InfyCal

Install InfyCal

If you have purchased the InfyCal system then you will be able to find dist.zip within the main zip.

Setup InfyCal System

If you have purchased the InfyCal system then you will be able to find the zip named dist.zip

If you want to setup InfyCal into your local environment then you can take help from here.

Now if you want to setup InfyCal on your server then you can directly copy the dist.zip folder to your web root directory on server and the following steps:

1. Copy files to web server

Upload dist.zip to your web server's root (public_html) and extract it there.

2. Setup Default DB

  1. Open PHPMyAdmin on your server and do a login.

  2. Click on the Databases tab.

  3. Create a new database and specify a Database name of your choice and Click Create button.

  4. Now on the left, select the database (infycal) OR the one that you have created.

  5. Click Import in the top menu

  6. Under Import, choose the default sql file from dist/database/infycal.sql and click button Go.

3. Setup environment .env file

  1. Open .env file from your server's root folder.

Setup Default DB

You need to change the following information into your environment (.env) file.

- APP_NAME - Name of your Application/Library System - APP_URL - Change this URL with your server URL (including trailing path if you are putting it in sub folder or root website) - DB_HOST - Put your database hostname here - DB_PORT - Put your database port here if it does not default to 3306 - DB_DATABASE - Change it to your database name - DB_USERNAME - Name of your database user - DB_PASSWORD - Password of your database user

You will also need to set up mail configuration and update the following variables. You can use the below video for the reference on how to setup email configuration for cPanel servers.

- MAIL_DRIVER - MAIL_HOST - MAIL_PORT - MAIL_USERNAME - MAIL_PASSWORD - MAIL_ENCRYPTION - MAIL_FROM_ADDRESS - MAIL_FROM_NAME

If you want to store your files to direct your s3 bucket then you have to use following .env variables. You need to change FILESYSTEM_DRIVER and MEDIA_DISK value to s3 when you are using AWS file storage.

- AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID= - AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY= - AWS_DEFAULT_REGION=us-east-1 - AWS_BUCKET= - AWS_ENDPOINT= - AWS_URL=

Or you can use your choice of storage driver to store your media assets if you want. All of your attachments will be placed into that.

Set Stripe configuration it is using while payments. Here is some links by using it you will get an idea about how to generate stripe API keys.

Set up the Paypal Credentials into env:

You have to create account from Here and then you can find steps here to generate keys Here

- PAYPAL_CLIENT_ID= - PAYPAL_SECRET= # change mode to "live" while moving to production - PAYPAL_MODE="live"

Follow below guide to make the Google Calendar Integration works. you need to set following env. You need to enable the google calendar API, Please Click Here to generate the the OAuth file.

Also Watch this video to get the file.

Set the redirect URL to : YOUR_APP_URL/google/redirect // e.g https://infy-cal.com/google/redirect

Put the downloaded file to storage/your-file-name.json

- GOOGLE_OAUTH_PATH="your-file-name.json"

And you should be ready to go.

4. Admin login

You can log in as admin using below credentials.

Admin Credentials:

YOUR_APP_URL/login

Email / Password: admin@infycal.com / 123456