Welcome to the CaLogic support website!

What is CaLogic?

CaLogic is a feature rich, muti user, Open Source (GPL) Web Calendar. It is written in PHP and uses MySQL to store its data.

Click here for a full feature list.

Please feel free to use this site. But because of SPAMMERS you do have to become a registered user to effectively use this site.

As a registered user, you will be able to take advantage of the rest of this site. You will be able to download CaLogic for free, take place in the discussion forums to report problems and share your own experiences if you wish. Registered users also have the possibility to subscribe for the CaLogic release Newsletter.

Click here for the CaLogic Demo Calendar

To create your own Calendar, Log out of the "Public View", and follow the Register Link.

Thanks for visiting, and enjoy your stay.

CaLogic Statistics (November 2004)

Did you know?
CaLogic was begun in April of 2002
As of version 1.2.2 (13.Nov.2004) it has 101 files with 47,265 lines of code and documentation.
It uses 22 MySQL Tables to store its data.
It has been downloaded over 5000 times.
I have answered well over 5000 support request E-Mails and posts. (and three telephone support request)

CaLogic is free, and it always will be.

Where did CaLogic come from?

I searched the web for years for an Open Source web calendar to use on my web site. I must have tried a dozen different Calendars. Some were written in PERL, others in PHP. None of them lived up to what I expected and needed. What really bothered me the most was that, none of them had taken the time to consider Time Zones. Which was really funny because, how can you expect to create a web based application, which could have users all over the world, and not take Time Zones into consideration? When I use a Calendar that is based on a server in Timbuktu, I expect it to show the Date and Time where I am, and not that of the server it is running on.

Well, since I am a programer, the only solution was to program a web calendar my self. CaLogic is my solution. I started on it in April of 2002. It made it's debut in the same year.


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