Kalendae for the Rails asset pipeline
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Latest commit 2aec527 Oct 12, 2014 @sdball Update dummy app environment to silence warning
We were getting the following warning while running tests. We just needed to
set the new configuration option.

config.eager_load is set to nil. Please update your config/environments/*.rb files accordingly:

  * development - set it to false
  * test - set it to false (unless you use a tool that preloads your test environment)
  * production - set it to true


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Step 1

Load kalendae_assets in your Gemfile. In Rails 4, don't put it in a group:

gem 'kalendae_assets'

In Rails 3, place it in the assets group:

group :assets do
  gem 'kalendae_assets'

Step 2

Run 'bundle install'

Step 3

Require kalendae.js in your Javascript manifest (e.g. application.js)

//= require kalendae.standalone

The standalone version bundles a copy of of moment.js. If you already have moment.js in your app, you can use the non-standalone version to keep your assets smaller:

//= require kalendae

Step 4

Require kalendae.css in your CSS manifest (e.g. application.css)

 *= require kalendae


See Kalendae's Documentation for full usage instructions.

If you just want to get a quick date picker going: add auto-kal as a class to any element that you want to attach a date picker to.

<div class="auto-kal"></div>

<%= f.text_field :date, :class => 'auto-kal' %>


  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Added some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request