Date() for humans
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Date is an english language date parser for node.js and the browser. For examples and demos, see: http://matthewmueller.github.io/date/
Update: date.js now has much better NLP support thanks to @kengz
On the server or in the browser:
npm install date.js
- development: date.js
- minified: date.min.js
Standalone is also AMD-compatible
date('10 minutes from now') date('in 5 hours') date('at 5pm') date('at 12:30') date('at 23:35') date('in 2 days') date('tuesday at 9am') date('monday at 1:00am') date('last monday at 1:00am') date('tomorrow at 3pm') date('yesterday at 12:30am') date('5pm tonight') date('tomorrow at noon') date('next week tuesday') date('next week tuesday at 4:30pm') date('2 weeks from wednesday') date('tomorrow night at 9') date('tomorrow afternoon') date('this morning at 9') date('at 12:30pm') date('tomorrow at 9 in the morning') date('2 years from yesterday at 5pm') date('last month') date('2nd of January') date('1st of March') date('1 st of March') date('31st of September 4:00am') date('1st of January 4:00am') date('9th of December 4:00am') date('tomorrow afternoon at 4:30pm 1 month from now') date('10 seconds ago') date('1 minute ago') date('2 hours ago') date('5 weeks ago') date('2 months ago') date('1 year ago') date('an hour later') date('2w from wednesday') date('2nd day of January') date('two hours later') date('a fortnight from wednesday') date('a minute ago') date('at 12:30') date('at 12.30') date('tuesday at 9') date('tomorrow at 15')
str. You may also supply an optional
offsetto the starting date.
offsetdefaults to the current date and time.
To run the tests, you'll need node.js:
npm install make test
project : date repo age : 2 years, 10 months active : 39 days commits : 87 files : 17 authors : 27 Matt Mueller 31.0% 12 Bulkan Evcimen 13.8% 8 kengz 9.2% 3 Eero Norri 3.4% 2 thomas 2.3% 2 Patrick Stadler 2.3% 1 Christopher Blum 1.1% 1 Federico Rampazzo 1.1% 1 Timothy Cyrus 1.1% 1 chencheng 1.1% 1 HipsterBrown 1.1% 1 Jimmy Gaussen 1.1%
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