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I just want to sync my calendar events with google calendar. But my application is in visual studio 2005 winform.

Is it possible in the VS2005 windofrm application?
If yes then please guide me. I already generate JSON file from google for credentials. How can I use it in my application?

What I have tried:

I already tried to add existing JSON file in VS 2005 winform application. Try to add dll for google.api.
Updated 12-Oct-18 4:39am
Richard MacCutchan 12-Oct-18 4:45am    
What happens when you run your application? Is there a compelling reason why you do not upgrade to VS 2017 (free version)?
Richard MacCutchan 12-Oct-18 8:00am    
Sorry, but that comment tells us nothing.
Member 14007086 12-Oct-18 9:16am    
I just simply want to know Is it possible use google calendar API to sync my calendar data with google calendar in visual studio 2005 winform application without any upgradation in framework.
Richard MacCutchan 12-Oct-18 9:37am    
How can anyone answer such a question when we have no idea what your code is doing? If you want to know more about any Google API then you need to study the documentation.
Member 14007086 12-Oct-18 9:27am    
If yes then how???

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NET Framework 4 is the minimum version that V3 may run in.
Official support is NET 4.5+
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Member 14007086 12-Oct-18 9:41am    
Thank you MadMyche
Is there any other way to sync my calendar data with google calendar in VS 2005 winform application
MadMyche 12-Oct-18 10:16am    
Possibly; you would most likely need to create a helper app (or microservice) as a bridge between the Google API and your unsupported version
Member 14007086 13-Oct-18 1:33am    
ok. Thank you

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