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google-calendar-electron - An Electron app for Google Calendar
This is an electron app wrapping https://calendar.google.com. It provides nothing on top of Google Calendar other than putting it in an independent window. Check out the 1.0.1 Release to download a DMG containing a pre-built app.
Application to Sync Calendar Events from Lotus Notes Calendar to Google Calendar. Written in c# and designed to require no setup. Simple Command Line app. Now sync your iPhone or Blackberry with Google Calendar.
Spatie is a webdesign agency based in Antwerp, Belgium. You'll find an overview of all our open source projects on our website. The first thing you’ll need to do is to get some credentials to use Google API’s. I’m assuming that you’ve already created a Google account and are signed in. Head over to Google API console and click "Select a project" in the header.
This application synchronizes Lotus Notes Calendar entries with Google Calendar. GCal supports syncing with both iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod) and Android devices, so you can now view your Lotus Notes calendar on your mobile device. GCal also allows you to view the calendar using any ical/rss/html compatible viewer. Currently the sync is only one direction: pushing Lotus Notes entries to GCal. All entries manually created in GCal will be ignored (and not copied down to Lotus Notes).
This library replicates the basic features of the Calendar and Agenda views from the Sunrise Calendar (now Outlook) app, coupled with some small design touch from the Google Calendar app. Declare this view in your layout like below, providing your own theme and colors if you want.
gcalcli is a Python application that allows you to access your Google Calendar(s) from a command line. It's easy to get your agenda, search for events, add new events, delete events, edit events, and even import those annoying ICS/vCal invites from Microsoft Exchange and/or other sources. Additionally, gcalcli can be used as a reminder service and execute any application you want when an event is coming up. gcalcli uses the Google Calendar API version 3.
CompactCalendarView is a simple calendar view which provides scrolling between months. It's based on Java's Date and Calendar classes. It provides a simple api to query for dates and listeners for specific events. For example, when the calendar has scrolled to a new month or a day has been selected. Still under active development. Please raise an issue of the requirement so that a discussion can take before any code is written, even if you intend to raise a pull request. Please see setup for testing.
This is a one-way sync program that will sync your Lotus Notes Calendar to your Google Calendar. No installation is required. Includes many options such as automatic syncing at specified intervals. Requires .NET Framework 2.0 to be installed. *Update (Feb. 23, 2012): Unfortunately for current users and future downloaders, but quite fortunate for myself, my company has migrated from Lotus Notes to Exchange (they finally saw the light). As such, I no longer have a Lotus Notes environment to
This was written as a successsor to google-music-webkit. When upgrading between versions of nw.js, there were regressions with taskbar and shortcut bindings. We wrote this as an alternative. When the application has launched, it will appear in your taskbar and via a tray icon, .
The vision: Islamic Prayer Calculator Calendar plugin program. This will provide a framework for calendar events, tasks relative to prayer times and then expose these times to common calendar tools, such as Outlook and Google calender
GCALDaemon is a Java program that offers two-way synchronization between Google Calendar and various iCalendar (RFC 2445) compatible calendar applications (Sunbird, Rainlendar, Apple iCal, Lightning, Evolution, KDE Kontact, Vista Calendar, etc).