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iCalcreator used in.. .
- All-in-One Event Calendar
- Date iCal
- ESS Feed
- Exponent CMS
- EQDKP Plus
- Gumbo Millennium
- JCal Pro
- One Big SYSTem
- Open Atrium
- Repository based CMS
- Virtual Loup-De-Mer
- "Weather Forecast"
- And many more.. .
what iCalcreator is missing,
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Credits & Licenses
iCalcreator and the related PHP software was conceived and written by Kjell-Inge Gustafsson.
Many people have contributed, through providing questions, issues, reporting bugs and sending patches.
iCalcreator (standard) and the related PHP software are released under the
dbiCal is a PHP database backend solution storing (multiple) iCal calendar files
in a database, using pear MDB2 as database API and iCalcreator as the
API for calendar information.
dbiCal may very well fit as a caldav calendar database back end.
The package supports
- inserting calendar files into database
- fetching information about stored calendar files in the database
- selecting a calendar filefrom database
- deleting a calendar in database
All calendar information, timezone, event, todo, journal and freebusy
components with all properties, including x-properties are supported.
Empty properties are not supported. Also multiple instances of a
calendar file (sharing the same "calendar name" but with separate insert
dates) are supported.
Using the PHP PEAR MDB2 package, dbiCal supports the following RDBMS:
MySQL/MySQLi, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Frontbase (unmaintained), Querysim,
Interbase/Firebird, MSSQL, SQLite. Depending on the underlying RDBMS
(and MDB2), transactions are supported.
Download dbiCal here.
Read the lastest release news here.