should help you out When I try to execute your code I get this message: Google Calendar API: Access Not Configured. The API (Calendar API) is not enabled for your project. Please use the Google Developers Console to update your configuration. Tried it here: http://jsfiddle.net/wyu757pr/1/
it should still fix some issue It seems that there's not going to be a lot of help in this area. I finally managed to figure things out for myself from what ever materials I was able to find. I suggest to start by creating a mock-up project to test things out. Once you have that working, you can port what you have over to an existing project. Be advised though, if it doesn't work there you'll probably end up doing a bit of sleuthing to chase down the problem that's not necessarily related to Google's API.
it should still fix some issue i am working on a project symfony3 to integrate googleCalendar with fullcaldendar. I'd like to use the googlecalendar to feed the fullcalendar to show all the events i had in googlecalendar,and then each time when i change a event in fullcalendar, it will be changed also in googlecalendar. So the step is to get the google events from googleCalendar which i have done already and i have tried to make it in format of json: , In my project, I do it this way:
I wish did fix the issue. This is because the serviceaccount is the account creating the events. You do have several options though. 1) If you have a G Suite account, use domain wide delegation on the serviceaccount, and impersonate the you want to use. It has to be in the G Suite domain of course. This example is for the Admin SDK, but it's still the best example of impersonation. The line credentials = credentials.create_delegated(user_email) is the one of interest.