PHP iCalendar
PHP iCalendar
2.4 rc7

3.7

PHP iCalendar free download for Mac

PHP iCalendar

2.4 rc7
15 June 2010

PHP iCal file parser/generator.

Overview

PHP iCalendar is a php-based iCal file parser and generator. Its based on v2.0 of the IETF spec. It displays iCal files in a nice logical, clean manner with day, week, and month navigation.

What's new in PHP iCalendar

Version 2.4 rc7: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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Aname
14 February 2006

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The following is not intended to be interpreted any direct criticism to the developers of PHP iCalendar, but rather, it's my personal story and general reflections after a series of failed attempts using it. PHP iCalendar is probably fabulous, but oh so complex to set up. I would consider myself being fairly computer literate, but I was surprised to see that this was apparently way beyond me. I tried and then I tried again to get this workig, but eventually I decided to give it all up. Now, I'm definitely not disappointed in the developers who made this great PHP-based calendar sharing system. Not at all. I gather it's terrific, if only you're smart enough to make it work for you. But. I CURSE Apple for not allowing their customers to share their calendars for free (sharing, as in publishingsubscribing, i.e. synchronizing), and how they are greedy enough to charge them for a wicked amount of hard earned cash in order to do it... It's insane. Especially when there are lots of other free alternatives to .Mac, many of which you'll get more storage space than in a .Mac account (correct me if I'm wrong), for example gmail. After having struggled with PHP iCalendar, without eventually being able to enjoy its potential, I'm now left with a very bitter feeling. This is humiliating... All I wanted was to share my calendar (in an automatic fashion) with the computer next to mine... And I think that it goes without saying, that I certainly do *not* want to pay for something that should be an integral part of Apple's iCal application. Finally, I'm sorry for being a sour kraut, but I couldn't help expressing my frustration about this. As a hint (and a request) to the developers of PHP iCalendar, may I suggest that you consider making an accompanying GUI for us who are not too familiar with editing scripts, setting file permissions, PHP, etc.? Thanks for the word. Take care.
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Version 2.21
Hervé-5
10 April 2006
An *excellent* application that I have now been using for one year, happy to see it regularly evolves :-)
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Version 2.22
Aname
14 February 2006
The following is not intended to be interpreted any direct criticism to the developers of PHP iCalendar, but rather, it's my personal story and general reflections after a series of failed attempts using it. PHP iCalendar is probably fabulous, but oh so complex to set up. I would consider myself being fairly computer literate, but I was surprised to see that this was apparently way beyond me. I tried and then I tried again to get this workig, but eventually I decided to give it all up. Now, I'm definitely not disappointed in the developers who made this great PHP-based calendar sharing system. Not at all. I gather it's terrific, if only you're smart enough to make it work for you. But. I CURSE Apple for not allowing their customers to share their calendars for free (sharing, as in publishingsubscribing, i.e. synchronizing), and how they are greedy enough to charge them for a wicked amount of hard earned cash in order to do it... It's insane. Especially when there are lots of other free alternatives to .Mac, many of which you'll get more storage space than in a .Mac account (correct me if I'm wrong), for example gmail. After having struggled with PHP iCalendar, without eventually being able to enjoy its potential, I'm now left with a very bitter feeling. This is humiliating... All I wanted was to share my calendar (in an automatic fashion) with the computer next to mine... And I think that it goes without saying, that I certainly do *not* want to pay for something that should be an integral part of Apple's iCal application. Finally, I'm sorry for being a sour kraut, but I couldn't help expressing my frustration about this. As a hint (and a request) to the developers of PHP iCalendar, may I suggest that you consider making an accompanying GUI for us who are not too familiar with editing scripts, setting file permissions, PHP, etc.? Thanks for the word. Take care.
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Version 2.21
3 answer(s)
Lylehm
Lylehm
23 March 2006
Have you tried CalTalk? http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/19100 It's donationware, so keep the developer in mind if it works for you.
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Version 2.21
Crow
Crow
07 July 2006
Have you tried icalshare? (http://www.icalshare.com/)
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Version 2.22
Shaun-Rowe
Shaun-Rowe
28 November 2007
also try BusySync
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Version 2.24
Warmlogic
17 January 2006
So what's new in this version? Can't find any kind of a change log on their website.
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Version 2.2
Anonymous
24 July 2005
is anyone else having problems with Tiger (10.4) and PHP iCalendar?
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Version 2.0b
1 answer(s)
schmelding
schmelding
17 January 2006
Could you be more specific? What kind of trouble? (I've had no trouble with Tiger client or server and running PHP iCalendar.)
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Version 2.2
Ron
25 February 2005
Version 2b is much faster than 1.1, but I can't use it because the search function doesn't work:( I noticed the website is down, and there doesn't seem to be a forum. The last update was in October 2004.
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Version 2.0b
Rob
02 February 2005
Is it just me, or does the "search" option not work? i enable it & just get {SEARCH_BOX} in the side bar. Also had a problem with the rss index.php not writing the .js file correctly - i maged to fix this one. Apart from that, *very* happy with it.
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Version 2.0b
Anonymous
20 January 2005
Sourceforge site is active as is the developer mailing list, the project is not abandoned.
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Version 2.0b
Anonymous
25 December 2004
Seems that development of this very promising software has stopped. Apple?? Are you responsible for this?
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Version 2.0b
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
29 December 2004
Development has _not_ stopped. The project's homepage was hacked (due to the recent problems w/ PHP), and the lead developer has taken the page down for now. Check out the SourceForge project page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpicalendar/ -and- http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_id=6124833&forum_id=12293
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Version 2.0b
Anonymous
04 October 2004
wanted to find out more but teh god dang diggity web sight thingy down gol dern it
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Version 2.0b
Anonymous
15 July 2004
great great great calendar!!!! i can't believe it!
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Version 1.1