Google Calendar Integration
Stable Version Version 2.3
Published on 03 September 2014 by 
Isaac's Team
Isaac's Team
Created on 20 June 2013
Details
Google Calendar Integration is a component that assembles the data necessary to make the required RESTful service calls into the Google Calendar API. The espace shows examples of all features.
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Feature List
...Login to Google Calendar's API and retrieve a token to use when managing a calendar
...return lists of calendar items for a selected calendar, also allows for search parameters
...add, modify, or delete calendar items.

Main Benefits
...allows for programmatically managing Google calendars selected by the user.

Requirements
...OutSystems Platform v8
...Requires a web application client ID associated to the server. The client ID can be created on the "API Access" tab of the Google APIs Console. The given client ID and the client secret are then used in the corresponding site properties.

Notes:
...Install the sample espace to see examples of how it works
What’s new (Version 2.3)
BugFixes
Fixed: Issue in VS Solution where a referenced project didn't exist.

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Dependencies
Google Calendar Integration has no dependencies.
Requirements
Platform
8.0.0.0
Database
SQL Server
Stack
.NET
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