Dynamic, web enabled schedule and message board. You can view events in calendar,log, and agenda formats and can filter them using criteria such as time, place, event type. Tailorable and Designed schools, churches, clubs, etc.
Atlas java Utiities 1.3 Java utilities for browse and edit web apps. Display/process HTML forms to view and edit objects, search and list objects. Manage request context. Time display and conversion. Factors standard operations to let you focus on specifics.
aCalendarForge 1.0 aCalendarForge builds HTML pages to show events as calendars, agenda, and logs. Event files can be tab separated text from spreadsheets or databases. Runs as a Mac OS X Cocoa application and as a java application on other platforms.
Description: awSchedule is a dynamic, web enabled schedule and message board for small to large groups. You can view events in calendar,log, and agenda formats and can filter them using criteria such as time, place, event type. The administrative portal allows you to edit and browse the database. The web application includes open source JSP and Java that you may tailor to your needs. Applications include Church events, School events, School homework assignments, Meeting events. Models the following. -Events: Occurrences with a definite time and duration. You may associate time, place, who, type and other info. -Notes: Additional info attached to an event. -Messages: General messages and info. Features include: -Searchable view of events. -Searchable view of notes. -Searchable calendar view of events. -Searchable log view of events. -Searchable agenda view of events. -Help pages. -Multi-level search screens. -Configurable drop downs. --Administrative portal -Repeat events based on a model. Requirements: Java. JSP server (eg, tomcat). JDBC accessable data base manager and connector (eg, mySql). Eden Systems LLL utilities. ant for construction.
Microsoft open sources Web authoring application SAN FRANCISCO - Continuing its flirtation with open source, Microsoft Corp. on Monday posted the code of a little-known collaboration application to open-source development site SourceForge.net.