CalDAV4j is a protocol library that extends the Slide project’s WebDAV client library (which itself is an extension of the Apache’s HttpClient library) to allow high level manipulation of CalDAV calendar collections as well as lower level CalDAV protocol interactions.
A protocol library for CalDAV with an interactive shell.
This project is a CalDAV (RFC4791) client library for Python.
iCal4j is a Java library used to read and write iCalendar data streams as defined in RFC2445.
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An open source reference implementation of the iCalendar data type and serialization format.
Milton is a java library for WebDAV, CalDAV and CardDAV server implementations.
The library used by CalendarServer as part of its CalDAV/iCalendar support.
The SOPE iCal package (sope-ical) contains a SaxObjC driver for processing iCalendar files using libical (iCalSaxDriver) and a library which contains model classes for iCalendar/vCard objects.
Open Source Command-Line Tool
vdirsyncer is a command-line tool to synchronize a CalDAV/CardDAV server with a local iCalendar/vCard file, or a folder of those. It can also be used to synchronize two DAV servers with each other.
A Python library used to read and write iCalendar data streams as defined in RFC2445. Also does vCards. Now maintained by eventable.
An open source library that is the basis for the CalDAV plugin currently under development for KDE Kontact.
This project is no longer being maintained.
The library used by the Mulberry client for its iCalendar and iTIP handling. Also includes Java and Python ports with similar APIs to the C++ one.
Not supported since 2005
Ruby library which provides parsing, generation, and usage of RFC 2445 (iCalendar) data, including support for enumerating occurrences of recurring components and time zone conversions.
Status uncertain; appears to have been abandoned since 2011