Welcome to the official Cal.com docs. To help get you started, we've put together a few resources to help you learn about how to use Cal.com. We have also provided advanced documentation covering how to build on top of Cal.com both in the codebase, by API and more. These guides will go into depth on how you can best integrate and extend Cal.com for your needs.
Feeling like an eager beaver? Jump in to the quick start docs and get making your first request:
If you would like to get right into exploring our core features which are available to you for free, you can head straight to our Core Features section:
Cal.com offers a variety of premium features which can be accessed through aquiring the enterprise license. To get an idea of what you get in return for the enterprise license, you can head to our Enterprise Features section:
The Cal.com API is a REST-styled API that gives full control over the entire Cal.com platform by providing all the resources available to our customers, exposed as simple HTTP endpoints. The Cal.com API is organized around REST. Our API has predictable resource-oriented URLs, accepts JSON-encoded request bodies, returns JSON-encoded responses, and uses standard HTTP response codes, authentication, and verbs.
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Dive a little deeper and start exploring our API reference to get an idea of everything that's possible with the API:API Reference →
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