Finally! After one and a half years of on and off development work on CalendarFX I finally managed to wrap it up today and to make it available for download and licensing.

If you want to take it for a spin simply visit http://www.calendarfx.com and download the distribution. The download is feature complete and only requires a license key after the trial period of several months.

To start coding I suggest that you take a look at the online developer manual. It is currently quite “compressed” but will be extended over time. Ideally developers tell me which aspects of the framework require further explanation.

The API documentation can also be found online. It contains very detailed descriptions of each custom control and quite a few screenshots.

Speaking of screenshots: below you can see the four main “pages” shown by the CalendarView control. This is a very high level and complex control that already supports the most common use cases for a calendar UI.

CalendarFX requires JavaFX 8u45+.