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This is a ColdFusion-based calendar that is based upon a Custom Tag and CFCs

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RIAForge does not allow multiple people to work on the same project. As such I have had to move the SVN repo to Google Code. Please make note of this. Also, during the migration I had no access to be able to make a dump of my repo on RIAForge or load the old repo onto Google Code. As such, previous SVN history has not been carried over.

RC5 is released and should be a stable build, with all reported bugs address.

Kalendar is a CF-based calendar that is based upon a Custom Tag and CFCs. The Kalendar should be used as a framework for your own event-driven applications, but can be used as is with Little to no changes. All styling is done via the CSS stylesheet.

Kalendar offers an RSS feed so your users can keep track of events via their RSS Aggregator.

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Fixed some bugs.

KalendarTech Specs

Version
1.0 RC 5
Date
01.13.10
License
Free to try
Language
English
File Size
465KB
Developer
Category
SubCategory
Operating Systems
Windows ,Mac OS
System Requirements
No additional system requirements.

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