CalDAV - introduction

CalDAV is a calendaring and scheduling client/server protocol designed to allow users to access calendar data on a server, and to schedule meetings with other users on that server or other servers.

The CalDAV Access protocol has been standardized by the IETF and published as RFC 4791.

The CalDAV Scheduling protocol has been standardized by the IETF and published as RFC 6638.

For more information on what is available on the Developers Guide please see the Table of Contents.

For information on CalDAV implementations see:

  1. Clients
  2. Bootstrapping
  3. Servers
  4. Libraries and tools
  5. Service providers

See Standards for further information on standards you need to be aware of.

In addition CalConnect has the following documents:

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