek views

In day, week, and workweek views, appointments on a specific day will be arranged in their timeslots based on their durations.

Working hours customization in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler

Working hours customization

Differentiate working hours from nonworking hours in day, week, and workweek views.

Time range customization in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler

Time range customization

Change the start and end hours displayed in day, week, and workweek views to show only necessary time durations for end users.

Nonworking days in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler

Nonworking days

Change nonworking days in the workweek view according to your application requirements.

Blocking time slots in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler

Blocking time slots

Prevent user interactions such as adding appointments in specific time slots.

Changed first day of the week in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler week view

First day of the week

Users can modify the first day of the week based on local culture. In the week and workweek views, the days that follow the specified start day will be displayed in the schedule.

Time label customization in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler

Time label customization

Set different formats for time labels and change their appearance.

Time interval customization in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler

Time slot customization

  • Change the time interval and time interval height in day, week, and workweek views.
  • Customize the time slot appearance.

Month view

Provides a month-based view with horizontal or vertical navigation.

Week number support in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler month view

Appointment display mode

Display appointments in the Scheduler’s month view, like Outlook, to enhance the readability of the content.

Week number support in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler month view

Week number

Display the number of the week in the month view. You can also customize the week number style.

Inline view in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler month view

Inline view appointment display

Display indicators in cells and display appointments below the selected date in the month view. You can also customize the inline view and appointment view.

Month cell customization in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler

Cell customization

Set different views for each month cell through templates.

Blackout dates in  Xamarin.Forms Scheduler month view

Blackout dates

Disable interactions for certain dates in the month view.

Agenda view in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler

Agenda view

Display selected date appointments below the month in the agenda view. You can also customize the agenda view and appointments.

Changed first day of week in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler month view

First Day of week

Users can modify the first day of the week based on the local culture. The days that follow the specified start day will be displayed in the schedule.

Current date and month customization in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler month view

Current date and month customization

  • Customize the current date in the month.
  • Differentiate the date of the current selected month from the date of the previous or next month.

Timeline view

Timeline view displays the dates in a horizontal time axis with the desired days count. Each view displays events accurately across the time slots and supports drag-and-drop interface.

Timeline view in Xamarin.Forms Scheduler


145+ XAMARIN UI CONTROLS

ALL CONTROLS
  • Xamarin.Forms
  • Xamarin.Android
  • Xamarin.iOS
Scroll up icon

You are using an outdated version of Internet Explorer that may not display all features of this and other websites. Upgrade to Internet Explorer 8 or newer for a better experience.