Alkacon OAMP Calendar module available

June 18, 2008

Alkacon Software - The OpenCms Experts

The next open source module in the Alkacon OpenCms Add-On Module Package (OAMP) series is now available.

The OAMP Calendar Module, which is available now for download from alkacon.com, extends an OpenCms installation with the capability to display a calendar widget with a monthly and weekly overview for events and other time based information. The items displayed in the calendar are based on VFS file properties, and therefore can be any type of XML content.

The Alkacon OAMP Calendar Module features:

  • Daily, weekly, monthly and yearly overviews can be shown.
  • Easy configuration of resource types that should be displayed in the calendar views.
  • Support for recurring serial dates / appointments appearing more than once in the calendar.
  • Local holidays like New Year's Day or Christmas can be configured.
  • Different JSP side elements to be included in an existing template showing a monthly overview or the most recent events.

The module is available with full source code and documentation.

All Alkacon OAMP modules are released as full Open Source under the GNU GPL version 3. The source code of the modules is freely available in the public CVS of cvs.opencms.org.

Go to the Alkacon OAMP download page

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