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Adding iCalendar Support to Your Program - Part 1

, 14 Apr 2010 BSD
This article describes the steps to load and view iCalendars in your program by using the DDay.iCal library
icalendar_part1_src.zip
iCalExample_src
ConsoleApplicationExample
antlr.runtime.dll
Business.ics
DDay.iCal.dll
Properties
WebExample
Bin
antlr.runtime.dll
DDay.iCal.dll
Calendars
Business.ics
Lord of the Rings.ics
US Holidays.ics
Utah Jazz 2006-2007.ics

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Douglas Day
Web Developer
United States United States
Doug has been a Software Engineer for 7 of the previous 9 years, and has 12 years of programming experience.
 
For the past 3 years, he has been developing custom applications in C# and Visual Basic.NET, with an emphasis on custom cross-Internet applications for IT management, real-time collaboration, and process management and reporting.

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