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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.

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.




SwiftDate - The best way to manage Dates and Timezones in Swift

  •    Swift

We really ♥ Swift and we think that dates and timezones management should be painless: this is the reason we made SwiftDate, probably the best way to manage date and time in Swift.

quantum-core - :watch: Cron-like job scheduler for Elixir

  •    Elixir

Cron-like job scheduler for Elixir. This README follows master, which may not be the currently published version. Here are the docs for the latest published version of Quantum.

js-joda - :clock2: Immutable date and time library for javascript

  •    Javascript

js-joda is an immutable date and time library for javascript. It provides a simple, domain-driven and clean API based on the ISO8601 calendar. js-joda has a lightweight footprint, only 46 kB minified and compressed, no third party dependencies.

jQuery Detect TimeZone Plugin

  •    JQuery

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.


node-time - "time.h" bindings for Node.js

  •    Javascript

This module offers simple bindings for the C time.h APIs. It also offers an extended native Date object with getTimezone() and setTimezone() functions, which aren't normally part of JavaScript.A special Date constructor that returns a "super" Date instance, that has magic timezone capabilities! You can also pass a timezone as the last argument in order to have a Date instance in the specified timezone.

node-maxmind - Maxmind GEO Lookup

  •    Javascript

Pure Javascript module for Geo IP lookup using Maxmind binary databases (aka mmdb or geoip2). Fastest Maxmind lookup library available - up to 17,000% faster than other libraries. Module has 100% test coverage with comprehensive test suite. It natively works with binary Maxmind database format and doesn't require any "CSV - {specific lib format}" conversions as some other modules do. Maxmind binary databases are highly optimized for size and performance so there's no point working with other than that format. You might want to use geolite2 module with free geo databases. Alternatively, free databases available for download here. If you need better accuracy you should consider buying commercial subscription.

C4F - Timezone Changer

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This is an extension for my MEF Utility Runner to change your system time zone based on your current location. Uses Windows 7 location feature. This project has been written as part of an MSDN Coding 4 Fun article in both C# and VB.

zonebie - Zonebie prevents bugs in code that deals with timezones by randomly assigning a zone on every run

  •    Ruby

Zonebie prevents bugs in code that deals with timezones by randomly assigning a zone on every run. If Zonebie helps trigger a timezone-related bug, you can temporarily assign the ZONEBIE_TZ environment variable to make your tests deterministic while you debug (more information below).

luatz - Time, Date and Timezone library for lua

  •    Lua

A lua library for time and date manipulation.Supported under Lua 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 and LuaJIT.

timezone - Timezone app turning location and unix timestamp into timezone and local time.

  •    Java

Our timezone app turns your location and timestamp into timezone and local time. Thus, if you need local time in your application, just ask GraphHopper timezone. It is microservice you can run wherever you like.

rcppcctz - Rcpp interface to CCTZ library

  •    C++

CCTZ (C++ Time Zone) is an excellent (yet small) C++11 library for translating between absolute times and civil times using the rules defined by a time zone. See its repository (as well as code) for very detailed documentation. CCTZ is being developed by Google but not an officially endorsed product.This package wraps CCTZ for use by R via Rcpp.

date-time-format-timezone - Surgically polyfills timezone support in Intl.DateTimeFormat API

  •    Javascript

Some browsers do not support arbitrary time zone in Intl.DateTimeFormat API (becuase its optional as per ECMA-402 standard). This polyfill is only to bring this support. Polyfill contains historical timezone data, CLDR data & tiny code to polyfill this support.This polyfill can add this support.

jstz - Timezone detection for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

This library allows you to detect a user's timezone from within their browser. It is often useful to use JSTZ in combination with a timezone parsing library such as Moment Timezone.This library is an unofficial fork of pellepim/jstimezonedetect. The original library works well and can be used via CDN, but it was not configured to work with NPM. This meant the library was less accessible because it could not be retrieved with a simple npm command or included as a dependency in package.json. Thus this fork was born.