This component is still very early in development. Everything is currently still subject to massive change, so use at your own risk! Don't be surprised if you run into major or breaking bugs until we hit the 1.0.0 release.
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A react-based, light-weight, highly customizable Month calendar for React-based applications.
- Extremely small deployed package size (less than 5kb when minified & g-zipped)
- Entire design is based on CSS-grid, so it is fully responsive and fast
- Easy to override default components to add unique behavior and styles
The ultimate goal for this library was to create a framework that allowed for users to create their own calendar and components for use in the grid system. This allows for users to easily add additional functionality without bloating the base library with features not everyone may want.
The included default calendar components can be simply used as is, but the real power is being able to easily override these components. This allows consumers to use any state-management, styles, UX, or whatever without needing them included in this library, and without interfering with it's overall behavior.
||The Schedulely component that is used to create the NPM package|
||The Docusaurus project that contains the formal documentation for Schedulely|
This project uses Turborepo for building, so many of these tasks are additive and will call other tasks.
The following commands are used for development:
||Build all artifacts (Schedulely and docs)|
||Build the Schedulely NPM package artifact|
||Run Schedulely within Ladle. This is used for real-time local development|
||Run Jest unit tests for Schedulely|
||Run Docusaurus documentation with real-time updates.|
The documentation project builds
Schedulely and adds it directly to the documentation pages. It does not utilize a released NPM package. This ensures that the documentation always reflects exactly what is on main, and doesn't require us to continually keep bumping the Schedulely package version between releases.