Time 0.1

This class provides a rails like syntax for stating times - such as 4..days().ago() - for creating dates.



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Author
Arieh Glazer
Current version
0.1
GitHub
arieh/Time
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1313
Category
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  • _self_/_current_: core/1.2.4 : [Class, Object]

How to use

Time

The package contains 3 tools - Time - a generic class for creating dates. Usage is as follows:

var time = new Time(4);
time.days().ago(); //4 days ago
time.years().from_now(); //4 years from now

The class also accepts a second argument - a date. If supplied, it will use it as it's origin (see more at the Docs). For changing the count, you can supply it as an argument for the range method -

time.days(20).ago(); //20 days ago

The available ranges are:

  1. seconds
  2. minutes
  3. hours
  4. days
  5. weeks
  6. months
  7. years

Note that all rage methods return Date instances.

Number.Time

The package adds the range methods to the Number prototype, like it works on rails. So you can do

4..days().from_now();
20..months().ago();

Notice the double dot notation - it is required so that JS will know you aren't using the decimal point

Date.time

Lastly, the package adds it's syntax to the date prototype. In order for it to work you must supply a counter for the range methods:

var d = new Date();

d.days(3).ago(); //3 days from that date

5..days().ago().weeks(3).from_now(); //3 weeks from 5 days ago

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