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by Richard - 9 years ago (2014-11-24)
I have tried several different classes from this site, but for one reason or the other they do not work.
The class that I need must use PDO for the latest MySQL to work properly with the rest of my site.
The Calendar class will be in a side panel on most pages. I am using PHP 5.5.12 MySQL 5.6.17 and Apache 2.5.9.
3. by Jacob Fogg - 9 years ago (2014-12-09) Reply
Can you give more details as to what look you want to give the calendar? Are you talking about a month calendar, week calendar, agenda calendar? I could easily wire it into something like this: www.vissit.com/projects/eventCalendar/
Also, how are you storing your events? A more universal solution would be for the class to accept a PDO object containing events that follow a naming convention.
Finally, is this an issue of trying to figure out why existing classes aren't working, or does a new class make more sense?
2. by Everton da Rosa - 9 years ago (2014-12-05) Reply
You want a class to create the calendar or to fetch data in a MySQL database?
1. by Manuel Lemos - 9 years ago (2014-12-02) Reply
Yes, there are many classes that can retrieve events from a MySQL database, but none seems to use PDO or even MySQLi.
This package uses PDO to get events data from DB, also it uses fullcalendar jQuery calendar to display the events.