Solgema.fullcalendar is a complete implementation of Adam Shaw Fullcalendar into Plone.
This calendar allows you to display events type objects in a powerful and fast ajax agenda. You will be also able to add, edit and more generally manage your events throught the Calendar with a strong AJAX framework.
The calendar is a view you can choose on a Collection, on a Folder or on an Event. The view is named solgemafullcalendar_view. After that, a new object action permits you to set up the basics parameters for the calendar.
On a Collection, the calendar displays the events that are searched by the Collection and it's criteria.
On a Folder, the calendar displays the events that are contained in the Folder itself or in the sub-folders if they are selected in the calendar properties.
In addition to the calendar, there is a small query form you can display in the bottom of the calendar to choose which event you want to display. The fields in this query form are taken from the Collection criterions or from the subfolders of the Folder.
As a developer, you can add event sources to the default one. You just have to define named IEventSource adapters which provides each a list of dictionaries needed by fullcalendar.js API. You can also replace the default event source providing an unnamed IEventSource adapter for your specific context or layer.
Add this line in the eggs section of your buildout.cfg:
eggs= ... collective.js.jqueryui<1.8
You will also have to pin the versions for plone.app.z3cform:
[versions] z3c.form = 1.9.0 zope.i18n = 3.4.0 zope.testing = 3.4.0 zope.component = 3.4.0 zope.securitypolicy = 3.4.0 zope.app.zcmlfiles = 3.4.3 plone.app.z3cform = 0.4.6 collective.js.jqueryui = 18.104.22.168
You can easily customize the calendar skin:
Go to http://jqueryui.com and click on the Themes tab. There you can create or choose an existing theme. After that, download it to your computer by selecting only: All UI Core, all UI Interactions and Dialog in UI Widgets. Unzip and copy the css file and all images in your portal_skins/custom folder.
You can also try collective.jqueryuithememanager
Source code is under GNU General Public Licence (GPL, see docs/LICENSE.txt). It is located at the collective git repository at github and contributions are welcome.