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Copyright (c) 2014 Sebastian Pekarek
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# ical-generator
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This is the SRCT fork of Sebbo2002's ical-generator
ical-generator is a small piece of code which generates ical calendar files. I use this to generate subscriptionable
calendar feeds.
## Installation
npm install ical-generator
## Upgrade from 0.1.x
ical-generator 0.2.0 introduces a completely new API, but because you guys used 0.1.x a lot, the old API still works. So
you should be able to upgrade from ical-generator 0.1.x to 0.2.0 without any code changes. In case you need the old API
docs, you can find the deprecated documentation [here](https://github.com/sebbo2002/ical-generator/blob/0.1.10/README.md).
In case you have any issues with the new API, feel free to [create an issue](https://github.com/sebbo2002/ical-generator/issues/new).
## Quick Start
```javascript
var ical = require('ical-generator'),
http = require('http'),
cal = ical({domain: 'github.com', name: 'my first iCal'});
// overwrite domain
cal.domain('sebbo.net');
cal.createEvent({
start: new Date(),
end: new Date(new Date().getTime() + 3600000),
summary: 'Example Event',
description: 'It works ;)',
location: 'my room',
url: 'http://sebbo.net/'
});
http.createServer(function(req, res) {
cal.serve(res);
}).listen(3000, '127.0.0.1', function() {
console.log('Server running at http://127.0.0.1:3000/');
});
```
## Just another example
```javascript
var ical = require('ical-generator'),
// Create new Calendar and set optional fields
cal = ical({
domain: 'sebbo.net',
prodId: {company: 'superman-industries.com', product: 'ical-generator'},
name: 'My Testfeed',
timezone: 'Europe/Berlin'
});
// You can also set values like this…
cal.domain('sebbo.net');
// … or get values
cal.domain(); // --> "sebbo.net"
// create a new event
var event = cal.createEvent({
start: new Date(),
end: new Date(new Date().getTime() + 3600000),
timestamp: new Date(),
summary: 'My Event',
organizer: 'Sebastian Pekarek <mail@example.com>'
});
// like above, you can also set/change values like this…
event.summary('My Super Mega Awesome Event');
// get the iCal string
cal.toString(); // --> "BEGIN:VCALENDAR…"
// You can also create events directly with ical()
cal = ical({
domain: 'sebbo.net',
prodId: '//superman-industries.com//ical-generator//EN',
events: [
{
start: new Date(),
end: new Date(new Date().getTime() + 3600000),
timestamp: new Date(),
summary: 'My Event',
organizer: 'Sebastian Pekarek <mail@example.com>'
}
]
}).toString();
```
## API
### ical-generator
#### ical([_Object_ options])
Creates a new [Calendar](#calendar) ([`ICalCalendar`](#calendar)).
```javascript
var ical = require('ical-generator'),
cal = ical();
```
You can pass options to setup your calendar or use setters to do this.
```javascript
var ical = require('ical-generator'),
cal = ical({domain: 'sebbo.net'});
// is the same as
cal = ical().domain('sebbo.net');
// is the same as
cal = ical();
cal.domain('sebbo.net');
```
### Calendar
#### domain([_String_ domain])
Use this method to set your server's hostname. It will be used to generate the feed's UID. Default hostname is your
server's one (`require('os').hostname()`).
#### prodId([_String_|_Object_ prodId])
Use this method to overwrite the default Product Identifier (`//sebbo.net//ical-generator//EN`). `prodId` can be ether
a valid Product Identifier or an object:
```javascript
cal.prodId({
company: 'My Company',
product: 'My Product',
language: 'EN' // optional, defaults to EN
});
// OR
cal.prodId('//My Company//My Product//EN');
```
#### name([_String_ name])
Use this method to set your feed's name. Is used to fill `NAME` and `X-WR-CALNAME` in your iCal file.
#### url([_String_ url])
Use this method to set your feed's URL.
```javascript
var cal = ical().url('https://example.com/calendar.ical');
```
#### timezone([_String_ timezone])
Use this method to set your feed's timezone. Is used to fill `TIMEZONE-ID` and `X-WR-TIMEZONE` in your iCal.
```javascript
var cal = ical().timezone('Europe/Berlin');
```
#### method([_String_ method])
Calendar method. May be any of the following: `publish`, `request`, `reply`, `add`, `cancel`, `refresh`, `counter`, `declinecounter`.
#### ttl([_Number_ ttl])
Use this method to set your feed's time to live. Is used to fill `REFRESH-INTERVAL` and `X-PUBLISHED-TTL` in your iCal.
```javascript
var cal = ical().ttl(60 * 60 * 24);
```
#### createEvent([_Object_ options])
Creates a new [Event](#event) ([`ICalEvent`](#event)) and returns it. Use options to prefill the event's attributes.
Calling this method without options will create an empty event.
```javascript
var ical = require('ical-generator'),
cal = ical(),
event = cal.createEvent({summary: 'My Event'});
// overwrite event summary
event.summary('Your Event');
```
#### events([_Object_ events])
Add Events to calendar or return all attached events.
```javascript
var cal = ical();
cal.events([
{
start: new Date(),
end: new Date(new Date().getTime() + 3600000),
summary: 'Example Event',
description: 'It works ;)',
url: 'http://sebbo.net/'
}
]);
cal.events(); // --> [ICalEvent]
```
#### save(**_String_ file**[, _Function_ cb])
Save Calendar to disk asynchronously using [fs.writeFile](http://nodejs.org/api/fs.html#fs_fs_writefile_filename_data_options_callback).
#### saveSync(**_String_ file**)
Save Calendar to disk synchronously using [fs.writeFileSync](http://nodejs.org/api/fs.html#fs_fs_writefilesync_filename_data_options).
#### serve(**_http.ServerResponse_ response**)
Send Calendar to the User when using HTTP. See Quick Start above.
#### toString()
Return Calendar as a String.
#### toJSON()
Return a shallow copy of the calendar's options for JSON stringification. Can be used for persistance.
```javascript
var cal = ical(),
json = JSON.stringify(cal);
// later
cal = ical(json);
```
#### length()
Returns the ammount of events in the calendar.
#### clear()
Empty the Calender.
### Event
#### uid([_String_|_Number_ uid]) or id([_String_|_Number_ id])
Use this method to set the event's ID. If not set, an UID will be generated randomly. When output, the ID will be suffixed with '@' + your calendar's domain.
#### sequence([_Number_ sequence])
Use this method to set the event's revision sequence number of the
calendar component within a sequence of revisions.
#### start([_Date_ start])
Appointment date of beginning as Date object. This is required for all events!
#### end([_Date_ end])
Appointment date of end as Date object.
#### timezone([_String_ timezone])
Use this method to set your event's timezone using the TZID property parameter on start and end dates, as per [date-time form #3 in section 3.3.5 of RFC 554](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5545#section-3.3.5).
This and the 'floating' flag (see below) are mutually exclusive, and setting a timezone will unset the 'floating' flag. If neither 'timezone' nor 'floating' are set, the date will be output with in UTC format (see [date-time form #2 in section 3.3.5 of RFC 554](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5545#section-3.3.5)).
#### timestamp([_Date_ stamp]) or stamp([_Date_ stamp])
Appointment date of creation as Date object. Default to `new Date()`.
#### allDay([_Boolean_ allDay])
When allDay == true -> appointment is for the whole day
#### floating([_Boolean_ floating])
Appointment is a "floating" time. From [section 3.3.12 of RFC 554](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5545#section-3.3.12):
> Time values of this type are said to be "floating" and are not
> bound to any time zone in particular. They are used to represent
> the same hour, minute, and second value regardless of which time
> zone is currently being observed. For example, an event can be
> defined that indicates that an individual will be busy from 11:00
> AM to 1:00 PM every day, no matter which time zone the person is
> in. In these cases, a local time can be specified.
This and the 'timezone' setting (see above) are mutually exclusive, and setting the floating flag will unset the 'timezone'. If neither 'timezone' nor 'floating' are set, the date will be output with in UTC format (see [date-time form #2 in section 3.3.5 of RFC 554](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5545#section-3.3.5)).
#### repeating([_Object_ repeating])
Appointment is a repeating event
```javascript
event.repeating({
freq: 'MONTHLY', // required
count: 5,
interval: 2,
until: new Date('Jan 01 2014 00:00:00 UTC'),
byDay: ['su', 'mo'], // repeat only sunday and monday
byMonth: [1, 2], // repeat only in january und february,
byMonthDay: [1, 15], // repeat only on the 1st and 15th
exclude: [new Date('Dec 25 2013 00:00:00 UTC')] // exclude these dates
});
```
#### summary([_String_ summary])
Appointment summary, defaults to empty string.
#### description([_String_ description])
Appointment description
#### htmlDescription([_String_ htmlDescription])
Some calendar apps may support HTML descriptions. Like in emails, supported HTML tags and styling is limited.
#### location([_String_ location])
Appointment location
#### organizer([_String_|Object organizer])
Appointment organizer
```javascript
cal.organizer({
name: 'Organizer\'s Name',
email: 'organizer@example.com'
});
// OR
cal.organizer('Organizer\'s Name <organizer@example.com>');
```
#### createAttendee([_Object_ options])
Creates a new [Attendee](#attendee) ([`ICalAttendee`](#attendee)) and returns it. Use options to prefill the attendee's attributes.
Calling this method without options will create an empty attendee.
```javascript
var ical = require('ical-generator'),
cal = ical(),
event = cal.createEvent(),
attendee = event.createAttendee({email: 'hui@example.com', 'name': 'Hui'});
// overwrite attendee's email address
attendee.email('hui@example.net');
// add another attendee
event.createAttendee('Buh <buh@example.net>');
```
#### attendees([_Object_ attendees])
Add Attendees to the event or return all attached attendees.
```javascript
var event = ical().createEvent();
cal.attendees([
{email: 'a@example.com', name: 'Person A'},
{email: 'b@example.com', name: 'Person B'}
]);
cal.attendees(); // --> [ICalAttendee, ICalAttendee]
```
#### createAlarm([_Object_ options])
Creates a new [Alarm](#alarm) ([`ICalAlarm`](#alarm)) and returns it. Use options to prefill the alarm's attributes.
Calling this method without options will create an empty alarm.
```javascript
var ical = require('ical-generator'),
cal = ical(),
event = cal.createEvent(),
alarm = event.createAlarm({type: 'display', trigger: 300});
// add another alarm
event.createAlarm({
type: 'audio',
trigger: 300, // 5min before event
});
```
#### alarms([_Object_ alarms])
Add alarms to the event or return all attached alarms.
```javascript
var event = ical().createEvent();
cal.alarms([
{type: 'display', trigger: 600},
{type: 'audio', trigger: 300}
]);
cal.alarms(); // --> [ICalAlarm, ICalAlarm]
```
#### url([_String_ url])
Appointment URL
#### status([_String_ status])
Appointment status. May be any of the following: `confirmed`, `tentative`, `cancelled`.
### Attendee
#### name([_String_ name])
Use this method to set the attendee's name.
#### email([_String_ email])
The attendee's email address. An email address is required for every attendee!
#### role([_String_ role])
Set the attendee's role, defaults to `REQ-PARTICIPANT`. May be one of the following: `req-participant`, `non-participant`
#### status([_String_ status])
Set the attendee's status. May be one of the following: `accepted`, `tentative`, `declined`
#### type([_String_ type])
Set the attendee's type. May be one of the following: `individual`, `group`, `resource`, `room`, `unknown` (See [Section 4.2.3](https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2445#section-4.2.3))
#### delegatesTo(**_ICalAttendee_|_Object_ attendee**)
Creates a new Attendee if passed object is not already an attendee. Will set the delegatedTo and delegatedFrom attributes.
```javascript
var cal = ical(),
event = cal.createEvent(),
attendee = cal.createAttendee();
attendee.delegatesTo({email: 'foo@bar.com', name: 'Foo'});
```
#### delegatesFrom(**_ICalAttendee_|_Object_ attendee**)
Creates a new Attendee if passed object is not already an attendee. Will set the delegatedTo and delegatedFrom attributes.
```javascript
var cal = ical(),
event = cal.createEvent(),
attendee = cal.createAttendee();
attendee.delegatesFrom({email: 'foo@bar.com', name: 'Foo'});
```
### Alarm
#### type([_String_ type])
Use this method to set the alarm type. Right now, `audio` and `display` is supported.
#### trigger([_Number_|_Date_ trigger]) / triggerBefore([_Number_|_Date_ trigger])
Use this method to set the alarm time.
```javascript
var cal = ical(),
event = cal.createEvent(),
alarm = cal.createAlarm();
alarm.trigger(600); // -> 10 minutes before event starts
alarm.trigger(new Date()); // -> now
```
#### triggerAfter([_Number_|_Date_ trigger])
Use this method to set the alarm time.
```javascript
var cal = ical(),
event = cal.createEvent(),
alarm = cal.createAlarm();
alarm.triggerAfter(600); // -> 10 minutes after the event finishes
alarm.triggerAfter(new Date()); // -> now
```
#### repeat([_Number_ repeat])
Use this method to repeat the alarm.
```javascript
var cal = ical(),
event = cal.createEvent(),
// repeat the alarm 4 times every 5 minutes…
cal.createAlarm({
repeat: 4,
interval: 300
});
```
#### interval([_Number_ interval])
Use this method to set the alarm's interval.
```javascript
var cal = ical(),
event = cal.createEvent(),
// repeat the alarm 4 times every 5 minutes…
cal.createAlarm({
repeat: 4,
interval: 300
});
```
#### attach([_String_|_Object_ attach])
Alarm attachment; used to set the alarm sound if type = audio. Defaults to "Basso".
```javascript
var cal = ical(),
event = cal.createEvent(),
event.createAlarm({
attach: 'https://example.com/notification.aud'
});
// OR
event.createAlarm({
attach: {
uri: 'https://example.com/notification.aud',
mime: 'audio/basic'
}
});
```
#### description([_String_| description])
Alarm description; used to set the alarm message if type = display. Defaults to the event's summary.
## Tests
```
npm test
```
## Copyright and license
Copyright (c) Sebastian Pekarek under the [MIT license](LICENSE).
'use strict';
var ical = require('../lib/'),
http = require('http'),
cal = ical({
domain: 'sebbo.net',
prodId: '//superman-industries.com//ical-generator//EN',
events: [
{