The SobiPro Calendar Field lets you create a complete events site.Documentation - Calendar Field
For that it is possible to make the calendar field become the setting to specify entry start publishing date or entry stop publishing date. Also recurring dates like daily, weekly, monthly and yearly dates are possible.
The date field features a popup calendar in the entry add/edit form that lets users easily select a date. In addition, there are sliders that allow you to choose a specific time as well.
A calendar listing shows you all dates entered in your events site in a specific calendar view.
Schema.org is supported.
2.1 (01 September 2014)
(+) Adapters for ImEx App
(+) Italian, Catalan, Farsi and Slovak languages added (thanks to our translation teams)
(!) Czech, Croatian and Hungarian languages updated
(#) Wrong month in yearly date recurring (Issue #1224)
(#) Wrong dates for entry with enabled time period (Issue #1225)
(#) Year switched when browsing from Feb to Jan, instead of Jan to Dec (Issue #1295)
2.0 (03 February 2014)
(+) SobiPro 1.1 compatibility
(+) Arabic, Czech, Croatian, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese languages added (thanks to our translation teams); (some languages are translated only partially)
(+) Support for schema.org
(+) Calendar view
(+) Recurrent dates
(+) Possibility to define start and end date
(!) Date/time selector is using now native SobiPro methods (bootstrap)
0.9.2 (29 May 2012)
(+) Added timestamp to attributes
(+) Added languages: French, Finnish, Bulgarian, Dutch, Danish, Greek, Spanish, Hungarian, Russian, Turkish and Chinese (many thanks to our translation teams)
(#) Date was depending on the time zone.
(#) Negative integer filtered out - not possible to have date before 1970 (Issue #567)
(#) Double CSS class cleaned
0.9.1 (13 October 2011)
(#) Date wrong calculated if entry is edited on 32 bit machines
(#) Not possible to set as not required (Issue #524)
0.9.0 (20 September 2011)
(+) Swedish language (thanks to JOKR Solutions)
(#) Range search doesn't work with one parameter only
(#) After first search the date is wrong calculated
(#) Date wrong calculated if entry is edited
(#) Error creating JS language file for the first time
(#) If no time setting checked, hour and minute are shown although
0.5 - first public release (29 August 2011)