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Name Modified Size Downloads / Week Status
icalcreator 2017-03-11 4949 weekly downloads
tinycal 2013-10-26 0
tiCalFile 2013-01-03 0
iCalcnv 2011-12-30 0
dbiCal 2011-12-05 0
rsscalCreator 2011-08-05 0
README.txt 2011-08-05 1.3 kB 0
Totals: 7 Items   1.3 kB 49
dbiCal is a PHP database back end solution storing (multiple) iCal (rfc2445/rfc5445) calendar files in a database using pear MDB2 as database API and iCalcreator as the calendar information API. iCalcnv is a PHP utility package containing functions for converting remote or local iCal files to xls and csv format and from csv format to iCal, a utilization of the iCalcreator class. - - - - - iCalcreator is a PHP class managing iCal (rfc2445/rfc5445) formatted files for non-calendar systems like CMS, project management systems and other applications able to process calendar information like agendas, tasks, reports, totos, journaling data and for communication with calendar systems and applications. - - - - - rsscalCreator is a PHP class that implements the rsscal (RDF) specification of iCal, RFC2445. tiCalFile is a PHP utility for creating iCal (RFC2445) event calendar TEST file(-s), a utilization of the iCalcreator class. tinycal is a small HTML calendar box, displaying calendar information from local and/or remote iCal (rfc2445/rfc5445) calendar files or even urls, ex. Google calendar, and utilizing iCalcreator. tinycal displays calendar information in a month, week, day, list or component view, only 220px in width (configurable), "calendar-in-a-box".
Source: README.txt, updated 2011-08-05

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