Writing events for the Google Calendar API is easy, but when it comes to calendar sync, that's only half the story. Synchronization between different calendar services is an important part of connecting an application to a user's calendar.
The Cronofy Calendar API is designed to serve the needs of applications delivering real-time synchronization.
When an event is created on Google Calendar and sent to someone that doesn't use Google Calendar, events can be updated independently. This means users may miss out on crucial information.
Cronofy creates one version of an event that syncs between every calendar service. There are no risks of events being updated separately.
Cronofy also differentiates between updates to your events and other events in the calendar, streamlining your application so that it only deals with what it needs to.