I haven’t blogged in a while, but don’t worry, I’ve been hard at work doing FullCalendar-related things! I want to let everyone know about some developments with the project, both major and minor. Continue reading
XDate version 0.8 is released! It is mainly comprised of bugfixes submitted via Github. For more info, see the changelog.
When I first wrote Scrapemark, I wanted to take a completely different approach to parsing HTML documents. To me, the most painful aspect of using the existing methods of the day was extracting the data you wanted. Scrapemark’s innovation was that you could write the data extraction in an easy to understand “template language”. Actually, you might consider it a “reverse template language” because instead of inserting values, it extracted them. Continue reading
PHPTI (PHP Template Inheritance) was a fun project to work on, but it’s easy to see, by looking at the commit log, that I stopped maintaining it a while ago. In this blog post, I want to officially announce PHPTI as “no longer maintained” and also reflect on its successes and failures. Continue reading
Version 1.6 is the most feature-packed release in a while. The feature list was mainly driven by pull requests I received through Github. I want to make FullCalendar a more community-based project, so this is a good place to start. Thank you to all the contributors! Continue reading
This release contains just one bugfix (issue 750), which involves parsing ISO8601 dates.I know FullCalendar updates have been few and far between recently, but I promise there are some cool stuff in the works.
FullCalendar 1.5.1 has been released. This is a minor bugfix release and has been tested and bundled with jQuery 1.5.2. Continue reading