vCard Example using class_vcard from Troy Wolf

Author: Troy Wolf (troy@troywolf.com)
Modified Date: 2005-07-14 13:30



The vCard icon above is a link to download my vCard. The vCard format is recognized by many contact management systems. For example, you can open a vCard file (.vcf) in Outlook Contacts.

How did I create the vcf file? Well, one way is to simply create your own contact record in a vCard compatible program such as Outlook and choose to export a vCard file. However, if you want to programmatically generate vCards from your own website data, you'll need a way to script the generation of vCards. This is where my vCard class comes in.

The icon above is a link to a page named vcard_example.php. The source code for this page is mostly comments--there's really not much to it! The class makes it easy.
vcard_example.php source

vcard_example.php uses the class_vcard.php class file.
class_vcard.php source

Create your own vCard

I will not save any data you enter in the form below nor will I use it for any purpose other than to programmatically generate a vCard file that will only exist in memory while the script creates your vCard--less than 1 second.

First Name
Last Name
Company
Title
Street
City    
Email Address
Office Phone
Mobile Phone
 
This form submits to a script named vcard.php.
vcard.php source

About the author

Troy Wolf operates ShinySolutions Webhosting, and is the author of SnippetEdit--a PHP application providing browser-based website editing that even non-technical people can use. Website editing as easy as it gets. Troy has been a professional Internet and database application developer for over 12 years. He has many years' experience with ASP, VBScript, PHP, Javascript, DHTML, CSS, SQL, and XML on Windows and Linux platforms. Check out Troy's Code Library.

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