Sunday, December 10, 2006

Web Content Wizard for Google Calendar

Fueled by my curiosity in learning about AuthSub and my desire to promote web content events, I created a web content wizard for Google Calendar. I believe this will dramatically lower the barrier to entry for creating web content events. To see a screenshot of the wizard in action, check out its Help link, or if you want more information about what prompted me to do this, read the About section.

In the process of creating the wizard, I learned quite a bit about web applications, web security, and the state of free JavaScript datepickers. I plan to write up what I have learned in the weeks to come, but first I need to allocate some of my time online for Christmas shopping!

Honestly, there's a lot more I could post about this wizard today, but I believe everything is already there on the site, and I hate repeating myself, so like we [apparently] say back home in New Jersey: come and see for yourself.


  1. [...] Recently, my Web Content Wizard for Google Calendar (which I recently blogged about) was listed as a featured project on Google Code. But what is even more exciting is the Colorado Avalanche calendar that Rob Moore built with the web content wizard! It looks hot and it is a great example of web content can be used in Google Calendar — great work, Rob!   [...]

  2. Shame the Web Content Wizard no longer works for me.

    Your usually excellent site at is generating the following error for me:

    "Access Request

    The page you have requested cannot be displayed. Another site was requesting access to your Google Account, but sent a malformed request. Please contact the site that you were trying to use when you received this message to inform them of the error. A detailed error message follows:
    The site "" has not been registered."


  3. I wonder if Google will ever provide a page like yours, with support to ensure it keeps working. Sadly, your site has not been working for me for months now.

    If I could work-out how, I would do it myself.

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