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String date and time utilities.

API

Time

  • add : Add an array of string times. Eg. add(['04:20:10', '21:15:10'])
  • str : Format an array of time values into string time. Eg. str([12, 0, 45]) => [ 12, 00, 45 ]
  • sub : Subtract an array of string times. Eg. sub(['20:05:10', '10:10:50']) => [ 9, 54, 20 ]

Date

  • normalize : Normalize string date values returning a valid date as an unsigned integer array.
  • str : Format an array date values into a valid string date.

Install

Yarn

yarn add timelite --dev

NPM

npm install timelite --save-dev

UMD file is also available on unpkg:

<script src="https://unpkg.com/timelite/timelite.umd.min.js"></script>

You can use the library via window.timelite.

Usage

Time

add

Add an array of string time values "HH:mm:ss".

import { add } from 'timelite/time'

add(['04:20:10', '21:15:10'])
// [ 25, 35, 2 ]
add(['04:35:10', '21:35:10'])
// [ 26, 10, 2 ]
add(['30:59', '17:10'])
// [ 48, 09, 0 ]
add(['19:30:00', '00:30:00'])
// [ 20, 00, 0 ]
sub

Subtract an array of string time values "HH:mm:ss".

import { sub } from 'timelite/time'

sub(['20:40:10', '20:10:50'])
// [ 0, 29, 20 ]
sub(['20:05:10', '10:10:50'])
// [ 9, 54, 20 ]
str

Format an array time values into string time.

import { str } from 'timelite/time'

str([12, 10, 45])
// "12:10:45"
str([5, 1, 0])
// "05:01:00"
str([7, 22])
// "07:22:00"

Date

normalize

Normalize string date values returning a valid date as an unsigned integer array.

import { normalize } from 'timelite/date'

normalize('1980-09-02')
// [ 1980, 9, 2 ]
normalize('17')
// [ 2017, 1, 1 ]
normalize('18-04')
// [ 2018, 4, 1 ]
normalize('0-02-31')
// [ 2000, 2, 28 ]
str

Format an array date values into a valid string date.

import { str } from 'timelite/date'

str([ 0, 0, 0 ])
// 2000-01-01
str([ 17, 14, 5 ])
// 2017-12-05
str([ 1988, 2 ])
// 1988-02-01

Contributions

Feel free to send some Pull request or issue.

License

MIT license

© 2018 José Luis Quintana

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Last updated on 03 Feb 2019

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