AlguienEnEsteMundo AlguienEnEsteMundo - 1 month ago 4
Javascript Question

Pass variables from javascript to php file to store them in mysql db after

Im trying to add a new functionality to my web application. I want the user to be able to select the dates and time they can actually work. For that I create a calendar where I can select the days and times they are available. In the calendar they can select different hours intervals. Until here everything is good. Now I need to add that information in the database. For that I understand that I have to pass the values to a .php file so I can save them in the database. The problem is how can I pass that values to the php file. After that how to add them in the database I guess its not going to be a problem. But how can I send that selected values to the php file so I can save that information?

Any help will be very appreciated.


function isSlotSelected($slot) { return $'[data-selected]');
function isSlotSelecting($slot) { return $'[data-selecting]'); }

* Get the selected time slots given a starting and a ending slot
* @private
* @returns {Array} An array of selected time slots
function getSelection(plugin, $a, $b) {
var $slots, small, large, temp;
if (!$a.hasClass('time-slot') || !$b.hasClass('time-slot') ||
($'day') != $'day'))) { return []; }
$slots = plugin.$el.find('.time-slot[data-day="' + $'day') + '"]');
small = $slots.index($a); large = $slots.index($b);
if (small > large) { temp = small; small = large; large = temp; }
return $slots.slice(small, large + 1);

DayScheduleSelector.prototype.attachEvents = function () {
var plugin = this
, options = this.options
, $slots;

this.$el.on('click', '.time-slot', function () {
var day = $(this).data('day');
if (!plugin.isSelecting()) { // if we are not in selecting mode
if (isSlotSelected($(this))) { plugin.deselect($(this)); }
else { // then start selecting
plugin.$selectingStart = $(this);
$(this).attr('data-selecting', 'selecting');
plugin.$el.find('.time-slot').attr('data-disabled', 'disabled');
plugin.$el.find('.time-slot[data-day="' + day + '"]').removeAttr('data-disabled');
} else { // if we are in selecting mode
if (day == plugin.$'day')) { // if clicking on the same day column
// then end of selection
plugin.$el.find('.time-slot[data-day="' + day + '"]').filter('[data-selecting]')
.attr('data-selected', 'selected').removeAttr('data-selecting');
plugin.$el.trigger('selected.artsy.dayScheduleSelector', [getSelection(plugin, plugin.$selectingStart, $(this))]);
plugin.$selectingStart = null;

this.$el.on('mouseover', '.time-slot', function () {
var $slots, day, start, end, temp;
if (plugin.isSelecting()) { // if we are in selecting mode
day = plugin.$'day');
$slots = plugin.$el.find('.time-slot[data-day="' + day + '"]');
start = $slots.index(plugin.$selectingStart);
end = $slots.index(this);
if (end < 0) return; // not hovering on the same column
if (start > end) { temp = start; start = end; end = temp; }
$slots.slice(start, end + 1).attr('data-selecting', 'selecting');


<!doctype html>
<meta charset="utf-8">
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="style.css">
<link href='' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'>
body { font-family:'roboto'; background-color:#ECF0F1; }
<h1 style="margin:150px auto 30px auto;"></h1>
<div id="day-schedule"></div>

<script src=""></script>
<script src="../src/index.js"></script>
(function ($) {
$("#day-schedule").on('selected.artsy.dayScheduleSelector', function (e, selected) {


Post to your php script using an AJAX call and then, in your php script, access the parameters via the $_POST array, ie:

Code to post to your php script (insert the code in your JS file):

  url:   "/subdirectory/model.php",
  type:  "POST",
  data:  {
    day: "friday",
    start: "07:00:00",
    end:   "16:00:00"
.done function(data)({
.fail function()({
  console.log("Parameters failed to be sent to php!")

Code to access the parameters passed from JS in /htdoc/subdirectory/model.php:


Executing your JS should result in the three sample parameters being displayed in your browser's log. For you db, instead of vardumping $_POST, you'll add code to the php script that writes the variables to your db.