iCalendar [.ics file] Open Source Lib for LiveCode
brahma at hindu.org
Fri Aug 14 22:36:24 EDT 2015
Andre had some amazing libs for this
it was not iCal specific but broader "vObjectLib" he called it...
with that you could roll your own functions easily for iCal..
I use to use it a lot and plan to use it again in a future mobile app.
snippets from my old code
# Create a new entry
put tDate into tEntrydate
put GetvObjectPropertyValue(tEvent, "Summary") into tSummary
put GetvObjectPropertyValue(tEvent, "Description") into
put crunchDescription(tRawDescription) into tDescription
# date has not changed so we just pile up the events we want
put ", " & GetvObjectPropertyValue(tEvent, "Summary")
If anyone is interested I can ask him if I can release it...
it was really robust and pretty bug free...the stack script has over 250
vCard functions, including a lot of iCal stuff.
still works... .ics format has not changed much for years.
Swasti Astu, Be Well!
Kauai's Hindu Monastery
Scott Rossi wrote:
> Hi Todd:
> There have been projects involving ICS on the mail list before. Here's
> Scott Rossi
> Creative Director
> Tactile Media, UX/UI Design
> On 8/14/15, 10:45 AM, "Todd Fabacher"<tfabacher at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Over in the Create It with LiveCode Class we are working on the iCalendar
>> App for the iPad, and we have a request to create an open source project
>> read and write to the iCalendar universal calendar file format [.ics]. It
>> is used by several email and calendar programs, including Microsoft
>> Outlook, Google Calendar, and Apple iCalendar; enabling users to publish
>> and share calendar information on the Web and over email; often used for
>> sending meeting requests to other users, who can import the events into
>> their own calendars. Here are the specs:
>> If you are interested and/or if you are wish in getting involved please
>> me know on the forum topic:
>> Todd Fabacher
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