Full Calendar Scheduler Suite Demo

Welcome to the Full Calendar Scheduler Suite demo! This will be a progressing demo app to showcase ALL of the individual elements that come shipped with this plugin. This will be packaged as a template soon but for now can be used as a model or to copy/paste if you really dig it!

Right now, the demo is set up like a Calendly clone with more work being done daily! Again, the idea is to demonstrate the power of the plugin. More features and demonstrations will be added in the future.

The plugin comes with:

  • A highly customizable Full Calendar with dynamic timezone support and resource views (and so so much more!)

this calendar accepts as many data sources as you want to tie together!!!

  • Cross timezone Time Slot Generator & Filter (incredibly flexible, powerful, and perform at)
  • Availability Coordinator
  • Date/Time picker
  • A secondary event calendar / date picker
  • Authenticate with Google API calls
  • Offline Google Calendar API calls
  • Date range generator (to create “daily hours” a to use with the Timeslot generator)
  • Google event fixer (get your event colors from google and output more nicely for the calendar)
  • Calendar date generator (for custom calendars with RG)

I encourage you to check it out but the basic flow is

Authenticate with google
Create a schedule
Share the link
Check your calendar
Receive emails with event info

So much more to be added but I couldn’t wait to share!!!

Check it out!

Demo Page - Calendly with Full Calendar

Plugin Docs

so incomplete but helpful still. The Calendar is almost completely documented. The other areas are lacking but coming in the next month.

Plugin Page

Shout out to @rico.trevisan for the landing page design. I highly recommend anyone go to him for design support. Seriously!

So, more will be added and updated. I’ll keep update to a per page basis. There’s just so many dang configurations possible I don’t know where to start next!


:muscle: Congrats on putting this together.

Thanks for the shoutout. Let me get my hands on that landing page. There are quite a few sharp edges we need to smoothen. Most importantly, you should show off the app on the landing page.

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Thank you, another Good idea! Added to my todo list!

This video highlights:

  • Creating Recurring Events with Timeslots

  • Filtering and Displaying Free times based on already booked events

  • The performance of the slot generator and displaying events (would be faster if I wasn’t recording the screen at the same time)

  • Displaying events on the Full Calendar Scheduler Suite: Calendar Element

  • Displaying events on the Full Calendar Scheduler Suite: Small Calendar

  • Creating filtered recurring events and timeslots with the Full Calendar Scheduler Suite: Time Slot Generator

I have some questions>

  1. Does this support Korean?
  2. Also, can i customize day title (such as 5.26 (mo) or 5.26 (monday) in week view?
  3. can i customize minimum time and maximum time in week view?

just for your info i tried to login with google but it does not redirect

also i get this picture when i try to open your bitly links

Thanks for the heads up. I don’t have bit.ly links here do I? Which link?

[edit] hmm. It’s

Project link: poop123.bubbleapps.io :joy: :rofl:
Editor link: Calendar Tester | Bubble Editor

I remember now why I had to do that. Bubble didn’t like my URL for the project so I had to use a bit.LY link.

Not sure for numbers, probably. Almost certainly, but I’m not :100:

For day names, absolutely. You can actually customize the day names fully.

In weekekview you can change the name of the day and then below it it would show the date.

I imagine with some customization this could be done the way that you are asking.


You have in the plugin description

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Thanks for quick reply!

Like @buero mentioned ,


I can’t login with google it does not redirect me. So, I can’t test with the plugin.



in your link, the calendar plugin shows “missing element”

And what’s the difference between free and paid plugins? In plugin pages ,you have a free one and paid one.

I can answer the question about free versus paid. The free version is no longer being updated or maintained. It’s there it works pretty well like 90 to 95% of the way. There seem to be issues that people run into. However for the majority of users there’s zero issue other than figuring out how to use it.

For the paid version I maintain that for my own personal clients. When somebody hires me to do a calendering job, I grant them access to my plug-in and I make updates to that plug-in as needed to customize it for that specific job. So the paid version gets new updates like monthly typically . When you pay for the plug-in you can also get a little bit of support here and there because I wanna make sure that somebody who pays for it is taken care of.

The free version is there. I encourage people to forget because it’s a full calendar version four and a time slot generator and some custom date time pickers and a schedule coordinator. It’s freaking jampacked with goodies related to setting up your own version of Calendly. It also means that you don’t have to pay for a Calendar or Timeslot generator. Just saying

Regarding the Google login, I can promise you that it works but I’m pretty sure that I have shut down that project that was related to that so that I could do other projects. I’m not totally sure what’s going on with that at the moment. Likely though I just don’t have it set up anymore.

If you’d like to book some time I would be happy to run through that with you. Would you be interested in grabbing some paid time on my calendar?

Thanks for explanation!

Your plugin looks great but looks a little bit difficult.

After some study in this plugin, when I stuck with something
I will reach you out!


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Hi jared @jared.gibb
Can I ask you a calendaring job for paid job?
I sent you a message but didn’t get a reply.
Please let me know how I can contact with you!

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Sorry for the lack of response! I’ve had the same email for like almost 20 years and it just gets overflowed with crap and I apologize for missing your email.

Can you tell me a bit more about your use case? What are you trying to do and is it beyond the Google OR stuff because I could get that fixed pretty quickly, I’m imagining, for my demo app.

Awesome plugin, can use my own ui?

Sure thing!

the only UI’s provided are 2 different calendars and 1-2 {can’t remember atm} different date pickers (not available elsewhere). Everything else plugs into those pretty nicely

Thanks for reply!

I’m making mobile app which personal fitness trainer can easily manage their class schedules.
So, I need functions to easily add schedules and because it is mobile app, it should look pretty!

I’m testing your plugin(free ver) and I think this plugin is so awesome and has many customizations. I want to recommend this plugin to everyone who wants calendar function.

What I want to ask is in month view. the lists always hide in more button, Can I show all of them in a day and not use hide button? (This is supported in basic bubble full calendar plugin)

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Hi! @jared.gibb
Thanks for the nice plugin.

What I want to ask is that are there any tips to load calendar fast?

When the calendar is first loaded, it looks a little bit slow. so if there are any tricks that user can experience more nice performance. can you give me hints?


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Hiding it or using a loading icon is the only trick I can suggest. It’s a lot to load up but that could be fixed with some love maybe.

[Update for anyone else listening]
I’ve accidentally deleted my example pages during a recent purge. Oops

Will have them back soon. Please do ask any questions about the plugin here though!

Thanks for your advice
I’m using your plugin as our main calendar.

Anyone can add various calendar function with this plugin.

For sure, that’s 1 reason it’s an open source plugin! :slight_smile: while the paid version gets supports and updates and isn’t open source, the free one is provided as is for anyone who wants to extend its features.