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ASP.NET AJAX Scheduler Control

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Hi All,

We are trying to create an online booking system. Now we want have a web scheduler (similar look and feel to outlook) where the user will select the date and available slots will appear as blocks or empty events.

The user will then select this date and follow a wizard to make a booking.

Now we bought a devexpress (www.devexpress.com) license for their scheduler, but it seems it cannot be extended in this way?

Does anyone know of any existing controls that could do this? and that are either free or stand alone (i looked at the telerik but they are $1500 for a license which at the moment is out of budget as we bought the devexpress controls)

Thanks for the advise and help guys.
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Well, I don't know in depth the DevExpress controls, but I'm almost sure that combining the DevExpress controls with some kind of javascript framework (like jQuery) is the way to achieve what you want. Please provide more details, I don't have a clear image of what you're trying.
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Hi,
Please check http://arshaw.com/fullcalendar/
You can integrate it in your asp.net app
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