I created the open-web-calendar based on the dhtmlx scheduler.
If you have an ICAL link/ICS file online, using the open-web-calendar, you can embed the dhtmlx scheduler into your website.
I am sharing this so you can have a look at it. I believe it makes customization easier for many users.
If you like, you are also invited to contribute.
Maybe, you also like to give feedback.
Thank you for sharing the app with our shtmlxScheduler. It looks good! Hope that will be helpful for other users.
Here is an issue that might concern you, too: minor translation typo · Issue #59 · niccokunzmann/open-web-calendar · GitHub
Hello @niccokunzmann ,
Thank you for the info about the typo! We will check out the correctness of translation and add it to the future versions.
I moved the hosting of the calendar over to https://open-web-calendar.hosted.quelltext.eu.
Also, I added translations via Weblate.
New translations such as Welsh have been added, see open-web-calendar/translations at master · niccokunzmann/open-web-calendar · GitHub as an overview over the languages.
Then, a language can be downloaded like this: https://open-web-calendar.hosted.quelltext.eu/locale_cy.js
There are some considerations:
- I saw the new way of adding languages by adding a locale string. This is not how I do it at the moment until #204 is fixed.
- The locale string changed for some languages because they are not the ones used by the web browser. I think e.g. Chinese is not cn but zh_Hans - that to keep in mind and as feedback.
- The open-web-calendar only offers a read-only view for now as caldav is not implemented. Thus not everything is translated - especially not the strings that use the editor functionality.