later - A javascript library for defining recurring schedules and calculating future (or past) occurrences for them

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Later is a library for describing recurring schedules and calculating their future occurrences. It supports a very flexible schedule definition including support for composite schedules and schedule exceptions. Create new schedules manually, via Cron expression, via text expressions, or using a fully chainable API. For more information on SemVer, please visit http://semver.org/.

http://bunkat.github.io/later/
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