does anyone know whether there is a javascript widget that can take RDFa and pull out event/time data to create an 'Add to Calendar' button (most likely using iCalendar standard)?

It seems like this should be a solved problem, but since the last question I asked about what vocab to use for iCalendar type time data didn't have a very clear answer, I'm wondering whether this exists.

asked 28 Jan '11, 11:36

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I don't have a full answer for you, but if you're happy to do things on the server-side in Perl, and just use an AJAX shim for the Javascript, then the combination of the following may be of use:

They ought to allow you to parse an RDFa document marked up using the W3C iCalendar vocab, and output it as iCalendar files using one or two lines of Perl.

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answered 28 Jan '11, 20:47

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