New Tool Allows Users To Create Web Based Calendars

Mike Yenco has released a new program for easily creating Web based calendars, iEvents. Designed to replace iCalendar, iEvents allows users to create calendars and upload them to any Web server or iDisk account. According to Mr. Yenco:

YENCO.COM is proud to announce the release of iEvents 1, a completely new application built from the ground up to replace iCalendar for Mac.

iEvents is a powerful client-side tool for quickly creating custom calendar websites that can then be easily uploaded to any internet server or iDisk. It is ideal for individuals, schools, user groups, or any organization that wants to share their calendar of events online. iEvents is compatible with Mac OS 9 and the Mac OS X Classic Environment.

Key features:

  • Generates single or multiple month calendar websites.
  • Date & Time control panel aware.
  • Multi-function controls palette.
  • WYSIWYG Preview and edit in a single window.
  • Style documents to change calendar appearance.
  • Software update feature for registered users.
  • Context-aware help system using Apple Help Viewer.
  • External preference storage.

iEvents is available for US$20. You can find more information at Mr. Yencois Web site.