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AJAX Web-based Calendars

Open source:
  • WebCalendar: Impressive list of features, development work on Sourceforge
  • Chronos: GPL licensed and Perl
  • Citadel: GPL, written in C, full groupware suite with some AJAX features
  • Monket: mostly CC licensed, PHP, AJAX.
  • Zimbra: Java, AJAX -- MPL-derivative license
  • Hula: AJAX email and calendar -- GPL license
  • WebiCal: A Web application to view and edit multiple iCalendars -- GPL license

Closed source, free:

  • CalendarHub: AJAX, RSS, Web 2.0, SMS, Import & Export, multiple personal calendars, calendar sharing & publishing
  • Kiko: SMS, Instant Messenger, PDA, offline and pure HTML versions, iCal, whatever Outlook uses, AJAX, Web 2.0, Tagging, RSS (These guys are also developing open-source Javascript ActiveRecord?, a JS implementation of Rail's ActiveRecord?.)
  • Planzo: AJAX, RSS, Web 2.0, XML, SMS
  • Scalix: AJAX, email and calendar

Closed source, non-free:

  • CalendarScript: Simple to use, extensible web calendar. Perl, so it works on all server platforms.
  • Connect Daily: "Connect Daily is an industrial strength calendar system that also supports AJAX."
  • Joyent: E-mail, calendars, contacts, file sharing, and shared applications. "Simple, powerful, web-based software for small teams."
  • Trumba: "Trumba's mission is to connect people and communities through the events they share."

Other / unknown:

  • Spongecell
  • 30 Boxes
  • AirSet
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