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Decorate Your Site with Free Flash World Clock

Posted · Category: Calendar, License Free

ClockLink provides fashionable yet free online clocks made from Flash that can be easily embedded in your web page or in your blog. All you need to do is simply paste the tag on your web page. You can choose a time zone for your clock so it will show the correct time, and they also provide a variety of selection, including Analog Clocks, Digital Clocks, Count Down Clocks, Count Up Clocks, World Clocks, and many more. Decorate your website or blog with ClockLink’s clocks now.

Free Clocks

Requirements:-
Demo: http://www.clocklink.com
License: License Free

Vista-like Ajax Calendar with Mootools

Posted · Category: Calendar, CC License

The Vista-like Ajax Calendar (vlaCalendar) version 2 is a unobtrusive web version of the slick and profound Windows Vista taskbar calendar, by using the mootools javascript framework, AJAX, XHTML, CSS and PHP.

This Vista-like Ajax Calendar script is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial 3.0 License. You can use these files however you want, but don’t redistribute without the proper credits and do not use this for commercial purposes.

Vista-like Ajax Calendar

Requirements: Mootools Framework
Demo: http://dev.base86.com/scripts/vista-like_ajax_calendar_version_2.html
License: Creative Commons 3.0 License

jQuery Interactive Date Range Picker with Shortcuts

Posted · Category: Calendar, CC License, GPL License

jQuery Interactive Date Range Picker is a modified version of jQuery UI’s Datepicker. This version is optimized for quickly selecting a date from a list of preset dates/ranges, and they added smooth transitions when additional options are revealed. The modifications include:

  • shortcut links to preset date ranges, for example, “Past 30 days” or “Current YTD,”
  • links to “All dates before…” and “All dates after…” to simplify selecting a range of values where the data set is very large or the high or low end value is an unknown
  • only showing the number of calendars needed for choosing a particular range

jQuery Interactive Date Range Picker

The interactive date range picker shown is not coded for ease of modification, but is free to reuse and modify with a proper attribution to Filament Group. You can visit the demo page and view the source code to see how it works.

Requirements: -
Demo: http://www.filamentgroup.com/examples/datepicker/
License: GPL and Creative Commons 3.0 License

Dragging the Bar Over the Time-Line with Sliding Date Picker

Posted · Category: Calendar, GPL License

Sliding Date-Picker enables you to pick dates with a simple slider bar. By dragging the bar over the time-line, the dates change instantly. Besides this, when the user decides to manually change the dates, the bar is automatically adjusted to the corresponding dates. Sliding Date-Picker is based on Prototype/Scriptaculous, but now combined with the DateJs library as well. It has been tested it in Firefox 2.x and IE6+ and it is licensed under the GPL license.

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Requirements: Firefox 2.x and IE6+
Demo: http://www.ajaxorized.com/dateslider/slider.html
License: GPL License

Datejs – Open Source Javascript Date Library

Posted · Category: Calendar, MIT License

Datejs is an open-source JavaScript Date Library. Comprehensive, yet simple, stealthy and fast. Datejs has passed all trials and is ready to strike. Datejs doesn’t just parse strings, it slices them cleanly in two.

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Requirements: No Requirements
Demo: http://www.datejs.com/
License: MIT License

Impressive and Beautiful CSS Styling Mootools Calendar

Posted · Category: Calendar, MIT License

To be honest, this is one of the best calendar I have ever seen. I was really excited when I was playing with Calendar. It is powerful and yet really easy to implement. You can also have different CSS Styling for the calendar.

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Calendar is a Javascript class that adds accessible and unobtrusive date-pickers to your form elements. This class is a compilation of many date-pickers. Rloaderro has implemented over the years and has been completely re-written for Mootools. He tried to include all the features that have been most useful while streamlining the class itself to keep it as small as possible. See what features are available in Calendar and how it might enhance the accessibility, usability and validation of form elements on your website.

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Calendar has been successfully tested in Safari, Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer. The class requires Mootools 1.1 with Fx.Style, Element and Window. In order to enable dragging, the class also requires the Drag component.

Requirements: Safari, Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer with Mootools Framework
Demo: http://www.electricprism.com/aeron/calendar/
License: MIT License

MooMonth – Full Javascript Calendar with MooTools

Posted · Category: Calendar, LGPL License

MooMonth is a full calendar application written in javascript with the MooTools framework. Heavily configurable and customizable. It features smooth sexy transitions between different views. MooMonth is available under the CC-GNU LGPL license. So your are free to download an use it whenever you like. It looks very nice generally and I am always a big fan of the fade in and out effect.

However, MooMonth is still in alpha stages though, it will be several weeks before ready to be tested in production. Feel free to try it out and then give Dnalor your opinions and suggestions about the calendar.

moomonth.png

Requirements: MooTools Framework Required
Demo: http://code.google.com/p/moomonth/
License: LGPL License

NoGray Free Highly Customizable Javascript Calendar

Posted · Category: Calendar, License Free, Reviews

It is difficult to find a well-developed calendar component for our web applications. NoGray has developed a free and highly customizable Javascript calendar component for web developers like us. The look and feel of the calendar can be changed easily using CSS. You can have more than one calendar on any page, create any number of months per calendar. You can also enable multi selection of date as well. The calendar looks really and very easy to integrate into your websites.

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If you found the calendar does not suit your needs, you can spend some money and ask them to customize it for you. And also there are some other useful and free Javascript tools for webmasters, I particular like the Free Color Picker as well.

Web Application is getting more and more popular recently. They can be really useful because it can be accessed everywhere in the world with internet access. If you have an idea, do not know how to build it? NoGray might be able to help you. It is a small web design and development firm. They specialized in creating well-developed web applications for customers.

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NoGray focuses on 3 simple steps when working with clients. They will design the homepage and main template for the website which gives the client a clear perspective on how it will look like first. While the development, they will create a easy to use content management system to ensure clients can update or make changes to the application easily afterwards. After all, they will also submit your website to major search engines without you worrying about the SEO stuff.

You know where to go if you need someone to help on your website or web application projects. ; )

Requirements: XHTML Doctype
Demo: http://nogray.com/calendar.php
License: License Free

Unobtrusive Keyboard Accessible Date Picker

Posted · Category: Calendar, CC License

date-pciker.png No one in their right mind likes pop-up windows and personally, the thought of embedding JavaScript blocks within the (X)HTML just doesn’t do it for Brian, so, Brian coded an Unobtrusive Date-Picker that was accessible using the keyboard and suitable for use within documents served as application/xhtml+xml (as no document.write statements are used). The date-picker attempts to auto-detect the language of the users browser installation and download the corresponding language file from the server. And also, it has the nice fade in and fade out effect.

Requirements: Modern Browsers with Javascript Enabled
Demo: http://www.frequency-decoder.com/demo/fd-date-picker/
License: Creative Commons License

Lightweight and Unobtrusive Date Picker by Yellow5

Posted · Category: Calendar, CC License, Components

yellow5 Date ChooserYellow5 wrote a unobtrusive, lightweight javascript datepicker for us. It is so small that you can use it on your pda, but the functionality is just about right. There are also a few advantages to using DateChooser over other javascript datepickers according to Yellow5:

  • The HTML for the calendar is standards-compliant.
  • The calendar appears in the same window as the input field(s). It doesn’t annoyingly pop up in a new window.
  • It has no hard-coded styles; apply your own .css file to customize DateChooser’s appearance.
  • Return values are flexible, using patterns borrowed from PHP’s date() function.
  • It doesn’t pollute the global namespace.
  • It uses unobtrusive, warning/error-free javascript.

Requirements: Internet Explorer 5+, Firefox 1.0+, Opera 8+, Safari
Demo: http://yellow5.us/projects/datechooser
License: CC Attribution 2.0 License

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