I have bragged about releasing early, but have not actually made something you could call a release. Until now.
I just released Kalua Version 0.1.0. Not much has changed, but at least it is something to measure the coming progress against. Also, it feels good to finally have a release version.
Instead of concentrating on what Kalua cannot do (yet), as I have done until now, let’s see what it can do:
- Add, edit and delete events/appointments in your browser, most of the time using a beautiful JS calendar widget (Adam Shaw’s FullCalendar)
- Simple recurrence of events.
- Manage different calendars and have events of each calendar displayed in different colors.
- Configure (two) different date/time formats and your local time zone.
- Import and display iCalendar data from the web (e.g. to display events from your Google Calendar).
A Big Thank You
A big Thank You goes out to Adam Shaw, for his wonderful Calendar widget, to @duckattack and @zeisss for early alpha testing and valuable feedback and to Rick DeNatale for saving me a lot of headaches.
Try It Out
Either way, feedback is appreciated. Please use the Issue Tracker at github to post bug reports and/or feature requests.