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This repository contains an Angular > 2 version of [angular-cron-jobs](http://angular-cron-jobs.github.io/angular-cron-jobs).


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ngx-cron-jobs

This repository contains an Angular > 2 version of angular-cron-jobs.

Installation

🎉 ngx-cron-jobs supports Angular 15 🎉

To install the latest version (15.2.1) of ngx-cron-jobs

$ npm install ngx-cron-jobs  --save

or

$ yarn add ngx-cron-jobs

This is a hacktoberfest friendly repository 🎃

Here are the following current enhancements

Other enhancements are very, very welcome as well!

- Happy hacking! 🥳


To install this library for Angular <=5, run:

$ npm install ngx-cron-jobs@0.x.x  --save
$ yarn add ngx-cron-jobs@0.x.x

where x.x is 4.9. Is should look like this 0.4.9. Line for Angular 5 will have major set to 0.

To install this library for Angular 6, run:

$ npm install ngx-cron-jobs@6.x.x  --save
$ yarn add ngx-cron-jobs@6.x.x

where x.x is 4.10. Is should look like this 6.4.10. Line for Angular 6 will have major set to 6.

To install this library for Angular 7, run:

$ npm install ngx-cron-jobs@7.x.x  --save
$ yarn add ngx-cron-jobs@7.x.x

where x.x is 4.10. Is should look like this 7.4.10 Line for Angular 6 will have major set to 6.

Consuming your library

and then from your Angular AppModule:

import { CronJobsModule } from 'ngx-cron-jobs';

@NgModule({
  imports: [
    ...,
    CronJobsModule,
    ...
  ]
})
export class AppModule { }

Once your library is imported, you can use its components, directives and pipes in your Angular application:

<!-- To insert to in your component minimal config with ngModel -->
<cron-jobs [(ngModel)]="hero.frequency"></cron-jobs>

<!-- To insert to in your component minimal config with reactive forms -->
<cron-jobs [formControl]="freqControl"></cron-jobs>

<!-- To insert to in your component minimal config with reactive forms -->
<!-- additional parameters -->
<cron-jobs [formControl]="freqControl" [config]="cronConfig"  [validate]="cronValidate"></cron-jobs>

Configuration:

The component takes an input of [config] and [validate]

Options

Plugin maybe configured by config object to which should be pass in [config] input.

List of options:

OptionTypeDescription
quartzboolean (false)Use quartz syntax rather then cron syntax in control output
multipleboolean (false)Enable multi select in plugin selects
bootstrapboolean (true)Use bootstrap 4 html and css classes to build plugin forms
optionobjectAdditional options
option.minuteboolean (true)remove (false) or add minute to plugin select to control user ability to set cron expression.
option.hourboolean (true)remove (false) or add hour to plugin select to control user ability to set cron expression.
option.dayboolean (true)remove (false) or add day to plugin select to control user ability to set cron expression.
option.weekboolean (true)remove (false) or add week to plugin select to control user ability to set cron expression.
option.monthboolean (true)remove (false) or add month to plugin select to control user ability to set cron expression.
option.yearboolean (true)remove (false) or add year to plugin select to control user ability to set cron expression.

Additional to this plugin supports validation config ([validate] input):

OptionTypeDescription
validateboolean (false)Add validation classes if controls are invalid.

License

MIT © Daniel 'yp2' Derezinski

Contributors

From angular 1 project

@wowo

@immertreu

@TSteele27

@DmitryEfimenki

From angular2-cron-jobs project

@rvalenciano

From ngx-cron-jobs project

Daniel 'yp2' Derezinski

Mads 'madsthom' Smed

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Last updated on 04 Apr 2023

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