scheduler

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dhtmlxScheduler is a JavaScript event calendar that allows you to add a Google-like scheduler to your web app or website. Intuitive drag-and-drop interface allows the end users to quickly manage events and appointments in different views: Day, Week, Month, Year, Agenda, Timeline, etc. Very lightweight, highly customizable, and fast, dhtmlxScheduler provides a quick way to add an Ajax-based event calendar on a web page.

https://github.com/DHTMLX/scheduler#readme

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