AngularJS directive for the Calendar control.
Use the wj-calendar directive to add Calendar controls to your AngularJS applications. Note that directive and parameter names must be formatted as lower-case with dashes instead of camel-case. For example:
<p>Here is a Calendar control:</p> <wj-calendar value="theDate"> </wj-calendar>
This example creates a Calendar control and binds it to a 'date' variable exposed by the controller. The range of dates that may be selected is limited by the min and max properties.
The wj-calendar directive supports the following attributes:
@Binds the control's value property using the ng-model Angular directive. Binding the property using the ng-model directive provides standard benefits like validation, adding the control's state to the form instance, and so on. To redefine properties on a control that is bound by the ng-model directive, use the wj-model-property attribute.
@Specifies a control property that is bound to a scope using the ng-model directive.
=A reference to the Calendar control created by this directive.
=The month being displayed in the calendar.
@The first day of the week.
&This event occurs after the binding has finished initializing the control with attribute values.
=A value indicating whether the binding has finished initializing the control with attribute values.
=The function used to customize the dates shown in the calendar.
@The latest valid date (string in the format "yyyy-MM-dd").
@The earliest valid date (string in the format "yyyy-MM-dd").
@A value indicating whether the control displays a month or the entire year.
@A value indicating whether the control displays the header area.
=The date being edited.
&The Calendar.gotFocus event handler.
&The Calendar.lostFocus event handler.
&The Calendar.valueChanged event handler.
If provided, the min and max attributes are strings in the format "yyyy-MM-dd." Technically, you can use any full date as defined in the W3C [RFC 3339], which is also the format used with regular HTML5 input elements.