DateLook is a free electronic date book that features alarms, the ability to handle cyclic events, supports printing, and is fully mouse-driven. It has an import/export-function and is able to synchronise its local database with a database in the net (format: vCalendar V1.0). The synchronisation can use FTP or any net file system. Therefore, it is suitable for multi-user-operation. DateLook provides an unconventional graphical user interface. It is written in Java and
requires a Java runtime environment 1.4.0 or later
What's new in DateLook
Deleted events are stored in the database for synchronisation. This means if a instance of DateLook deleted a certain event, then during synchronisation this event will be deleted from all other instances of DateLook too.
Generic Collections introduced. Therefore Java 1.5 or later is required.
New interface/classes RInterface, RTextField, RPasswordField, RProgressbar introduced.