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Amazlendar Raining 7 Years, 4 Months ago  
Hi there.

I'm unsure if i've selected the proper forum for posting this rather "random" inquiry, but i'll give it a go anyway.

it occurs to me how amazingly well Rainlendar takes the data from my Google calendar, the .ics file, and does what it does with it-- that is, essentially gives me an all-day-long Desktop view of my own Life Events. it's awesome, really.

but the point here-- if rainlendar can do it-- then why couldn't i take that same info and aggregate it into a web site? you might read that as an Inquiry: is there a web component Rainlendar in the works? something that i could essentially "plug-in" to my server-side scripted web site (perhaps depending upon the scripting language)?

Rainlendar gives us such a practical viewpoint-- it would be great to be able to "include"-- not unlike the Yahoo My Web "badge", or perhaps-- like Magpie RSS (an RSS aggregation component which php developers are free to use to display his or her feed of choice).

I read of the API... is that what this is going to do?

i suppose it wouldn't have to be a Rainlendar-specific item, but i inquire here because i believe there's high wisdom of such design: if i want to display info from the Google .ics file on my own web site, how might i approach the project? do you know of an existing script floating around i might use? does Rainlendar have something of this description in mind?

thank you! and thanks for Rainlendar Lite!
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Re:Amazlendar Raining 7 Years, 4 Months ago  
There are no plans for a web component for Rainlendar but Google Calendar does have an API which can be used get its events to your webpage.

code.google.com/apis/calendar/overview.html

You can find few projects that use the API from here:

groups.google.com/group/google-calendar-help-dataapi/web/share-your-project
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Re:Amazlendar Raining 7 Years, 4 Months ago  
Rainy,

Thank you very much for the information. I knew i'd find an answer here!

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