CalEventer Output Examples


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Here you will learn just how versatile and useful CalEventer can be for you. All of the images and documents on this page have been generated from Mr. CodeBoy's personal iCal database. He typically has anywhere between 5 and 8 calendars for various aspects of his personal, family, and work-related lives. He generally uses TextEdit, Pages, Microsoft Word, or OpenOffice for word processing, and TextMate for (X)HTML text editing.


Each example you see here has a clear explanation for how it was generated. You can also download CSS and (X)HTML files for your convenience to use in your own web communications.

Plain Text - Multiple iCal Calendars

Using CalEventer verison 2.0.0, three iCal calendars are selected (Craig, Family, and 517). A seven-month Date Range is established (1 June 2011 through 31 December 2011), and no Locations are selected for filtration.

After selecting the Plain Text output option, and clicking Go (which places all selected Event Information into the clipboard), new documents were created in TextEdit, Pages, Microsoft Word, and OpenOffice. Paste was selected in each new document, and the document was subsequently saved. In Pages, Word, and OpenOffice, another document was created (in each), the Event Data was pasted again, and these documents were then formatted with two columns and saved. A second document was also created in TextEdit, the Event Data was pasted again, and then formatted into Rich Text before saving. Both Microsoft Word documents were saved as both .doc files (Word 2004 and earlier format), and .docx files (Word 2008 and later format).


In essence, this is a full collection of CalEventer output data, available in multiple formats. The data is exactly the same in all the document files. You can view the screenshots of each document on this Keynote page, and you can download the Keynote file here. The folder of documents is available for download here.

(X)HTML Text - Multiple iCal Calendars

Using CalEventer verison 2.0.0, three iCal calendars are selected (Craig, Family, and 517). A seven-month Date Range is established (1 June 2011 through 31 December 2011), and no Locations are selected for filtration.

After selecting the (X)HTML output option, and clicking Go (which places all selected Event Information into the clipboard), a new HTML 4.01 (strict) template document was opened in TextMate. The cursor was placed inside the body tags, and then Paste was selected.

A link to the caleventer01.css Style Sheet file was established, and the new document was saved in the same folder as the Style Sheet. You can see an eight minute screenshot video on this workflow here.

All of the CSS files and the example HTML file that are featured in the video are available for download here.