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HGCircularSlider - A custom reusable circular / progress slider control for iOS application.

  •    Swift

To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first. Full documentation is available on CocoaDocs. You can also install documentation locally using jazzy.

truetime-android - Android NTP time library

  •    Java

Make sure to check out our counterpart too: TrueTime, an NTP library for Swift.NTP client for Android. Calculate the date and time "now" impervious to manual changes to device clock time.

AGCircularPicker - AGCircularPicker is helpful component for creating a controller aimed to manage any calculated parameter

  •    Swift

We are pleased to offer you our new free lightweight plugin named AGCircularPicker. AGCircularPicker is helpful for creating a controller aimed to manage any calculated parameter. For example, it can be used as a countdown timer or for keeping the score in the game interface.

HTC Home for Windows


HTC Home is a widget that shows nice animated clock with weather forecast like on HTC phones.

555 Calculator


A simple calculator to help choosing resistor and capacitor values to get the frequency you're looking for on a 555 timer.

High-Resolution Online Digital Clock

  •    ASPNET

High-resolution Digital Clock: light-weight Javascript code snippet added to ASP.NET Web page could enrich user experience and overall impression

Silverlight Virtual Earth World Clock

  •    Silverlight

This is a world clock using Virtual Earth for the world clock. It uses Silverlight and Virtual Earth through the VIEWS wrapper (also a codeplex project). Originally it was created as a simple, but flashy :) demo of Silverlight for global aware apps.


  •    WPF

SpiralClock is a UserControl developed in WPF that allows you to arrange events on a 24h spiral clock. It can be templated.

countdownjs - A simple JavaScript API for producing an accurate, intuitive description of the timespan between two Date instances

  •    Javascript

A simple JavaScript API for producing an accurate, intuitive description of the timespan between two Date instances. While seemingly a trivial problem, the human descriptions for a span of time tend to be fuzzier than a computer naturally computes. More specifically, months are an inherently messed up unit of time. For instance, when a human says "in 1 month" how long do they mean? Banks often interpret this as thirty days but that is only correct one third of the time. People casually talk about a month being four weeks long but there is only one month in a year which is four weeks long and it is only that long about three quarters of the time. Even intuitively defining these terms can be problematic. For instance, what is the date one month after January 31st, 2001? JavaScript will happily call this March 3rd, 2001. Humans will typically debate either February 28th, 2001 or March 1st, 2001. It seems there isn't a "right" answer, per se.

git-hours - Estimate time spent on a git repository

  •    Javascript

Estimate time spent on a git repository. From a person working 8 hours per day, it would take more than 3 years to build Bootstrap.

TimeCircles - jQuery plugin to show time since or time until a specific time

  •    Javascript

TimeCircles is a jQuery plugin that provides a nice looking way to either count down towards a certain time, or to count up from a certain time. The goal for TimeCircles is to provide a simple yet dynamic tool that makes it very easy to provide visitors an attractive countdown or timer. This documentation will provide some examples of how to use TimeCircles. Usage of TimeCircles can be very simple, but for those willing to work a little harder can also provide more sophisticated functionality. The examples aim to provide a good basic idea of how various features can be used without overcomplicating things.


  •    JQuery

Reverse count down jquery plugin for displaying countdown as per your need. It also displays current time.

timezone - Full-blown timezone aware date math and formatting for JavaScript in 2.7k.

  •    Javascript

Small, elegant, Olson educated, timezone aware date math and `strftime` date formatting in pure JavaScript with no dependendcies for Node.js and the browser. Timezone uses the Olson/IANA timezone database. Timezone is aware of every clock transition in the Olson database. Timezones supports the full compilment of `strftime` format specifiers defined by GNU `date`. Timezone can perform date math and adjust for daylight savings time. Timezone works in the browser too where it is less than 3K minified and gzipped.

clocksy - Transport-agnostic client-server clock synchronization

  •    Javascript

Transport-agnostic client-server clock synchronization.Maybe your client application merges real-time streams from a server with locally-generated data. Or you want to determine just what the server thinks it is "now", so that you can correctly graph real-time values.

vue-analog-clock-range - Vue Analog Clock Range Component

  •    Vue

Vue Analog Clock Range is a simple clock range component for Vue.MIT.

animated-clock-icon - Easy-to-use animated clock icon for Android

  •    Kotlin

There is an ImageView wrapper that simply draws the icon and provides an API to work with it. You can use it in any layout.

BlinkenClock - Wall-Clock based on a RGB-LED Stripe

  •    C++

A Wall-Clock based on a RGB-LED Stripe. Inspired by Bjoern Knorr.

tzupdate - Set the system timezone based on IP geolocation

  •    Python

tzupdate is a fully automated utility to set the system time using geolocation. By default, tzupdate will geolocate you, get the timezone for that geolocation, and then attempt to link that timezone to /etc/localtime. You can pass -p to print the detected timezone without linking. You can also pass -a to pass an IP address to use, instead of geolocating you.