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Links 1 through 10 of 41 by Libin Pan tagged calendar

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Tungle is a FREE, effective and simple
meeting coordinator.

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Plans lets you put calendars on the web.

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MooMonth is a full calendar application written in javascript. Heavily configurable and customizable. It features smooth transitions between different views. Still in alpha stages, it will be several weeks before ready to be tested in production.

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The days of forcing time-zone support into your Rails apps with not one, but two plugins are over. It would appear that Rails now has its own way of dealing with timezones via a custom implementation (though it’s still based on the tzinfo gem).

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The Datetime Toolbocks is a pure JavaScript library using DHTML and advanced date parsing to generate the date based on the grammar passed. The purpose is to simplify the date entering process using common terms we are all familiar with.

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If you use Google Calendar, you'll probably know that you can add a location for every calendar event; you may even know that you can then click through to that location on a Google map

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