JCal Client/Server - The Joomla! Calendar

JCal Client can be used alone as a personal calendar or in combination with JCal Server (coming soon) to display local and remote events simultaneously on multiple sites/domains managed by the Joomla! CMS.

JCal Client 1.6 Feature List:

  • Support for Joomla! 1.5.x (legacy mode) in addition to Joomla! 1.0.x;
  • Remote feed manager to control event feed subscriptions to JCal Server(s);
  • Robust recurring event support allowing events to recur on the "3rd Monday of the month" (for example);
  • Support for recurring event exceptions to exclude a recurring event from appearing on a given date;
  • Front-end and backend support for Joom!Fish translations;
  • Multi-calendar support for event creation as well as a calendar manager;
  • Event creator/owner, allowing for Community Builder plug-ins and effective use of the 'Author' user group;
  • Back-end event management including the publish and un-publish actions;
  • Native Joomla! permissions for categories and their associated events;
  • W3C valid XHTML (Transitional) and CSS;
  • Event search via the standard Joomla! search function (using a search ‘bot’);
  • Native cloak mail ‘bot’ to protect e-mail addresses from e-mail harvesters;
  • Support for multiple instances of the Latest Event and Mini-calendar modules;
  • Ability to specify a category or categories in the Latest Events display;
  • Flexible support for custom ItemIDs in the MiniCal and Latest Event Modules;
  • WYSIWYG event descriptions using the Joomla! editing ‘bot’ of your choice;
  • Administrative theme installation and management using the familiar Joomla! installer;
  • Event scheduling on a 'per-minute' basis (as opposed to 'per 15-minutes');
  • Newly designed and tabbed administrative back-end for easy component configuration;
  • Latest Events module for event listing; now works with recurring and all-day event;
  • Recognizes default Joomla! language settings and applies translation to the calendar if available;
  • Mini-calendar module for a small calendar to fit in a standard module position;
  • Administrative event approval with e-mail notification;
  • Back-end management/publishing of event categories;
  • Ranged, recurrent and all-day event support;
  • Multiple views for calendar including monthly, weekly, daily and category;
  • E-mail support for SMTP, PHP Mail, Sendmail and Qmail;
  • Highly customizable event display;