has released AquilaCalendarMB, a menu bar calendar application for Mac OS X.
AquilaCalendarMB sports such features as alarms, repeating items, reporting and the ability to add your own holiday events. The separate ToDo, Notes and Alarm items can have individual or combined message, sound, or e-mail alerts. You can repeat items with daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly rules. And each item can attach contacts from the Mac OS X Address Book.
In fact, contacts attached to the Address Book can be updated in place in AquilaCalendarMB. With the menu calendar’s reporting, an item/event record can be printed with or without addition contact information.
AquilaCalendar includes a SQL database engine from OpenBase and database reporting from WorksWell. The calendar also includes Apple’s EOF Java frameworks, which, for the technically inclined, connects Cocoa applications directly to SQL databases such as OpenBase and allows advanced reporting from WorksWell. (Cocoa is Apple’s object-oriented development environment.)
Registered users of AvCore’s AquilaCalendar, upon which the MB version is based, can upgrade to the menu bar version for US$15 through the end of the month. For new users, the cost is $30.