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    Perl Archive : Calendars : Page 3
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      Remotely Hosted@ (7)
    Calendars allow you to either present a calendar of events on your site or allows your visitors to post events on your site.
      Date and Time@ (30)
    Various date and time functions.
     
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      EZ2Read Schedule   

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     Price: $5.00

    This scheduling program differs from other schedulers and calendars in its simplicity. It is a simple table with each row representing an event in the schedule. Admins have up to 4 columns in which to display information for each event. Great as a band schedule, meeting schedule, calendar of events, club schedule, and anyplace else an easy to read schedule is required

     (Added: Fri Jan 03 2003 Hits: 324 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      FrameCal   

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     Price: Free

    FrameCal allows you to maintain multiple calendars using one perl script. Access restrictions can be implemented, and a multitude of formatting options are available to customize the look of the calendar to your individual sites.

     (Added: Sun Jun 27 1999 Hits: 1688 Rating: 8.33 Votes: 3)

      Group Schedule   

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     Price: Free

    Do you have a group of people you need to organize meetings with? Well this CGI will calculate when the best times are for your entire group to get together. This is done by every member submitting the hours of each day of the week they are generally available at, then the CGI prints out a schedule that tells you at exactly what times everyone is available at.

     (Added: Tue Nov 14 2000 Hits: 1296 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      HTMLCAL   

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     Price: 20.00

    HTMLCAL is a Web calendar maker and editor that lets you maintain a group calendar for your Web site or intranet. This software will let you maintain live calendars on your site that anyone can view or update from any Web browser.

     (Added: Thu Jul 29 1999 Hits: 1015 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      HyperCal Professional Edition   

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     Price: 300.00

    HyperCal Pro looks a lot like HyperCal. However, under the covers, things are being done rather differently. Data is stored in a real database, rather than in a text file. This gives you faster data access, and increased data reliability.

     (Added: Sun Jul 11 1999 Hits: 501 Rating: 1.00 Votes: 1)

      Lozinski's Calendar   

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     Price: 50.00

    Here are just some of the exciting functionality: *Add, Edit, and Delete events to multiple days and calendars in one click! *Automatically send email to people who should be notified of an event that's added/modified/deleted! *View the details for any date in a separate pop-up window! *Comprehensive HTML documentation! *Fully compliant HTML output! *View only those events containing a keyword you specify or entered by a particular user! *FREE UPGRADES!!!

     (Added: Sun Jun 03 2001 Hits: 881 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1)

      mod_perl Calendar System   

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    A very fast, scalable, and flexible package that allows you to integrate a calendar seemlessly into your site. The designer keeps full control over the layout and appearance.

     (Added: Sat Oct 30 1999 Hits: 2290 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      Online Event Calendar   

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     Price: 59

    csCalendar is a Web-based calendar program to help you keep track of your company events, meetings, appointments, birthdays, etc. The application is written to allow the least experienced users to manage calendars with ease. New Features Recurring Events: Now you can add items that occur more than one time. Multiple Day Events Spanning: Now you can add events that span multiple days. User Interface: Totally revamped user interface. Much easier to use. Custom Fields: Create your own set of calendar fields.

     (Added: Wed Jan 15 2003 Hits: 330 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      PerlCal   

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     Price: 125.00

    PerlCal is a Web calendar/scheduler-server managed by CGI scripts.

     (Added: Wed Jun 30 1999 Hits: 628 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      Prospector   

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    Prospector is a online calendaring program that is similar to those found at netscape and yahoo. It has been written to run under mod_perl and use an SQL database using DBD/DBI.

     (Added: Mon Oct 25 1999 Hits: 998 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

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