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Hi Developers,

Could you help by telling how to use google calender api if making our own website to use that google calendar as personalized calendar!!

will it always point to google server..can't we replace it with some other server to save our events n all ??
 
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Did you have a look at Google Calendar APIs and Tools?

And welcome to Javaranch!
 
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ya I have seen all these related links even have done a kind of exhaustive search..Please tell something more..if you can.
 
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Prashant Mathur wrote:ya I have seen all these related links even have done a kind of exhaustive search..Please tell something more..if you can.


What have you tried so far in implementing the APIs?

=Prashant Mathur wrote:
Could you help by telling how to use google calender api if making our own website to use that google calendar as personalized calendar!!


Yes you can. All the data is in the Google calendar though. Also you can may be import other calendars are well.

=Prashant Mathur wrote: will it always point to google server..can't we replace it with some other server to save our events n all ??


If you are using Google Calendar => your data will be associated to your Gmail ID and hence stored in Google servers. You can always save the data in your application database and may be use the gmail id as a key to fetch. But why would you want to do that? And what if you wanted to access the Google calendar data from your gmail? You cannot get the data stored in your application database for this.
 
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Mohamed Sanaulla wrote:
If you are using Google Calendar => your data will be associated to your Gmail ID and hence stored in Google servers. You can always save the data in your application database and may be use the gmail id as a key to fetch. But why would you want to do that? And what if you wanted to access the Google calendar data from your gmail? You cannot get the data stored in your application database for this.



What my problem is that I have to use services provided by google calender in my work, and also the better look n feel of that so in that regard I searched many links of google but still couldn't fine the exact solution to my problem.
n in my work to have a user id of gmail is not a compulsion some id of organization domain has to be used for logging into the LMS. So as the server has to be of that place itself thats why asking that could we replace google domain n server n use other things same as that to implement personalized google calender.
 
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Prashant Mathur wrote:
n in my work to have a user id of gmail is not a compulsion some id of organization domain has to be used for logging into the LMS. So as the server has to be of that place itself thats why asking that could we replace google domain n server n use other things same as that to implement personalized google calender.


May be you can have a look at: http://code.google.com/apis/calendar/gadgets/ This again depends on Google calendar. Google Calendar API is for extending Google calendar services.

I found a similar plugin in jQuery: http://arshaw.com/fullcalendar/ and again another related link: http://www.1stwebdesigner.com/freebies/jquery-calendar-plugins/
 
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Thanks. I hope it works.
 
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Mohamed Sanaulla wrote:
I found a similar plugin in jQuery: http://arshaw.com/fullcalendar/




I found a zip file over this link that was "fullcalendar-1.5.1.zip" but the issue is that this is a plugin only and I am not able to use it over as a whole on my page, though I searched over Google but could'nt get any proper info.
Please help.
 
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Please Tell ??
 
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Prashant Mathur wrote:Please Tell ??


I dont know much from that point. I havent implemented it my self. But did you have a look at the other links?
 
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