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Does anybody know how I can get a hold of a good coldfusion event Calendar application?

or

Any suggestions on an event calendar?

Thanks.

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Question by:Isaac
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by:elmoredaniel
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Are you looking for a free app? Are you willing to pay for one? Does it need to be open source? Have you searched the coldfusion developers exchange on Macromedia's site?
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by:tpiazza
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what do you need it to do?
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by:kkhipple
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have u tried a google search
http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&q=coldfusion+event+calendar

iIf you dont mind paying, try thos:
http://www.donnafontenot.com/products.cfm


Or if you'd like to build your own.  First start off with a calendar using the following two snippets:

http://tutorial180.easycfm.com/
http://tutorial68.easycfm.com/

and then work your way up...

but like everyone says, we can only help, if you tell us what you're exactly looking for.
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by:Isaac
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Just want a calendar that I can include my own dates of events for each month.
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kkhipple earned 100 total points
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I am building my own also at work.

And used these
http://tutorial180.easycfm.com/
http://tutorial68.easycfm.com/

to start off.

From their you can build a db backend or have it read a file....  but rmbr, u have to do some work..

if u want a complete product.. i have found a few..but rather build my own...with a kickstart
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jsut download cfcalendar from cold fusion exchange
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