Calendar Rails 4

I want to build a week calendar (with options to toggle bewteen month
day visions) in a Rails 4 app.
I know that I can use a JS calendar, like FullCalendar, but, I dont know
how to do this and if this will overload the client-side when i get a
of events.
I tried to search about it, but I cant find nothing.
I used data_builder and did the month vision, but I want do this to a
vision too.
Can someone give me a hint or show me how to do this?

look at this that just got

Okay, and how can I transform this

Into this

The above image is a example that what I want to do.

Another thing is that when I use the SimpleCalendar and try to render
events, i get this error:

undefined local variable or method `start_time’ for #Event:0x49278d8

Event.rb (model)

class Event < ActiveRecord::Base
extend SimpleCalendar
has_calendar attribute: :start_time


André, I have watched the revised episode of the calendar railscast but
episode cover only a month calendar, not a full day calendar (by hour).
And, i dont have a field called start_time in my db.
I will take a look in that ajax example, thank you.

Quarta-feira, 25 de Junho de 2014 9:36:06 UTC-3, André Orvalho escreveu:

There is an option called month_calendar that should give you that, but
can also look at the example that is on the documentation

Do you have a field in your database called start_time?

If this does not fill your requirements, you can also follow the
on the comments on your stackoverflow post.

Thank you.
I think that the simple_calendar can do this for me. I just need to
how to render the hours inside the week, and how to render the events
inside the hours.
I will take a look at your calendar helper, too.
Thank you again.

Quarta-feira, 25 de Junho de 2014 10:13:13 UTC-3, André Orvalho

This is my own calendar helper:

I have build it from the rails casts. if you look at my weeks method
you can probably do the same for a day. create an array of hours and use
them to render what you want.

Hope it helps.

Hi. Chris Oliver, the Simple_Calendar author, made this yesterday:


You can always accept my answer at stackoverflow :slight_smile:

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