Cronofy provides a suite of Calendar Synchronization and Scheduling API end points along with a series UI Elements to allow you to quickly integrate scheduling into your applications.
Cronofy sits as an information conduit between applications and their user’s calendar service providers.
End-users authorize an application to access their calendar(s) through Cronofy. Cronofy then brokers that access to the application to provide:
- A real-time synchronization engine that tracks activity on connected calendar.
- An authorization model that supports linking multiple calendar accounts.
- A permissions model that ensures applications only get access to the data they need.
- A single API for interacting with calendar data across all conencted calendar service providers.
- Web hooks for tracking changes
- Scheduling APIs to help you integrate event the most complex scheduling requirements into your applications.
- Embeddable UI Elements to fast-track development and benefit from UX best practice we’ve learnt from working with thousands of applications.
In This Section
- Basic operations to work with calendars and events.
- How to obtain authorization from your users to access their calendars.
- Working with corporate calendars at domain level to better satisfy enterprise security concerns and access resources.
- How Cronofy can be used to integrated rich scheduling features into your application.
- Push Notifications (Web Hooks) are how Cronofy keeps your application up to date with changes in real-time
- Creating trackable calendar invites.
- Cronofy currently provides two data centers one in the USA, the default, and one in Germany. They are run as completely separate instances with no data flow between. This allows you to ensure data is kept within jurisdictional boundaries, eg. the EEA.
- Frequently asked questions about working with the Cronofy service.
- The detailed API reference for all features of the Cronofy API
- The reference for the latest additions to the Cronofy API.
- SDKs for Cronofy for the major development languages and environments.