The online demo maintains a working version.
To add an event, click on a day in the month view, or select a time-span in the day or week view. Click on the new (empty) event to add content. Similarly, click on an existing event to modify its content. Use drag-and-drop to modify the start and end times of an event, or to to convert an event from full-day to time-based and conversely. You might also modify the start time (in HH:MM format) by typing the new time at the beginning of the event label; use HH:MM-HH:MM to change the start and end times.
To remove an event, click on the event and clear its content; the event will be deleted.
Events classes are created by using the
#name hash-tag syntax. Each event classes is mapped to attributes such as color.
To replicate your local (in-browser) calendar database, first create the destination database on your CouchDB server, then enter its URL in the
Remote CouchDB box at the bottom of the page. Two-way synchronization will start and will restart automatically when you access the page again.
Your CouchDB server needs to have CORS enabled. Look into the
test/couchdb.ini file on how to do that.
If you are using the
start-couchdb.sh script in the
test folder to start a per-user, local CouchDB instance, use
http://127.0.0.1:25984/calendar as the URL.
You will need Node.js; the build is otherwise self-contained (
npm will install the tools required).
git clone https://github.com/shimaore/pouchdb-calendar.git cd pouchdb-calendar && npm install
To test, run
To test with a local CouchDB database, install CouchDB then run
(cd test && ./start-couchdb.sh) &
The database will be created in