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Latest: fullcalendar-2.0.2.zip

Includes a basic stylesheet, the Google Calendar extension, and the necessary Moment, jQuery, and jQuery UI files. The jQuery UI files are only necessary if you plan to do drag & drop / resizing.

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Beta: fullcalendar-2.1.0-beta1.zip

Important info about the beta

Bower Component

You can install FullCalendar through Bower, a package manager for web components. Once you have the bower command line tool installed, you can type:

$ bower install fullcalendar

You might need to run bower cache clean first to get the latest versions because of a repo switcheroo.


CDNJS is kind enough to host FullCalendar's files through a reliable CDN, which you can directly link to from your site. However, the files might not be immediately available after a release, as it takes some time for them to get approved and uploaded, so keep that in mind. Here are the URLs of the latest files:


Note the // at the beginning of each URL. This causes the files to be fetched over the same protocol as the current page, whether it is http:// or https://.


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