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README.md

Open Web Calendar

Build Status Try it out

There are several commercial solutions which allow embedding of calendars into my website. I only have a link to an ICS file and want to show a nice-looking calendar on my site. Browser-only calendars usually have the problem that many ICS files can not be accessed (such as ownCloud/nextCloud in my case). I also want to be in control over who knows the people who visit the site and not pass everything to Google. This is a solution in my case which I share with the world. You are free to use it or deploy your own, modify or share it. It works offline and in company networks, too.

Features

  • Embedded calendar
  • Choice of time zone
  • ICS link, best multiple
  • month/week as a view
  • name, time of event, link?
  • showing the time span
  • styling of choice (icon, color, font, ...)

Deployment

You can deploy the app using Heroku. There is a free plan.

Deploy

Heroku uses gunicorn to run the server, see the Procfile.

Research

Hosts

Sources/Libs

Search Terms

calendar ics service, ics calendar to html, open source calendar view ical, python Ical, calendar viewer website for ics, open source calendar website, embed calendar into website

Software Components

Development

  1. Optional: Install virtualenv and Python3 and create a virtual environment.
    virtualenv -p python3 ENV
    source ENV/bin/activate
    
  2. Install the packages.
    pip install -r requirements.txt
    
  3. Start the app.
    python3 app.py
    

For the configuration of the app through environment variables, see the app.json file.

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