Digital Butter Code Jam
Date: January 8, 2010
Location: Internet, Hong Kong
A month ago we dreamed up an idea to build out a front end editor for MODx Revolution to make ours (and our clients’) lives easier when managing their MODx sites. View the original Blog Post. Follow the progress updates here.
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1: Array ( [id] => http://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/modx.com_cr4100fhldkk2imopnf4d4pnf0%40group.calendar.google.com/public/full/khcu2nbfsj2oipeibejtnm129s [published] => 2010-12-09T15:28:47.000Z [updated] => 2010-12-09T15:28:48.000Z [title] => JBoye Conference: Philadelphia 11 [atom_content] => Inspiration from international experts, including keynote speakers such as Bob Boiko. A sales-pitch free environment with focused two-way sessions and ample opportunity to engage in dialogue with fellow web practitioners. 8 pre-conference workshops and 8 conference tracks - create your own conference experience. Unparalleled networking opportunities at our famous social events. [link] => http://www.google.com/calendar/event?eid=a2hjdTJuYmZzajJvaXBlaWJlanRubTEyOXMgbW9keC5jb21fY3I0MTAwZmhsZGtrMmltb3BuZjRkNHBuZjBAZw [link_self] => http://www.google.com/calendar/feeds/modx.com_cr4100fhldkk2imopnf4d4pnf0%40group.calendar.google.com/public/full/khcu2nbfsj2oipeibejtnm129s [author_name] => Conferences )
I was looking at that page earlier today and forgot to remove a getFeed call from the page on save. Since there was no &tpl defined on the call it returned the array.
As a sidenote, as far as I can tell Google in all their wisdom doesn’t send the Start Date and Time as a time stamp with their event feeds but only the the publish date. Kind of useless for a calendar app. It can be retrieved using the API but that seems like a bit of work.
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That’s like, really useful
A real dirty hack would be to use a specific timestamp in the title and parse that..