A scheduler for AngularJS

week, scheduler, angular, calendar, internationalization
bower install angular-daily-weekly-scheduler



A weekly scheduler for angularjs

Build Status

Online Demo



Run @ Home

Run the demo @home with few steps (prerequisite git & node V0.10+ & npm installed):

 git clone && cd angular-weekly-scheduler
 npm install
 npm install -g grunt-cli

Then run

grunt serve:dist


bower install --save angular-weekly-scheduler


npm install --save angular-weekly-scheduler

Add the scripts and css to your index.html. The angular-locale_xx-xx.js file is your locale file

  <link rel="stylesheet" href="">
  <script src=""></script>
  <script src=""></script>
  <script src=""></script>

  <!-- The library to replace with your local copy of ng-weekly-scheduler -->
  <script src=""></script>

Add dependency to timeline your angular module: weeklyScheduler.

Use the directive:

<weekly-scheduler class="scheduler" ng-model="myScopeModel" options="options"></weekly-scheduler>


This directive displays a weekly item scheduler. You can see, add and modify items easily.

Keyboard shortcuts

  • Use mouse wheel on schedule to scroll left and right
  • Use ctrl + mouse wheel to zoom in and out the schedule


ℹ️ This directive uses MomentJS to position items and calculate localized calendar weeks. Drag the time bar start, end and body to quickly change your schedule period. You can set an editable variable on each item, that will be used to disable item edition if false.

"items": [{
  "label": "Item 1",
  "editable": false,
  "schedules": [
      "start": "2015-12-26T23:00:00.000Z",
      "end": "2016-07-31T22:00:00.000Z"
}, ...]


This directive is using ng-transclude so that everything in <weekly-scheduler> element will be treated as the labelling object of one item.

<div class="srow">{{::$index + 1}}. {{item.label}}</div>

On transcluded item label, the scope contains item attribute name containing each item model and regular ng-repeat 🔁 scope attributes

Internationalisation (i18n)

I18N uses dynamic angular $locale change. An i18n module named weeklySchedulerI18N is optionally registered when using the core module :

angular.module('demoApp', ['weeklyScheduler', 'weeklySchedulerI18N'])

If present, core directive will retrieve current $locale and use it to translate labelling elements. You can add more $locale translation using provider weeklySchedulerLocaleServiceProvider:

angular.module('demoApp', ['weeklyScheduler', 'weeklySchedulerI18N'])
  .config(['weeklySchedulerLocaleServiceProvider', function (localeServiceProvider) {
      doys: {'es-es': 4},
      lang: {'es-es': {month: 'Mes', weekNb: 'número de la semana', addNew: 'Añadir'}},
      localeLocationPattern: '/vendor/angular-i18n/angular-locale_{{locale}}.js'


You can add animation to the weekly scheduler directive easily by importing angular module ngAnimate. Your application could for instance use :

angular.module('demoApp', ['ngAnimate', 'weeklyScheduler'])

Don't forget to add the angular-animate javascript file to your Single Page App index.html.

<script src="/vendor/angular-animate/angular-animate.js"></script>

Styling can be changed to whatever you like. This is an example of fading-in items entering the DOM :

.schedule-animate {
  transition: opacity 200ms ease-out;
}, {
  opacity: 0;
}, {
  display: none;
  opacity: 1;

You should see your scheduler items fading in!


Released under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for further details.