Different systems accepts different formats of formating time. E.g. java, jquery: yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm some jquery plugins: yy-mm-dd HH:MM momentjs: YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm ISO-8601: YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm etc On ...
I'm designing a function that given a UTC timestamp will convert it to the local time. The question I have, should the current times DST settings be applied to the conversion, or the timestamps DST ...
I asked this question on Stack Overflow and it was closed as off-topic. I'll ask it here hoping it will do better. This might sound silly, but bear with me. I've been working a lot with intervals and ...
With a YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS date I always store the UTC time. When I pull to display I translate timezones with built-in PHP functions and classes. I believe that is one correct way to do it and it ...
For some systems, the time value 9999-12-31 is used as the "end of time" as the end of the time that the computer can calculate. But what if it changes? Wouldn't it be better to define this time as a ...
I wanted to add timezone support to my blog app but got stuck with a design problem. Every post has a published_on field which stores the publication date in a timezone aware format (UTC converted to ...
I've just read this page http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2010/06/10/jquery-globalization-plugin-from-microsoft.aspx One of the things they did was to convert the arabic date to the arabic ...