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Calendar products for Plone

by chervol last modified 2010-04-21
category: Plone products
List of the ready for use Calendar products for Plone.

Calendaring solution products for Plone are listed in this section. The following products allows easy and smooth management of events on your Plone website. They offer different views for your calendars such as standard month, week-by-day, week-by-hour, and day views, as well as other calendar handling features.

See tools for handling calendars on Plone website on Calendar Products for Plone page, listed according to their rating from high to low.

Plone product Solgema.fullcalendar (2.0) last release: 2011/11/10 05:25:00 US/Eastern, review updated: 2011-11-15 11:32:11
Solgema Fullcalendar is a complete Agenda for Plone based on Adam Shaw's javascript Fullcalendar. This is more than a simple calendar view: you can create and edit your events directly from the calendar.
Plone product collective.portlet.calendar (0.6) by Simples Consultoria, last release: 2011/05/19 07:40:00 GMT-4, review updated: 2011-05-23 10:28:05
Extended Calendar Portlet: A configurable implementation of a Calendar Portlet for Plone.
Plone product zettwerk.fullcalendar (0.2.1) last release: 2011/05/17 07:25:00 GMT-4, review updated: 2011-05-18 04:15:41
Adding jquery.fullcalendar to plone 4
Plone product ftw.calendar (1.12) by 4teamwork, last release: 2011/02/14, review updated: 2011-02-17 02:19:05
Calendar view based on fullcalendar
Plone product PloneBooking (2.2.3) by Ingeniweb, last release: 2010/04/27, review updated: 2010-04-30 05:18:08
This product is used to manage resource's bookings.
Plone product CalendarX (0.9.6) last release: 2009/12/07 17:00:00 US/Eastern, review updated: 2009-12-07 04:10:53
CalendarX displays Plone events in calendar views. It allows calendars that are restricted to certain types of events, or groups of users, and for busy calendars you can select to display only one or two categories (subjects) of events at a time. Standard Month, Week-by-day, Week-by-hour, and Day views available. Can also be modified for use as a resource-scheduling calendar.
Plone product Plone4ArtistsCalendar (2.0) by ServerZen, Jazkarta, last release: 2009/07/06 17:00:00 GMT-4, review updated: 2009-07-06 04:15:15
Turn any normal Plone folder or Smart Folder into a calendar. The calendar provides a default month, event list and event archive views. It also color codes the events according to their event type.
Plone product collective.eventinviter (0.1) last release: 2009/05/27 05:30:00 GMT-4, review updated: 2009-05-28 05:43:49
Plone add-on package that allows the user to send email invitations to event attendees.
Plone product Popup Calendar Widget (1.0.5) by Six Feet Up, last release: 2009/04/20 10:50:00 GMT-4, review updated: 2009-04-22 10:56:50
The PopupCalendarWidget is meant to replace the default calendar widget with an input field and a javascript popup calendar based on the DHTML Calendar that is included with Plone.
Plone product DateRecurringIndex (1.0) last release: 2009/04/16 09:00:00 GMT-4, review updated: 2009-04-16 09:04:24
Zope2 index for recurring events. Replacement for old DateIndex.
Plone product collective.z3cform.datepicker (0.1) last release: 2009/02/28 06:05:00 US/Eastern, review updated: 2009-03-02 06:12:49
calendar widget for z3c.form
Plone product Calendaring (0.4) by Enfold Systems, last release: 2008/02/14 17:00:00 US/Eastern, review updated: 2009-02-17 08:03:26
Calendaring is a simple calendar implementation for CMF/Plone. Have you ever wanted to create a specific view of your Calendar? Say all of your appointments over the next 3 weeks not including weekends? Typically calendaring implementations make this painful -- this product's intent was to make it as simple as possible. Has been used in many production environments. iCal (OSX Calendaring Application) works really well with Calendaring. Outlook works well but requires extra steps from the end user perspective.
Plone product PloneiCalendar (1.5) by Ingeniweb, last release: 2006/04/18 17:00:00 GMT-4, review updated: 2009-02-17 08:03:42
PloneiCalendar allows you to store, share, and browse your calendars in your Plone site. Furthermore, you can edit them in your favourite editor.
Plone product Event Registration (0.6) last release: 2006/06/08 17:00:00 GMT-4, review updated: 2009-02-13 09:45:38
Event Registration is a Archetypes-based replacement for the default Event type. Users can register to participate in the event, and site staff can see a list who has registered.
Plone product MultiEvent (0.9) last release: 2008/07/08 17:00:00 GMT-4, review updated: 2009-02-10 10:14:05
MultiEvent allows to manage similar events that take place in multiple dates and locations using one content type.
Plone product RecurringEvent (0.14) last release: 2006/03/29 20:35:00 US/Eastern, review updated: 2009-02-10 10:14:23
RecurringEvent is a product which delivers new type of event - the recurring event with attendees' list and iCal/vCal infos.
Plone product Dateable (1.0) last release: 2008/03/07 17:00:00 US/Eastern, review updated: 2009-01-16 07:50:05
A bundle bringing together the disparate pieces of a complete calendaring solution. An attempt to get everyone on the same page for Plone Calendaring.
Plone product DateRangeInRangeIndex (1.0) by Blue Dynamics, last release: 2009/01/05 17:00:00 US/Eastern, review updated: 2009-01-15 10:51:41
You want to find all objects with some date range (two dates) - such as an event start and end - inside the date range of a query-start and query-end?
Plone product zopyx.multieventcalendar (0.1) by ZOPYX, last release: 2008/06/25 17:00:00 GMT-4, review updated: 2009-01-13 03:45:55
A multi-event calendar for Plone 3.X
Plone product collective.timedevents (0.1.1) last release: 2008/11/05, review updated: 2008-11-05 11:49:17
collective.timedevents fires clock based Zope 3 events. They can make Zope application react to timers. This is useful for creating services where something must happen regurlarly or after a certain period has expired.
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