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WHAT IS THE CAKEPHP FULL CALENDAR PLUGIN?
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The CakePHP Full Calendar Plugin allows you to easily integrate
the jQuery based Full Calendar application with your CakePHP
application for a slick ajax event calendar.
The plugin brings the following MIT licensed software (see
LICENCE) together to create a simple and sleek experience:
-CakePHP (http://cakephp.org)
Required by this plugin
-Full Calendar (http://arshaw.com/fullcalendar)
The jQuery based Calendar
-jQuery (http://jquery.com)
Required by Full Calendar
-jQuery UI (http://jqueryui.com)
Required for draggable and resizable events
-qTip (http://craigsworks.com/projects/qtip)
A jQuery plugin for hover details
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WHY?
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While working on another project I needed a visual calendar for
event management for multiple users/accounts. From that project
I decided to simplify the calendar and turn it into a plugin
because there didn't appear to be a clean (easy to install and
use) CakePHP Calendar plugin out there.
In it's current form this plugin is for a single user though I
plan on creating a few associated plugins to allow for multiple
users, etc.
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THE INSTALLATION PROCESS
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NOTE: These instructions assume you already have a working copy
of CakePHP with a database connection on your web server.
You can read up on CakePHP installation and DB config here:
http://book.cakephp.org/#!/view/913/Development AND
http://book.cakephp.org/#!/view/922/Database-Configuration
INSTALLED IN 4 SIMPLE STEPS
1. Download or fork the CakePHP Full Calendar Plugin at:
https://github.com/silasmontgomery/CakePHP-Full-Calendar-Plugin
2. Create the folder "FullCalendar" in your "app/Plugin" directory
and copy the Config, Controller, Model, View, and webroot
folders into it.
3. Create an "events" and "event_types" table by importing the
"FullCalendar.sql" file found in the "FullCalendar/Config"
directory (Using PHPMyAdmin, command-line, etc).
4. In your Cake installation, edit "app/Config/bootstrap.php"
and add the line "CakePlugin::load('FullCalendar');" at the
bottom.
THAT'S IT!
You should now be able to access the Full Calendar Plugin at:
http://yoursite.com/full_calendar
You should add some Event Types first. Then you can start
scheduling some Events!
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