Wednesday, September 26th, 2007

Traffik: Using the cross domain read write API

Category: Examples, JavaScript, Showcase

Justin Meyer and Brian Moschel created an application, Traffik, that “lists events from Google Calendar and shows the locations of those events in a map. Traffik shows only events with locations.”

Where it differs from the usual calendar » maps mashup is that you can login, and the application can read private calendar data, and can even create new events.

When you play with the example you can see how the permissions flow works in practice:

Posted by Dion Almaer at 9:04 am

4 rating from 26 votes


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Now All I need is a Nice JS version of Ruby on Rails to integrate it with.

Peace Out,


Comment by Axel Grace — September 26, 2007

Its nice.

Comment by DESIGNEXPANSE.COM — September 27, 2007

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