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pickadate

  •    Javascript

The mobile-friendly, responsive, and lightweight jQuery date & time input picker.I am looking for project maintainers to keep pickadate up to date and bug-free. As it stands, there are quite a few issues are that ready to be resolved and merged, but I would like help from someone in championing it forward.

moment - Parse, validate, manipulate, and display dates in javascript.

  •    Javascript

A lightweight JavaScript date library for parsing, validating, manipulating, and formatting dates.Moment 2.10.0 does not bring any new features, but the code is now written in ECMAScript 6 modules and placed inside src/. Previously moment.js, locale/*.js and test/moment/*.js, test/locale/*.js contained the source of the project. Now the source is in src/, temporary build (ECMAScript 5) files are placed under build/umd/ (for running tests during development), and the moment.js and locale/*.js files are updated only on release.




date-fns - ⏳ Modern JavaScript date utility library ⌛️

  •    Javascript

⚠️ Warning: the current master represents v2 pre-release version of the library. See v1 branch.Pinned: see a brief comparison with Moment.js.

maya - Datetimes for Humans™

  •    Python

Datetimes are very frustrating to work with in Python, especially when dealing with different locales on different systems. This library exists to make the simple things much easier, while admitting that time is an illusion (timezones doubly so). Datetimes should be interacted with via an API written for humans.

Chronology - Building a better date/time library for Swift

  •    Swift

Chronology is an attempt to build a better date and time API for Swift on top of the constructs provided by Foundation. Foundation.framework has one of the absolute best and most capable APIs available to any developer on any platform. However, it comes with a heavy price in the form of cognitive load. Too many developers do too many incorrect things. Over the years, Foundation has gained more and more convenience methods via the Calendar type, but fundamental issues remain.

moment

  •    PHP

Date library for parsing, manipulating and formatting dates w/ i18n. PHP 5.3 or later since moment.php is based on php's DateTime Class.


pendulum - Python datetimes made easy

  •    Python

Python datetimes made easy. Supports Python 2.7+, 3.4+ and PyPy.

spacetime - A lightweight javascript timezone library

  •    Javascript

Make add, subtract, hour, date, day, month, quarter, and goto methods all return a new instance of Spacetime leaving original date instance unmutated. There is another situation where you may see a console.warn - if you give it a timezone, but then set a ISO-date string with a different offset, like 2017-04-03T08:00:00-0700 (-7hrs UTC offset). It sets the timezone to UTC-7, but also gives a warning.

git-time-machine - Atom package that allows you to travel back in commit history

  •    CoffeeScript

git-time-machine is a package for Atom that allows you to travel back in time! It shows visual plot of commits to the current file over time and you can click on it on the timeplot or hover over the plot and see all of the commits for a time range. To open the timeplot, just use the keyboard shortcut alt+t.

Time - 🕰 Type-safe time calculations in Swift, powered by generics

  •    Swift

To represent 10 minutes. Although, in my opinion, you would rarely need to.

flatpickr - lightweight, powerful javascript datetimepicker with no dependencies

  •    TypeScript

Almost every large SPA or project involves date and time input. Browser's native implementations of those are inconsistent and limited in functionality. Most other libraries require you to pull in heavy dependencies like jQuery, Bootstrap, and moment.js. I wanted something that was good-looking out of the box, dependency-free, powerful, and extensible. flatpickr provides more functionality at a fraction of the size of other libraries.

Optimizing-Swift-Build-Times - Collection of advice on optimizing compile times of Swift projects.

  •    Swift

Collection of advice on optimizing compile times of Swift projects. Swift is constantly improving ❤️. For the time being, though, long compile times persist as a big issue when working on medium-to-large apps. The goal of this project is to gather all there is that can help you shorten your build times.

timecop - A gem providing "time travel", "time freezing", and "time acceleration" capabilities, making it simple to test time-dependent code

  •    Ruby

A gem providing "time travel" and "time freezing" capabilities, making it dead simple to test time-dependent code. It provides a unified method to mock Time.now, Date.today, and DateTime.now in a single call. Let's say you want to test a "live" integration wherein entire days could pass by in minutes while you're able to simulate "real" activity. For example, one such use case is being able to test reports and invoices that run in 30 day cycles in very little time, while also being able to simulate activity via subsequent calls to your application.

tinytime - ⏰ A straightforward date and time formatter in <1kb

  •    Javascript

A straightforward date and time formatter in <800b. tinytime exports a single function that returns a template object. This object has a single method, render, which takes a Date and returns a string with the rendered data.

BuildTimeAnalyzer-for-Xcode - Build Time Analyzer for Swift

  •    Swift

Build Time Analyzer is a macOS app that shows you a break down of Swift build times. See this post and this post on Medium for context. Open up the app and follow the instructions.