[horde] does exist an Horde app for ...
Michael J Rubinsky
mrubinsk at horde.org
Wed Mar 26 14:38:46 UTC 2014
Quoting Steffen <skhorde at smail.inf.fh-bonn-rhein-sieg.de>:
> I'm going to like my Horde5 installation and want to open it to a
> wider useage.
> 1) I would like to use Horde as a portal for little applications,
> that are not written in PHP, but are currently all web applications
> with flexible or self-made interface, which I can adopt easily.
> Is there an app to let Horde do all the session stuff,
> authentification, menu at the top and a custom submeny left (like
> Kronolith) and the remaining page is content from a http request to
> another web app or a call to an external program that returns HTML?
> The links within return page need to fit some guidelines, only
> relative or whatsoever. Somehow the authentification has to be
> passed, ... .
Nothing like what you describe. The proper way to do this would be
through the external application's API. Depending you your needs you
could write a Horde_Block or a complete horde application that makes
calls to the external application. You can use Horde's RPC, HTTP,
and/or OAUTH clients to communicate with web services or make calls to
local cli apps. If these external apps are publicly known, you might
consider writing a framework package to communicate with the app and
use *it* in your custom horde app/block.
> 2) I would like to use Horde to let user attend to events and cancel
> their attandance without invitation link.
> Assume someone sets up a calendar, adds 40 events, configures how
> many attendees each particular event may have at maximum and makes
> it available to a group of users. Now each user may book such event
> up to the maximum number of attendees per event. But each user
> should be able, to "cancel" his/her booking, too. Booked events
> should be available in Kronolith.
> More or less a Horde Doodle.
Nothing *exactly* like this already exists, though you can get *some*
of the functionality using resources. I think there might even be an
open enhancement for this on bugs.horde.org.
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