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kobaltz PRO said 27 days ago on FullCalendar Events and Scheduling :
Sure thing. I actually just ran through this battle not too long ago. Are you initializing it with a stimulus controller or just in the packs?

kobaltz PRO said 27 days ago on FullCalendar Events and Scheduling :
Here is a working example with a Stimulus Controller for Full Calendar v4+ (jQuery dependency removed)

// yarn add @fullcalendar/core
// yarn add @fullcalendar/daygrid

import { Controller } from "stimulus"
import { Calendar } from '@fullcalendar/core';
import dayGridPlugin from '@fullcalendar/daygrid';
import '@fullcalendar/core/main.css'
export default class extends Controller {
  static targets = ["calendar"]
  initialize() { }

  connect() {
    let calendar = new Calendar(this.calendarTarget, {
      header: {
        left: 'prev,next today',
        center: 'title',
        right: 'dayGridMonth,dayGridWeek,dayGridDay'
      },
      eventLimit: true,
      views: {
        dayGridMonth: {
          eventLimit: 3
        }
      },
      events: '/admin/events.json',
      plugins: [dayGridPlugin]
    })
    calendar.render();

  }

  disconnect() { }
}

kobaltz PRO said 27 days ago on FullCalendar Events and Scheduling :
I don't have a full working example right now, just what I posted above since this was my use case. However, I will put it on my list to do an equivalent example to what this episode shows, but with modern Rails/Webpacker/Full Calendar.

kobaltz PRO said 16 days ago on Audio Streaming with Active Storage :
You can use @podcast.audio.service_url  instead of url_for(@podcast.audio) which will be a direct link to the S3 endpoint.  However, if you're using a different storage mechanism like disk in your development environment, it wouldn't work. You may need to have minio or something similar within your development environment.

kobaltz PRO said 15 days ago on Audio Streaming with Active Storage :
Awesome   [email protected]  ! Glad to hear that!