How to use the @fullcalendar/interaction.Draggable function in @fullcalendar/interaction

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github fullcalendar / fullcalendar / packages / __tests__ / src / event-drag / from-external.js View on Github external
it('should yield an event with an end', function(done) {
      initCalendar({
        defaultView: 'dayGridMonth',
        defaultDate: '2019-04-01',
        droppable: true,
        defaultAllDayEventDuration: { days: 2 },
        eventReceive(arg) {
          expect(arg.event.end).toEqualDate('2019-04-04')
          done()
        }
      })

      thirdPartyDraggable = new Draggable($dragEl[0], {
        eventData: {}
      })

      $dragEl.simulate('drag', {
        end: getDayEl('2019-04-02')
      })
    })
  })
github fullcalendar / fullcalendar / packages / __tests__ / src / event-drag / from-external.js View on Github external
initCalendar({
      defaultView: 'dayGridMonth',
      defaultDate: '2019-04-01',
      droppable: true,
      defaultAllDayEventDuration: { days: 2 },
      eventAllow(dropInfo, draggedEvent) {
        expect(draggedEvent.id).toBe('a')
        expect(draggedEvent.title).toBe('hey')
        expect(draggedEvent.start).toBe(null)
        expect(draggedEvent.end).toBe(null)
        called = true
      }
    })

    thirdPartyDraggable = new Draggable($dragEl[0], {
      eventData: {
        id: 'a',
        title: 'hey'
      }
    })

    $dragEl.simulate('drag', {
      end: getDayEl('2019-04-02'),
      callback() {
        expect(called).toBe(true)
        done()
      }
    })
  })

@fullcalendar/interaction

Calendar functionality for event drag-n-drop, event resizing, date clicking, and date selecting

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Latest version published 19 days ago

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