ASP.NET Event Calendar Now in Video Tutorial

Abstract

A 10-minute video tutorial on how to create a basic event calendar for ASP.NET MVC app.

By following this video tutorial, you can create an easy-to-use event calendar/scheduler with DHTMLX Scheduler for ASP.NET MVC within just 10 minutes. An event calendar is created in C#.

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    Posted by Clement K. Tay on 05/23/2012 06:02am

    Am to input two calenders using asp.net. One of the calenders is display a start date and the other is to display an end date. I've done the design using the text button control and inserted the calender into it. but the calenders are expanded during design view. what can I do to make it not to expand during design view?

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