Yavor Dashev

Hi Ede Gross,

You can bind for the itemUpdate  event to record the change of the event.

Quick code snippet for this use case:

 scheduler.addEventListener('itemUpdate', function (event) {
<div>        const detail = event.detail,</div>
<div>            item = detail.item;</div>
<div>        console.log(item)</div>
<div>    })

<div>Or you can use the updateEvent method in order to update an Event of the Scheduler compoent.</div>
<div>More info about it you can find in the Scheduler API: https://www.htmlelements.com/docs/scheduler-api/</div&gt;

Please, do not hesitate to contact us if you have any additional questions.

Best regards,
Yavor Dashev

Smart UI Team