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Simple-Calendar - A simple calendar with events, customizable widget and no ads.


A simple calendar with events and a customizable widget.An offline calendar without any other calendar integration. You can easily create recurring events and setup reminders, it can also display week numbers.

rrule - JavaScript library for working with recurrence rules for calendar dates.


Library for working with recurrence rules for calendar dates.rrule.js supports recurrence rules as defined in the iCalendar RFC, with a few important differences. It is a partial port of the rrule module from the excellent python-dateutil library. On top of that, it supports parsing and serialization of recurrence rules from and to natural language.

pickadate


The mobile-friendly, responsive, and lightweight jQuery date & time input picker.I am looking for project maintainers to keep pickadate up to date and bug-free. As it stands, there are quite a few issues are that ready to be resolved and merged, but I would like help from someone in championing it forward.




rome - :calendar: Customizable date (and time) picker. Opt-in UI, no jQuery!


Rome wasn't built in a day. Browser support includes every sane browser and IE7+.You can see a live demo here.

simple_calendar - A wonderfully simple calendar gem for Rails


Simple Calendar is designed to do one thing really really well: render a calendar. It lets you render a calendar of any size. Maybe you want a day view, a 4 day agenda, a week view, a month view, or a 6 week calendar. You can do all of that with the new gem, just give it a range of dates to render.It doesn't depend on any ORM so you're free to use it with ActiveRecord, Mongoid, any other ORM, or pure Ruby objects.

Chronology - Building a better date/time library for Swift


Chronology is an attempt to build a better date and time API for Swift on top of the constructs provided by Foundation. Foundation.framework has one of the absolute best and most capable APIs available to any developer on any platform. However, it comes with a heavy price in the form of cognitive load. Too many developers do too many incorrect things. Over the years, Foundation has gained more and more convenience methods via the Calendar type, but fundamental issues remain.

timex - A complete date/time library for Elixir projects.


Timex is a rich, comprehensive Date/Time library for Elixir projects, with full timezone support via the :tzdata package. If you need to manipulate dates, times, datetimes, timestamps, etc., then Timex is for you! It is very easy to use Timex types in place of default Erlang types, as well as Ecto types via the timex_ecto package. The complete documentation for Timex is located here.


react-big-calendar - gcal/outlook like calendar component


An events calendar component built for React and made for modern browsers (read: IE10+) and uses flexbox over the classic tables-ception approach. Inspired by Full Calendar.

DuckieTV - A web application built with AngularJS to track your favorite tv-shows with semi-automagic torrent integration


DuckieTV is an application that takes care of TV-Show addicts by providing a personalized TV-Show calendar. DuckieTV makes sure the information is always up-to-date and gives you an integrated blocking-resistant torrent search to help you get to the right download as easy as possible. With the integrated DuckieTorrent client you can connect DuckieTV to your local Torrent client and be updated on the download progress without switching applications. Support is available for clients of µTorrent/BitTorrent, Aria2, BiglyBT, Deluge, Ktorrent, qBittorrent, rTorrent, Tixati, Transmission and Vuze.

calendar.vim - A calendar application for Vim


Press E key to view the event list, and T key to view the task list. Also, press ? key to view a quick help.

moment


Date library for parsing, manipulating and formatting dates w/ i18n. PHP 5.3 or later since moment.php is based on php's DateTime Class.

CLNDR - :calendar: a jQuery calendar plugin that uses HTML templates


CLNDR is a jQuery calendar plugin. It was created -- you've heard this before -- out of frustration with the lack of truly dynamic front-end calendar plugins out there. Returning to grab a new version? Have a look at the CHANGELOG.md file.

Joda Time - Java Date and Time API


Joda-Time provides a quality replacement for the Java date and time classes. The standard date and time classes prior to Java SE 8 are poor. By tackling this problem head-on, Joda-Time has become the de facto standard date and time library for Java. The design allows for multiple calendar systems, while still providing a simple API. The 'default' calendar is the ISO8601 standard which is used by XML. The Gregorian, Julian, Buddhist, Coptic, Ethiopic and Islamic systems are also included.

jQuery Detect TimeZone Plugin


This jQuery plugin leverages Jon Nylander's jstimezonedetect (based on work by Josh Fraser). It could able to set the current timezone value by calling .val on the selector. This generally assumes the selector is an input (text or hidden). It is also retrieves current browser timezone.

MBCalendarKit - An open source calendar framework for iOS, with support for customization, IBDesignable, Autolayout, and more


MBCalendarKit is a calendar control written in Objective-C with modern best practices and Swift interoperability in mind. It offers a flexible calendar control, with support for displaying any calendar system supported by NSCalendar. It also includes an API to customize the calendar cells. It also ships with a prebuilt view controller, inspired by the original iOS calendar.