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jQuery Detect TimeZone Plugin


This jQuery plugin leverages Jon Nylander's jstimezonedetect (based on work by Josh Fraser). It could able to set the current timezone value by calling .val on the selector. This generally assumes the selector is an input (text or hidden). It is also retrieves current browser timezone.

Joda Time - Java Date and Time API


Joda-Time provides a quality replacement for the Java date and time classes. The standard date and time classes prior to Java SE 8 are poor. By tackling this problem head-on, Joda-Time has become the de facto standard date and time library for Java. The design allows for multiple calendar systems, while still providing a simple API. The 'default' calendar is the ISO8601 standard which is used by XML. The Gregorian, Julian, Buddhist, Coptic, Ethiopic and Islamic systems are also included.

PrettyTime - Social Style Date and Time Formatting for Java


PrettyTime is an OpenSource time formatting library. Completely customizable, it creates human readable, relative timestamps like those seen on Digg, Twitter, and Facebook. It has support for over 30 languages.




Time4J - Advanced date, time and interval library for Java


Time4J is thought as a complete and high-end replacement for old java classes around java.util.Date, java.util.Calendar and java.text.SimpleDateFormat. This project is also intended as first-class alternative to the popular libraries JodaTime and its successor JSR-310 (Threeten) since the target audience of Time4J will not only be business Java developers, but also developers with a more scientific background (for example extended time scale support including leap seconds or historically accurate dates).

Time4A - Advanced Date and Time Library for Android


Time4A is an advanced Date and Time Library for Android. This project is a specialized version of Time4J-v3.x (using the branch level6 - starting with version v3.5) and distributes an AAR-library suitable for the Android platform. It is not modularized like Time4J itself, but its (single) artifact "time4j-android" replaces the Time4J-modules "core", "i18n", "calendar", "olson" and "tzdata". Hence the only Time4J-modules which might be combined with this AAR-library are just "misc" and "range" if needed.

ThreeTen - Backport of DateTime functionality based on JSR-310 to Java SE 6 and 7


Backport of functionality based on JSR-310 to JDK1.7. This is NOT an implementation of JSR-310. Instead, this is a simple backport intended to allow users to quickly use the JSR-310 API on Java SE 6 and 7. The backport should be referred to using the "ThreeTen" name.



ical4j - A Java library for parsing and building iCalendar data models


iCal4j is a Java library used to read and write iCalendar data streams as defined in RFC2445. The iCalendar standard provides a common data format used to store information about calendar-specific data such as events, appointments, to-do lists, etc. All of the popular calendaring tools, such as Lotus Notes, Outlook and Apple's iCal also support the iCalendar standard.For a concise description of the goals and directions of iCal4j please take a look at the open issues.

dateparse - GoLang Parse any date string without knowing format in advance.


Parse any date string without knowing format in advance. Uses a scanner to read bytes and use a state machine to find format. Much faster than shotgun based parse methods. See bench_test.go for performance comparison.Timezones The location your server is configured effects the results! See example or https://play.golang.org/p/IDHRalIyXh and last paragraph here https://golang.org/pkg/time/#Parse.

durafmt - :clock8: Better time duration formatting in Go!


durafmt is a tiny Go library that formats time.Duration strings into a human readable format.Contributions are welcome! Fork this repo and add your changes and submit a PR.

timeutil - timeutil - useful extensions (Timedelta, Strftime, ...) to the golang's time package


timeutil provides useful extensions (Timedelta, Strftime, ...) to the golang's time package.All fields are optional and default to 0. You can initialize any type of timedelta by specifying field values which you want to use.

carbon - Carbon for Golang, an extension for Time


A simple extension for Time based on PHP's Carbon library.You can also check the examples/ folder for more examples.

go-persian-calendar - The implementation of the Persian (Solar Hijri) Calendar in Go (golang)


Go Persian Calendar v0.3 provides functionality for conversion among Persian (Solar Hijri) and Gregorian calendars. A Julian calendar is used as an interface for all conversions. The package name is ptime and it is compatible with the package time. All months are available with both Iranian and Dari Persian names. This source code is licensed under MIT license that can be found in the LICENSE file.First install Go SDK and set up your GOPATH, then use the following command to install ptime.

rapidatetime - Datetime functionality from the C API for R


This package provides C-level date / datetime functionality taken from the R sources and made available for use by other packages.It is useful if you are writing C (or C++) code in an R package which needs to parse, format or transform date(time) objects, and want to do this at the compiled level, i.e. faster than calling back to the corresponding R level function could do it.