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  Serve Your iCal Calendars Using WebDAV
Subject:   What about viewing w/o iCal?
Date:   2002-11-02 10:55:11
From:   anonymous2
Is there a way to view the iCal page I just published without using iCal? I thought there would have been a way to view these in a browser.


Also, if this is possible, is it also possible to update the contents without iCal?


Basically, I am looking for a way to update an iCal calendar via a web site remotely from my machine.

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  • What about viewing w/o iCal?
    2003-03-30 20:29:01  anonymous2 [View]

    Try php ical program. It's 'pretty'. Check out http://phpicalendar.sourceforge.net
    • What about viewing w/o iCal?
      2005-01-11 06:54:08  Maderlock [View]

      Everyone sends me to PHPiCalendar. However, they specifically do not edit events at all. There appears to be nothing that is filling this gap of a web-interfaced iCal-format calendar. Would people find such a product useful? Anyone got any free time to work on a little project with me?
      • What about viewing w/o iCal?
        2005-02-21 08:55:34  phoen1x [View]

        Hey Maderlock,

        I was searching for the same thing.

        Before you go off and write some code (or maybe you've already done it!) check out the following, in approximate order of increasing complexity:

        http://dev.neb.net/phpMyCal/
        http://www.k5n.us/webcalendar.php
        http://www.washington.edu/ucal/
        http://www.phpgroupware.org/

        If you're really adventurous, try the OSAF's beta Chandler release:
        http://www.osafoundation.org/

        Good luck!