webcalng is a Web-based calendaring application for your Intranet or Internet site. You can use webcalng to publish calendars of events, manage group scheduling for your company, or just keep track of important dates in your personal life.
|Tags||Internet Web Office/Business Scheduling|
|Operating Systems||Windows Unix Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This release introduces fixes for problems where Microsoft SQL code was broken, the week number was not being calculated correctly, and the transaction logging was not adhering to preference settings. The database name can now be set at install time for MSSQL. The French language file was updated. An error in install.pl when installing with an Oracle database was fixed.
Release Notes: This version adds functionality to stop items from being imported to another calendar. You can now specify the color of each item added. There were other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Bugfixes for the viewing of meeting invites and Dutch and Italian language support.
Release Notes: This release includes a number of major feature enhancements, including a plugin for integration with Squirrelmail, support for webcalngsync 2.0 (the new Palm Pilot synchronization client for webcalng), support for an optional global address book support, improved address book features, improved navigation for WAP devices, a function that outputs a mini month calendar for other apps to use in order to integrate with webcalng, Norwegian language support, French language support. More minor feature enhancements and minor bugfixes are also included.
Release Notes: German, Swedish, and Danish language support and a new BigBorders theme were added. Changing end date automatically selects the "On Date" radiobutton. The end date for repeating items defaults to the day item being added on. Links to go to next/prev month in month_box are included in day view. You can click on an hour in day view to go to an additem form with that hour seleted. The header template looks better, and the email template includes notes, hyperlink, and day of the week.