Java Calendar Tutorial Software

  • The Java Calendar Tools project will contain open source components for use in Calendar applications. The focus will be on providing tools that are in compliance with existing standards like iCal (RFC. ...

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    • Windows; Mac; Linux
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  • Jqtc stands for java QT Calendar. As the name implicates a calendar application written in Java using the QT Jambi library to create the gui.

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    • Windows
  • Application for managing calendars. The main focus is a print function for printing month oder weekly overviews that can be pinned on a wall etc. Many sources of terms will be available, for example Google Calendar (already tested!), iCalendar or other f. ...

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    • Windows
  • this portal will have all the java based tutorial. and problem solving methods.. ect which help developing any java/j2ee project... we can upload new tutorial and download....

    • java help center
    • chandru
    • Freeware (Free)
    • Windows
  • Java calendar widget for html. Displays an advanced calendar for the user to pick a date, and allows for that date to be sent back to the server via submitted. ...

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    • Windows; Mac; Linux
  • MoonPlanner is a Java calendar that allow to view moon's phases, moon's signs (constellations in which the moon is), and show the part of the plant corresponding to each sign (flower, fruit, leaf or root). For every calendar's day the user ...

    • MoonPlanner_1.0.7_cocoa-maco sx-x86_64_(untested).zip
    • Marco LC
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 3.99 Mb
    • Windows; Mac; Linux
  • Java Date Picker is a suite of date components for Swing, highly appreciated by Java developers for its richness of features, configurability and well crafted API. It contains an editable date picker, a date/time field, a multiple month calendar.

    • Commercial ($119.00)
    • 1.42 Mb
    • Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, WinXP, Unix, Linux, OpenVMS
  • JComponentPack is a Java Swing GUI library, a visual JavaBeans collection, it's based on the Swing MVC architecture and 100% pure Java, it includes more than 20 components that Swing haven't, such as excel style Java spreadsheet component, database. ...

    • Shareware ($399.00)
    • 25.72 Mb
    • Java, Linux, Mac OS X, Unix, Win98, WinXP
  • The k5n Desktop Calendar (k5nCal, for short) is a Java-based calendar application for your desktop. It shares features with applications like Apple iCal and Microsoft Outlook, but it's open source (free) and cross-platform (Mac, Linux, Windows).The application is built upon Java Calendar Tools (also developed by k5n.

    • k5nCal-src-0.9.7.zip
    • cknudsen
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 1024 Kb
    • Win All
  • SmartCalendar is a purely Java-based library of graphical calendar beans, including calculagraph and calendar SmartCalendar is a purely Java-based library of graphical calendar beans, including calculagraph and calendar tools..

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    • Windows; Mac; Linux
  • JCalendarButton is a simple java swing component that displays a popup calendar when a user clicks the calendar icon next to a date. It works automatically for any country's calendar. Also includes a time popup. Maven and OSGi ready.

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    • Windows
  • The Java Swing Calendar Panel is a calendar component for your java swing applications. Maven and OSGi ready. A calendar interface similar to google calendar, but in java.

    • jbundle-thin-base-screen-cal endar-core-0.7.2.jar
    • jbundle.org
    • Freeware (Free)
    • 57 Kb
    • Windows; Mac; Linux

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