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google-calendar-dayview

0.5.0 • Public • Published

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google-calendar-dayview

Setup

  • Log in to a Google Account that has access to the calendars you want to display, go to the API & Service Credentials page and create a new project.
  • Click the Create credentials button, select OAuth client ID and configure a Consent Screen first (enter a product name of your choice and leave everything else blank). Then chose Other as the application type using any name you like.
  • Download the credentials using the Download JSON button and put it in a sufficiently secure location (it does contain your client secret), e.g. ~/.gcd-auth/credentials.json.
  • Generate the authentication URL:
    node dist/backend/cli auth-url --credentials ~/.gcd-auth/credentials.json
  • Open the returned URL in your browser and use the generated code to create a bearer token:
    node dist/backend/cli get-token --credentials ~/.gcd-auth/credentials.json --code <code>
  • Save that token in a separate file, e.g. ~/.gcd-auth/token.json.
  • If this is the first project of this kind you are using, you may have to enable the Calendar API.
  • You should now be able to start the server using the two files created above:
    node dist/backend/cli serve --credentials ~/.gcd-auth/credentials.json --token ~/.gcd-auth/token.json --calendars config.json

install

npm i google-calendar-dayview

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0.5.0

license

ISC

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