SabreDAV allows you to easily integrate your existing Web application with WebDAV. It supports most of the common clients, including the Mac OS X Finder, the Windows XP/Vista Explorer, DavFS2, Cadaver, NetDrive, and WebDrive. It supports class 1, 2, and 3 WebDAV servers. It implements RFC2518 and revisions from RFC4918. It also implements RFC2617 (Basic/Digest auth).
|Tags||PHP WebDAV caldav|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Head over to the demo site to see it in action. You can connect with any client, but some caution is advised with OS/X Finder. http://demo.sabredav.org/public/ user/pwd = testuser/test
Release Notes: This release adds many performance fixes, support for webdav-sync, a brand new browser-based debugger, and many more features.
Release Notes: The zip release ships with sabre/vobject 2.1.0. Sabre\DAV\Client::verifyPeer is now a protected property (instead of private). A problem where text was incorrectly escaped in the Href and HrefList properties, disallowing URLs with ampersands (&) in them was fixed. A deserializer was added for Sabre\DAVACL\Property\CurrentUserPrivilegeSet. An issue where the client only deserialized properties with status 200 was fixed. Escaping of XML in 423 Locked error responses was fixed. A beforeGetPropertiesForPath event was added.
Release Notes: The zip release ships with sabre/vobject 2.0.5. The entire codebase has been moved to PHP namespaces. BC Break: every backend package (CalDAV, CardDAV, Auth, Locks, Principals) now has consistent naming conventions. There's a BackendInterface and an AbstractBackend class. BC Break: several constructor signatures have been changed in the CalDAV package to reduce dependencies on the ACL package. BC Break: Sabre_CalDAV_ISharedCalendar now also has a getShares method, so sharees can figure out who is also on a shared calendar.
Release Notes: The zip release ships with sabre/vobject 2.0.5. The ACL plugin advertises support for 'calendarserver-principal-property-search'. This release fixes [#153], allowing for relative http principals in iMip requests. It adds support for cs:first-name and cs:last-name properties in sharing invites. Several properties have been made protected that were private before. There are some non-standard properties for sharing to improve compatibility. There are some bugfixes in the PostgreSQL script.
Release Notes: This major release constitutes about seven months of work, a bunch of new features, and a lot of performance improvements. If you are upgrading from 1.6, be sure to read the migration document for upgrade instructions, and don't forget to back up your database.