FullCalendar can display events from a public google Calendar. google Calendar can serve as a backend that manages and persistently stores event data (a feature that FullCalendar currently lacks). You must have google calendar API key, make your google calendar public and obtain your google calendar's ID. Please visit this link for all the documentation
A URL of a JSON feed that the calendar will fetch Event Objects from. FullCalendar will visit the URL whenever it needs new event data. This happens when the user clicks prev/next or changes views. FullCalendar will determine the date-range it needs events for and will pass that information along in GET parameters.
Determines the timezone in which dates throughout the API are
parsed and rendered.
false (default), 'local', 'UTC', a timezone string ('America/Chicago') Each of these possible values has an effect on (1) the way
event data requests are made, (2) the timezones that event
dates are represented in, and (3) the timezones that other
dates in the API are represented in.