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concrete5 version 8.3 contains a lot of new features.
The biggest of these is an integrated new calendar.
Based on the previously commercial core team Calendar add-on for version 5.7 and above, the integrated calendar builds upon this backbone to offer more features than any calendar add-on has for concrete5.
The calendar block is perfect for displaying a pageable calendar on the front-end of your site, with support for lightbox data, linking to event detail pages, asynchronous loading of events, and more.If you know how to code (most of us don’t), you can create an RSS feed by using XML to declare the channel, title of your feed, links to your channel, and more.You then will need to add a new item each time you create a new episode so that your episode will show up in your readers’ feeds.You can also display this calendar block data in an Agenda view: Additionally, the Event List block is a perfect way to display featured events in an interactive way: With all of these building blocks, you can use the built-in concrete5 calendar as a basis for powerful multi-user calendar experiences.We can't wait to see what you build, knowing that these tools are included in the core, for free, and will continue to get better and better.