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ICS Calendar Pro version 4.9.3 fixes a couple of bugs in the “list” tab of Full view

ICS Calendar Pro version 4.9.3 is now available. This update fixes a couple of bugs in the “list” tab of Full view, including one very frustrating one that made list view nearly unusable on mobile devices. Since Full view is based on the FullCalendar.io open source templating system, we don’t have complete control over how…

ICS Calendar v.10.12.1 and ICS Calendar Pro v.4.9.0 now available

Today marks the release of ICS Calendar version 10.12.1 and ICS Calendar Pro version 4.9.0. These are incremental updates, focused mainly on minor bug fixes and enhancements. The primary changes in both versions are: The combinemultiday parameter now works properly regardless of the site’s Week starts on setting. (It previously only labeled events spanning across…

ICS Calendar v.10.11.5 and ICS Calendar Pro v.4.8.4 now available

Today marks the release of ICS Calendar version 10.11.5 and ICS Calendar Pro 4.8.4. These updates primarily include bug fixes, with a few new features. Many new features are in the works for the upcoming ICS Calendar 11.0 and Pro 5.0 updates, which should be available in August or September. In the meantime, today’s updates…

ICS Calendar v.10.11.1 and Pro v.4.8.2 now available

Today ICS Calendar version 10.11.1 and ICS Calendar Pro version 4.8.2 are available. These are maintenance releases, with a moderate severity bug fix, along with some parity feature updates for Pro — adding support for new shortcode parameters into the Calendar Builder. The bug fix involves an issue with caching. Specifically, a recent update to…

ICS Calendar 10.10.0 and ICS Calendar Pro 4.8.0 are now available

This afternoon saw the release of the latest versions of both plugins, ICS Calendar 10.10.0 and ICS Calendar Pro 4.8.0. These are the first releases under a new development process that will ensure fewer small updates moving forward. These updates are mostly focused on three things: General bug fixes and performance improvements Refactored jQuery to…

Regenerate Instance… a new option in ICS Calendar Pro 4.4.10

It doesn’t happen that often… which is why this issue didn’t surface sooner. But in some cases, if you’re moving your site from one server to another — for example, if you’ve built a site on a staging server and then you’re copying the finished site to the live server — you won’t be able to activate…

A few important changes in ICS Calendar 10.7.1 and ICS Calendar Pro 4.4.3

Today ICS Calendar version 10.7.1 and ICS Calendar Pro version 4.4.3 are available. I strongly encourage users to upgrade both. (If you are running Pro, be sure to also get the 10.7.1 upgrade to the free version.) The recently introduced Load JS and CSS files on wp_enqueue_scripts action option has been removed, replaced with more…

ICS Calendar Pro v.4.4.2 adds numerous “missing” features to Full view

When ICS Calendar Pro version 4.0 rolled out at the end of December, it introduced the new Full view, based on the FullCalendar library. It was a huge new feature, but it was, necessarily, incomplete. In web development terms, we talk about a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). It’s a good way of approaching a project…

ICS Calendar 10.6 and ICS Calendar Pro 4.3 released

Wrapping up our big late December-early January development push, ICS Calendar version 10.6 and ICS Calendar Pro version 4.3 are now available! These versions include a wide ranging number of “under-the-hood” changes as well as some improvements you’ll notice on the page. Some of these were detailed in “teaser” blog posts earlier this week. The…

Sneak preview: Masonry view coming in ICS Calendar Pro v.4.3

This is a new feature that was spurred by a user request. This user liked what List view offers, but wanted to incorporate Masonry for a more compelling design. Honestly I’m not quite sure how much of a future the classic JavaScript-based Masonry has, as it seems to have been at least partially usurped by…

Deprecation notice: Grid view is deprecated as of ICS Calendar Pro v.4.2.0

Deprecation is a funny word. Outside of the context of programming, it is generally only heard as part of the phrase “self-deprecating.” To be modest or critical of oneself, often in a humorous way. So what is deprecation in the programming sense? Basically it just means, “this still works, but you should stop using it.”…