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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.. .
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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
tinycal is a small HTML calendar box, displaying calendar information from
local and/or remote calendar files (
) or even urls, ex. Google calendar.
tinycal offers access to calendar information in month, week, day, list and
component views and offers also ablility to download a (complete, part of or
single event within) calendar file. tinycal is only 220px in width
tinycal displays "vevent" (default), "vtodo" or "vjournal" calendar component '
types except any (included) "valarm" components and supports recurring events
(component properties rdate, rrule etc).
More than one tinycal box can be showed on the same page, showing contents from
using Ajax technology and a PHP Axaj backend.
tinycal v3.2 uses
managing calendar files by the Ajax backend PHP script
Download tinycal with the included README here.
tinycal shows here four artificial calendar calendars, based on iCal files (recreated every 24h, using the
tiCalFile package) with 60 events,
starting today and the coming ten days, each day with five events, including some recurrent events.
Read the lastest release news here.