Date Navigation and Gestures
3 Sep 2020 / 2 minutes to read
By default, the date can be navigated to next view using touch gesture and swiping the control in right to left direction. The view can also be changed programmatically using forward method available in
SfCalendar. It will move to next month,next year,next period of decade years,next period of century years based on the
It can be navigated until it reaches the MaxDate
By default, the date can be navigated to previous view using touch gesture and swiping the control in left to right direction. The view also can be changed programmatically using backward method available in
SfCalendar. It will move to previous month,previous year,previous period of decade years,previous period century years based on the
It can be navigated until it reaches the MinDate.
Move to Date
Visible dates can be moved to specific date using MoveToDate property available in
SfCalendar. it will move to any specific month,year,decade,century view based on the
SfCalendar sfCalendar = new SfCalendar(this); Calendar moveToDate = Calendar.Instance; moveToDate.Set ( 2010, Calendar.August, 25, 0, 0, 0 ); sfCalendar.MoveToDate = moveToDate;
The specified date should lie between MinDate and MaxDate, if the specified date is greater than MaxDate then the view will be moved to maxDate and if the specified date is lesser than the MinDate then the view will be moved to minDate.
By default, calendar views can be moved backwards and forwards using touch swipe gesture. This navigation, using touch gesture can be enabled and disabled using NavigationEnable property available in
SfCalendar control. By default,
NavigationEnable property is enabled.
SfCalendar sfCalendar = new SfCalendar(this); sfCalendar.NavigationEnable=false;