16 Bootstrap Calendar Templates to Plug & Play

16 Bootstrap Calendar Templates to Plug & Play

Plug and Play Calendars

Bootstrap calendar templates can be plugged in to a website to give you an easy way to organize events, scheduling, and payments.

There’s a certain flexibility to Bootstrap that makes it one of the go-to frameworks for building out websites and creating interface development. One of the great things about Bootstrap is that it allows you to get code from multiple sources to build up a framework that best suites you.

Because we at Medialoot are always trying to find ways to save you time, we’ve put together some of our favorite ready-made calendar templates for you to use on Bootstrap. If you want a quality calendar, but don’t want to spend the time coding it yourself, the options below are a perfect place to start.

Check out our plug and play Bootstrap calendar templates and let us know what you think in the comments below.

Full Bootstrap Calendar - Free

We absolutely adore this clean, simple, and modern Bootstrap calendar. It gives a straightforward presentation of our tasks, events, and reminders, so you can stay on top of your work load. Plus, it’s extremely easy to integrate into your existing platform.

Bootstrap Year Calendar - Free

If you like a broader overview of your year, you’ll need to download this widget for your site. The year calendar gives a brief look at an entire year, allowing you to navigate between specific events and occurrences. You’ll also be able to navigate from year to year, so you can keep everything in one place.

Javascript Event Calendar - Free

With a drag and drop feature, this event calendar makes it extremely easy to schedule and rearrange big events happening in your business. The demo comes absolutely free, though you might need the FullCalendar event hooks to change names and data on the calendar.

Calendar Design – Free

Not only is this calendar option for Bootstrap clean and easy to read, it also allows you to switch between day, week, and month views. So whether you’re focusing on day-to-day tasks or want a broader picture of your upcoming month, this freebie is the perfect option for you.

Bootstrap Calendar Demo – Free

Because this calendar was coded so each element stood alone, when you craft it, you’ll get a calendar that is completely unique to you. The full calendar offers a complete view of a month’s events, using simple dots to let you know what’s happening.

Bootstrap Calendar with PHP – Free

Sometimes simplicity is best. You want something with no frills, no extras, just something that will do its job and now more. If you want a straightforward Bootstrap calendar that will keep you on track and let you see where you need to be and when.

Bootstrap 4 Responsive Calendar - Free

I like to keep things color coordinated, which is why I think this might be one of my favorite Bootstrap calendars on this list. Your events will be added, all in different colors so you can keep things in different categories. It’s easy to read, easy to adjust, and lovely to look at.

Bootstrap 3 Calendar-2 – Free

As a business owner or entrepreneur, it’s ideal to have tools on hand that can be used for multiple purposes. This simple calendar will allow you to keep track of the days, but it can also be used as a table for other bits of information you might have. Multitasking for the win!

Remark Calendar – Free

Coming with a Month, Week, Day option, this calendar will allow you to get as detailed or as simple as you want. You can layer your events and still keep things simple and easy to read. And as you know, I’m a fan of simple.

Event Calendar Design – Free

Talk about details! With this Bootstrap calendar, you don’t just get clear markers for different events, you can also add detailed information about each event. By simply rolling over the specified event, you’ll get descriptions, time, place, attending, and available spots. A truly perfect event calendar!

Bootstrap Compatible Calendar – Free

This newer calendar offers code for HTML, CSS, and JS, so you won’t be lacking when it comes to options. The calendar also comes with Day, Week, Month, and Year options, so you get to see the big picture as well as the details of your day to day life.   

Bootstrap Agenda – Free

More of an agenda than a calendar, this detailed table shows your days down to the hour. You can fill it in with minute by minute events, also allowing you to put certain events on repeat. The details this Bootstrap agenda viewer lets you see make it an important part of a busy life.

Bootstrap Calendar – Free

Sometimes it’s a good idea to have a backup plan when it comes to building out your website. You should definitely keep the code for this Bootstrap calendar on hand just in case you ever need to throw a simple, effective calendar onto a site.

Twitter Bootstrap Calendar – Free

Don’t let the design of this calendar fool you, it’s the template we’re looking out. The Bootstrap calendar was created for a troop’s schedule, but it can be used however you want. But seeing how it’s currently being used is always a good thing.

Full Basic Calendar – $24

I don’t know why this calendar is called ‘basic’, because it’s anything but! The sleek, modern look of the calendar isn’t overwhelming, but it still contains everything you could ever need. You can add daily details and also switch from month to month using the convenient arrows at the top.

Year Calendar for Bootstrap 4 – Free

While this calendar might not showcase all the details at first glance, it does give a great overview of the year. It’s the perfect addition to a simple, to the point website. And, as is the case with everything on this list, all you need to do is plug it in and you’ll be good to go!



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