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Can we show/open iPhone Calendar app in our application?

Posted on 2011-09-02
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In my application i need to show the iPhone Calendar (as like the Web View). But i couldnt find any details about that.
Can you please help me on this.
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by:SpeedyApocalypse
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There is no built in calendar view available for the iPhone SDK.  However, there are open source solutions such as Kal or G-Cal.
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by:CGVAK
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Does the Kal or G-Cal will communicate with the iPhone Calendar? So, this will solve the problem?
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There is no API to get to the calendar data using the iOS SDK.  Sadly, this isn't announced for 5.0 either - so you are out of luck.  I believe that the two options above use their own database for storing calendar data.
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by:CGVAK
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As there were no solution iOS, we cannot do this functionality.
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