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Okaka Design Blog:
Event calendar using Codeigniter and jQuery without BackendPro
February 17, 2010 @ 12:58:27

In a previous article posted to the Okada Design Blog, they showed you how to create a calendar using jQuery, CodeIgniter and the BackendPro toolset. They're back with a new article today showing how you can do the same thing without BackendPro.

I have some requests for a Event Calendar without BackendPro. Since it is not using BeP, I only used CRUD without individual calendar. So there won't be any mycal function. I took out all of the Bep thingy and made it simpler (I hope).

If you want the full tutorial on how the CodeIgniter part is set up, check out their previous article. If you're just looking for the new sans-BackendPro code, you can download it here.

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