This release is an Alpha release under Silverlight v3.0, so please be as critical as possible so that I can improve the worth of the application through the community.
As of 10/20/2009 @ 11:30 I have converted the project to version 3.0. The downloads page will continue to have the version 2.0 project as a possilbe download but will no longer be adding updates to this project unless requested. The new recomended version will be in the Source Code tab and on the downloads page.
As of 10/20/2009 @ 11:30 AM I have added full support for the MouseWheel on the ScrollViewer in the Outlook Calendar.
As of 10/22/2009 @ 6:53 PM I have now added support for spanning hours for an appointment.
As of 10/23/2009 @ 5:39 PM I have now added support for drag and drop for the Day/Week views for the appointments. This functionality is limited though because it does not update the start/end date and time for the appointment yet and it also does not "snap" to the correct location. I have also added a new item called the Day Calendar that displays todays today in a simplistic fashion, or can be set to display a static date.
As of 11/03/2009 @ 2:45 PM I have now done a complete remodel of the Control Library structure. I was having problems with namespaces and concurency with the flow of the application so I decoupled almost all of it. I have seperated all of the individual calendars into their own namespace with a root namespace of "Calendar". I have fixed a lot of visual elements of the Classic Calendar. It now uses a Grid as the main structure instead of a WrapPanel which allows for easier sizing the individual elements. Im sorry for the restructure of the root of the application but I see it as a nessecary fix to allow for future implementations.
As of 11/04/2009 @ 4:30 PM I have made some changes to the Outlook Calendar thanks to some sugestions from a pleased user. I have added a Year view that will display all Months in the year at one time and I have also added a "Hours Per Day" feature that will let you control the number of Hours displayed in one day (i.e. if hours per day is 2 then 12AM and 12PM will display giving you a "Half Day" effect).
As of 11/06/2009 @ 7:00 PM I have added a resizing ability on the Day/Week view appointments.
- Outlook Calendar Year view - when using the mousewheel to scroll the months in the year view when in between months the mousewheel does not scroll the contents. It only works when the mouse is possitioned over a "Month".
- Outlook Calendar Day/Week views - when resizing the times do not update yet and the week view no longer spans days correctly.