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MiG Calendar Component Released

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MiG InfoCom is proud to announce the immediate availability of v5.2 of the MiG Calendar Component.

MiG Calendar is a very flexible, fast and user friendly calendaring component written for the Java platform. You can create everything from full blown calendar applications to time based visualization of events and activities.

Press the tumbnails to go to the screenshots page-

There are Web Start links at our trial and downloads page. There you can also find the API JavaDoc and a FAQ as well as manuals and guides.

We have also just opened our online shop which is hosted by ComponentSource.

The Demo Application and Theme Editor have both been updated to v1.1.

Change logs: Component History, Demo application History and Theme Editor History.

Comments are very welcome at our forums or to support (at) miginfocom.com.

If you want to stay on top of updates and/or product releases you can join any of our mailing lists here.

Mikael Grev
MiG InfoCom AB
MiG Calendar Product Site
[ March 08, 2005: Message edited by: Mikael Grev ]
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