XML Tutorials Calendar
Bamboo Suite Calendar control/component can be used in web applications or as part of an applet add-onn to enhance a web page.
Bamboo Suite Calendar represents a monthly calendar with as many calendars viewable as required. The user may click to
select a date, in any particular Year, Month, or Day. Where size is a premium the calendars small footprint makes it ideal for todays thin web clients.
Useful feature: popup calendars. Hook directly to your cgi-bin programs via settable attributes.
To select a different month you would click on the buttons on either side of the "month, year" display. The dates get
highlighted as you roll your mouse over them. As you click on the date, it gets highlighted and selected.
The Edit control can be enabled/disabled and set visible/invisible.
Popup calendar is represented by combo box with selected in Calendar date displayed.
Opening a combo box will open a calendar. Once date has been selected in calendar, the loadgui attribute can be used
to hook up to php file to submit this data. The php file is an example of a middleware component that handles the
processing of data. This file can be written as a cgi script, jsp, asp, javabean, exe etc...
Enabled property set to False is used to disabled a Calendar.
Background and Foreground colors and highlights can be configured to be set to any 6 digit hexadecimal (RGB) value. Calendar border
choices are: none, flat, squareraised, squarelowered, roundraised, roundlowered, roundraisedthin, roundloweredthin,
squareraisedthin, squareloweredthin, text groove, ridge.
Bamboo Suite allows also to set font size and font style in the Calendar.
The Fontname can be configured as Serif, Sanssserif, or monospaced.
Fontstyle can be configured as Bold, Italic, Plain, Bolditalic, Underline. The point size can be set from 6 tp 120.
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