I'm presently considering the potential of exhibiting lists of occasions from multiple Google Calendars on the Web site. Right now, I am while using Google Calendar Occasions wordpress plugin for WordPress to show the occasions on the website (development site behind a firewall, and so i can't share a hyperlink) but Let me find out if there's any simple approach to dynamically generate ICS files for everybody event.

We wish to permit the website site visitors to include individual occasions for their calendars, however the Google Calendar Data API only appears to supply the choice to download a whole calendar in ICS format. I attempted simply appending a question string using the eid (event ID) towards the finish from the ICAL feed address, but that also opens the conventional Google ICAL feed, including all the occasions presently incorporated around the calendar.

I'm somewhat acquainted with dynamically building ICS files on your own, and also have tried it once previously, tugging occasions from the local Perl calendar program and producing an ICS apply for each event but when you will find any pre-built APIs or PHP classes which are already established to build ICS files from individual Google Calendar Occasions, I'd much would rather use individuals.

Some PHP Libraries I could search up via google, all for PHP, I wager you will find much more:

Its so simple its only a page really, do this: (you will need to substitute you have variables obviously ...)

<?php
    /*
    * generates calendar ics file
    */ 

if( 
    empty($_GET['summary']) || 
    empty($_GET['dtstart']) || 
    empty($_GET['dtend']) 
){
header ("Location: /diary/this-week") ;
exit();
} 

  header("Content-type: text/calendar");
  header("Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=".urlencode($_GET['summary']).'-'.time().".ics");
  header("Pragma: no-cache");
  header("Expires: 0");
  echo 'BEGIN:VCALENDAR
VERSION:2.0
PRODID:councilsites
METHOD:PUBLISH
BEGIN:VEVENT
URL:'. htmlentities( $_GET['url'] ) .'
UID:'. htmlentities( $_GET['url'] ) .'
SUMMARY:'. htmlentities( $_GET['summary'] ) .'
DTSTAMP:'. date('Ymd\THis\Z') .'
DTSTART:'. htmlentities( $_GET['dtstart'] ) .'
DTEND:'. htmlentities( $_GET['dtend'] ) .'
LOCATION:'. htmlentities( $_GET['location'] ) .' 
END:VEVENT
END:VCALENDAR';


?>