I am building an events calendar.
When the user clicks a cell a popup box appears with a 2 dropdown menus,the one depicting the start date of the event the other the end date of the event.
The start/end dates are both UNIX timestamps.
But consider this...after the user selects a date range(just like in outlook.com calendar) he chooses -from the dropdown menus- to select another date range.
The problem is this:
How am i going to create a dropdown menu where each option value will have a timestamp corresponding to the date selected.
Can the timestamps I already have help in the creation(as a basis for calculation) of this dropdown menu-to create the other timestamps too.
If you go to oulook.com calendar you will see that in the left dropdown menu of the popup....if you see of course the HTML source
I think using the jQuery date picker will make your life a lot easier: http://jqueryui.com/datepicker/
It can drop the timestamp in. Otherwise, I would generate the options server side.
The datepicker works for days/month not for selecting hours as I want.
You say,also to to generate the options server side-I am not sure if this the correct thing to do in my case.
I am building an events calendar based in this tutorial [http://blog.shinetech.com/2011/08/05/building-a-shared-calendar-with-backbone-js-and-fullcalendar-a-step-by-step-tutorial/ with this plugin [URL="http://arshaw.com/fullcalendar/"]http://arshaw.com/fullcalendar/](http://blog.shinetech.com/2011/08/05/building-a-shared-calendar-with-backbone-js-and-fullcalendar-a-step-by-step-tutorial/)
As you will notice everything is done with backbone and js.
So I am not sure if "server-side" is the correct choice here-I am not saying it is not,I am not just sure.
I was considering to construct the dropdown with a JS for loop.
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