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of PHP/MySQL solutions with focus on software lifecycle management, including long term utility, reliability and maintainability.
If you need any custom modules, modification or amendment based on iCalcreator
to suit your needs or professional support, don't hesitate to contact us.
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,
use the contact page
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
The iCal file event HTML form editor (RFC2445) features
- upload of local or remote iCal files (opt. csv, included below)
- create and delete of ical files (opt. merge, included below)
- selecting calendar files for editing
- create, update and removal of events
- export of iCal files (and opt. RSS/csv/xls files, RSS/csv included below)
eventCreator can be executed included in a PHP HTMl page, standalone, or as a
popup window (experimental). eventCreator form is using a 600px wide HTMl box.
Any uploaded file is saved in a separate directory to ensure privacy, not
viewable for any other visitor and, if not manually deleted, automatically removed one hour after last
Download eventCreator here.
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