iEvents, which was just recently released by the folks at Yenco.com, has been updated.
iEvents is a client-side tool for creating custom calendar Web sites that can then be uploaded to any Internet server or iDisk, according to Mike Yenco of Yenco.com. It’s targeted to individuals, schools, user groups or any organization that wants to share their calendar of events online. Version 1.1 updates the automatic save process to prevent data loss; cut, copy and paste have been enabled in all fields; drag & drop support has been added to all fields; header arrows now appear in the site output; cell icons now appear in the site output; the basic style has been improved; and an error with the Build Site menu item has been fixed.
iEvents generates single or multiple month calendar Web sites. It’s Date & Time control panel aware and offers a multifunction controls palette. The utility gives users a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) preview and edit in a single window, style documents to change calendar appearances, context-aware help system using Apple Help Viewer, external preference storage and more.
iEvents costs US$20. For more information or to download a demo version, go to the
product Web site. iEvents requires Mac OS 8 or later, a PowerPC processor, and at least 6MB of RAM. Its software update feature requires the URL Access Scripting addition that comes with Mac OS 8.6 or later. No word on whether a native Mac OS X version is planned.