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asp.net Google Calendars v3 - Need help

Posted on 2014-11-20
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I designed a site that takes the events from a google calendar and displays it on their website.  This worked well until google made it mandatory to go with v3.  I am totally confused now.  I have been looking at quite a few sites to figure out how to implement this but there is no good examples out there.  Is it possible for someone to show me (via code) an asp.net/vb.net sample of displaying events from a google calendar v3?

I already registered the 'project' and got a client_id and secret.
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By the way, I have the calendar public so I just need to use a public api key.  Any help?
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ashokpumca earned 500 total points
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hi just go through the link below

http://forums.asp.net/t/1793243.aspx?google+calendar+Api+v3+asp+net+C+

Hope this helps

Regards,
Ashok
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