Google Calendar API

Stable Version 1.0.1 (OutSystems 9.1)
Published on 01 June 2016 by 
Created on 29 April 2016
This application uses the Google Calendar API v3 to create and manage calendar events
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Google Calendar API v3 application based on RESTful integration. 
This application uses the Auth 2.0 authentication, which gives you access to call the Google Calendar API v3 methods.
You can do the following Google Calendar operations:
  - List Calendars (primary or calendars associated with your email account)
  - List Calendars events 
  - Create, edit and delete events
  - Assign colors to events
Also, on the application you can find a How to that will help you on the API set up.
What’s new (1.0.1)
Fixed a bug on the oAuthGetToken action
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