Event Calendar – PHP/MYSQL Plugin
Event Calendar is a server-side dynamic web application conceived with PHP/MySQL, built with jQuery FullCalendar and integrated onto Bootstrap Grid Layout.
Perfect responsive plugin to fit every device either this is desktop or mobile.
Event Calendar allows users to organize and plan events.
Simply, install it to your server or integrate it on other project so you can test it, and make full use of it.
- NEW SETTING – Possibility to edit Events.
- Create new Type of Event;
- Create new Event concerned to the type created previously;
- Drag and Drop Events.
- Manage to add fields like: Title, Color, Description, Initial Date, Final Date, Link, Photo;
- Delete Events and Types;
- Display Events with Modals;
- Language settings option for FullCalendar;
- Build on top of the Bootstrap v3.3.7;
- Easy documentation;
- Well documented code;
- Awesome and fast Support!
- PHP 5.3+, PHP 7.0+
- MYSQLI PHP Extension
- PDO PHP Extension
- MySQL 5.x
- Apache Mod Rewrite Enabled
- Font Awesome Icons
- Bootstrap DataTables
- Bootstrap FormValidation
- 100% Responsive Design
- Powerful Admin Panel
- PSR2 Coding Standards Followed
- Nice Client And Server Side Form Validations
- Secure From SQL Injections and XSS Attacks
Version 3.8 || 11 January 2019
[Updated]: FullCalendar js and css files with the most recent ones; [Updated]: Documentation;
Version 3.7.4 || 06 November 2018
[Added]: Datatables function to display pagination on Edit events, Delete events and Delete types; [Fixed]: Description under events_edit.php. Added the str_replace() function; [Fixed]: Removed <p> issue concerning event description when drag and drop any created event; [Updated]: Documentation; </p>
Version 3.7.3 || 28 October 2018
[Fixed]: Bug under the Edit Events Title dropdown selected value when saving options; [Updated]: Documentation;
Version 3.7.2 || 26 July 2018
[Added]: Added nl2br() function for inserting HTML line breaks under description variable; [Updated]: Documentation;
Version 3.7.1 || 15 March 2018
[Fixed]: CSS minor bug fix on datetimepicker.
Version 3.7.0 || 12 December 2017
Version 3.0 || 01 August 2017
[Added]: Edit Events feature; [Fixed]: Conection to database on events_update.php file; [Fixed]: Error with the default FullCalendar language; [Fixed]: Pagination under each delete modal area; [Updated]: Documentation;
Version 2.5 || 13 July 2017
[Fixed]: Error message when server conection credentials aren't correct. This solves most of the problems relative to Error 500 and Error 301 redirect issues. [Updated]: Documentation
Version 2.4 || 16 June 2017
[Added]: Lang folder (forget to add in last script update). [Updated]: Documentation.
Version 2.3 || 31 May 2017
[Fixed]: Security measures when event is created with no date. [Added]: Error message when adding event without date. [Added]: Success message when drag and drop event.
Version 2.2 || 04 May 2017
[Added]: method for saving Drag and Drop Events;
Version 2.1 || 25 April 2017
[Added]: Language settings option for FullCalendar; [Fixed]: Bug when creating the project without image; [Fixed]: Changed DateTimePickers and replaced the default values with custom TimePickers;
Version 2.0 || 20 April 2017
[Updated]: PHP 7.0 connection ready.
Version 1.4 || 15 February 2017
[Fixed]: Broken images when no image selected.
Version 1.3 || 11 February 2017
[Changed]: SQL date to datetime type. [Changed]: Add timestamp into Start and End of the created events. [Changed]: Removed color from modal on events with end date. [Fixed]: Error Displaying date under one day event. [Fixed]: Tipography on some words. [Fixed]: Correct output of event days when having more than one day events.
Version 1.2 || 24 January 2017
[Fixed]: Error when deleting event When not having image. [Fixed]: Error when not adding an image. [Changed]: Alert success messages when adding type or event.
Version 1.1 || 07 January 2017
[Fixed]: Bug when the project didn't have any event, it wouldn't work; [Fixed]: Changed DateTimePickers order on New Event Form; [Fixed]: Issue about not displaying other Events.
Version 1.0 || 04 January 2017
[Release]: Initial release;