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Cromag - Advanced Date and Time, No Monkeys

Build Status

In a Nutshell

  • Drop in replacement for Date
  • Adds tons of functionality
  • Works in Node.js and in the browser
  • 19 static methods, 69 instance methods
  • No monkeys

Using in the browser

<script src="cromag.min.js"></script>
<script>
  var now = new Cromag();
  console.log(now.toString());
</script>

Using in Node.js

$ npm install cromag

var Cromag = require('cromag');

var now = new Cromag();
console.log(now.toString());

API

Constructor

Creates a Cromag instance which allows you to work with dates and times.

new Cromag()
new Cromag(milliseconds)
new Cromag(dateString)
new Cromag(year, month, day [, hour, minute, second, millisecond ])

milliseconds - Number representing the number of milliseconds since 1 January 1970 00:00:00 UTC

dateString - String value representing a date

year - Number representing the year

month - Number representing the month, 0 for January through 11 for December

day - Number representing the day of the month 1-31

hour - Number representing the hour of the day 0-23

minute - Number representing the minute of the hour 0-59

second - Number representing the second of the minute 0-59

millisecond - Number representing the millisecond 0-999

Static Methods

now

Returns the number of milliseconds of the current time. Equivalent to +new Cromag() or new Cromag().valueOf()

Cromag.now()

parse

Returns the number of milliseconds of the time passed as dateString.

Cromag.parse(dateString)
Cromag.parse(dateString, format)

dateString - String value representing a date

format - String representing a date format

UTC

Returns the number of milliseconds representing universal time for the parameters provided. These parameters are the same as the long form of the constructor.

Cromag.UTC(year, month, day)
Cromag.UTC(year, month, day, hour)
Cromag.UTC(year, month, day, hour, minute)
Cromag.UTC(year, month, day, hour, minute, second)
Cromag.UTC(year, month, day, hour, minute, second, millisecond)

year - Number representing the year

month - Number representing the month, 0 for January through 11 for December

day - Number representing the day of the month 1-31

hour - Number representing the hour of the day 0-23

minute - Number representing the minute of the hour 0-59

second - Number representing the second of the minute 0-59

millisecond - Number representing the millisecond 0-999

today

Returns a new instance of Cromag set to 00:00:00 local time of the current day.

Cromag.today()

tomorrow

Returns a new instance of Cromag set to 00:00:00 local time of the next day.

Cromag.tomorrow()

yesterday

Returns a new instance of Cromag set to 00:00:00 local time of the previous day.

Cromag.yesterday()

validateDay

Returns boolean as to whether the date passed is valid.

Cromag.validateDay(day, year, month)

day - Number representing the day of the month, 1-31

year - Number representing the year

month - Number representing the month, 0-11

validateYear

Returns boolean as to whether the year passed is valid

Cromag.validateYear(year)

year - Number representing the year

validateMonth

Returns boolean as to whether the month passed is valid

Cromag.validateMonth(month)

month - Number representing the month, 1-31

validateHour

Returns boolean as to whether the hour passed is valid

Cromag.validateHour(hour)

hour - Number representing the hour, 0-23

validateMinute

Returns boolean as to whether the minute passed is valid

Cromag.validateMinute(minute)

minute - Number representing the minute, 0-59

validateSecond

Returns boolean as to whether the second passed is valid

Cromag.validateSecond(second)

second - Number representing the second, 0-59

validateMillisecond

Returns boolean as to whether the millisecond passed is valid

Cromag.validateMillisecond(millisecond)

millisecond - Number representing the millisecond, 0-999

compare

Returns -1 if date1 is less than date2, 0 if they are the same, or 1 if date1 is more recent than date2.

Cromag.compare(date1, date2)

date1 - Cromag first date/time to compare

date2 - Cromag second date/time to compare

equals

Returns boolean as to whether date1 is equal to date2.

Cromag.equals(date1, date2)

date1 - Cromag first date/time to compare

date2 - Cromag second date/time to compare

getDayNumberFromName

Returns the Number representing the day passed in, 0-7

Cromag.getDayNumberFromName(name)

name - String day as 2 characters, 3 characters, or full day, su/sun/sunday

getMonthNumberFromName

Returns the Number representing the month passed in, 0-11

Cromag.getMonthNumberFromName(name)

name - String day as 3 characters or full month, jan/january

isLeapYear

Returns boolean as to whether the year passed is a leap year

Cromag.isLeapYear(year)

year - Number year to check

getDaysInMonth

Returns the Number of days in the month passed, 1-31

Cromag.getDaysInMonth(monthNumber)

monthNumber - Number of the month to check, 0-11

Instance Methods

add

Adds and subtracts (in case of negative values) time

d.add(offsets)

offsets - Object containing a mix of milliseconds, seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, and years

addDays

Adds and subtracts the Number of days

d.addDays(days)

days - Number of days

addHours

Adds and subtracts the Number of hours

d.addHours(hours)

hours - Number of hours

addMilliseconds

Adds and subtracts the Number of milliseconds

d.addMilliseconds(milliseconds)

milliseconds - Number of milliseconds

addMinutes

Adds and subtracts the Number of minutes

d.addMinutes(minutes)

minutes - Number of minutes

addMonths

Adds and subtracts the Number of months

d.addMonths(months)

months - Number of months

addSeconds

Adds and subtracts the Number of seconds

d.addMSeconds(seconds)

seconds - Number of seconds

addYears

Adds and subtracts the Number of years

d.addYears(years)

years - Number of years

between

Returns boolean as to whether the date is between date1 and date2

d.between(date1, date2)

date1 - Cromag first date/time to compare date2 - Cromag seconds date/time to compare

clearTime

Sets the time to 00:00:00 in the current locale

d.clearTime()

clone

Returns a Cromag object set to the same date/time

d.clone()

compare

Returns -1 if date is less than date/time, 0 if they are the same, or 1 if date is more recent

d.compare(date)

date - Cromag date to compare to

equals

Returns boolean as to whether the date passed is equal to the date/time

d.equals(date)

date - Cromag date to compare to

getDate

Returns the Number day of the month, 1-31

d.getDate()

getDay

Returns the Number day of the week, 0-6

d.getDay()

getDaysBetween

Returns the Number of days between the date passed and this instance

d.getDaysBetween(date)

date - Cromag date to compare to

getFullYear

Returns the Number full year, 4 digits

d.getFullYear()

getHours

Returns the Number of the hour, 0-23

d.getHours()

getHoursBetween

Returns the Number of hours between the date passed and this instance

d.getHoursBetween(date)

date - Cromag date to compare to

getMilliseconds

Returns the Number of the milliseconds, 0-999

d.getMilliseconds()

getMinutes

Returns the Number of the minutes, 0-59

d.getMinutes()

getMinutesBetween

Returns the Number of minutes between the date passed and this instance

d.getMinutesBetween(date)

date - Cromag date to compare to

getMonth

Returns the Number of the month, 0-11

d.getMonth()

getMonthAbbr

Returns the String representation of the abbreviated version of the month, Jan-Dec

d.getMonthAbbr()

getMonthName

Returns the String representation of the month, January-December

d.getMonthName()

getOrdinalNumber

Returns the Number of the year, 1-366

d.getOrdinalNumber()

getSeconds

Returns the Number of the second, 0-59

d.getSeconds()

getSecondsBetween

Returns the Number of seconds between the date passed and this instance

d.getSecondsBetween(date)

date - Cromag date to compare to

getTime

Returns the Number value of the milliseconds since the epoch, similar to valueOf()

d.getTime()

getTimezoneOffset

Returns the Number of minutes of the time-zone offset for the current locale

d.getTimezoneOffset()

getUTCDate

Returns the Number day of the month, universal time

d.getUTCDate()

getUTCDay

Returns the Number day of the week, universal time

d.getUTCDay()

getUTCFullYear

Returns the Number full year, universal time

d.getUTCFullYear()

getUTCHours

Returns the Number of the hour, universal time

d.getUTCHours()

getUTCMilliseconds

Returns the Number of the milliseconds, universal time

d.getUTCMilliseconds()

getUTCMinutes

Returns the Number of the minutes, universal time

d.getUTCMinutes()

getUTCMonth

Returns the Number of the month, universal time

d.getUTCMonth()

getUTCOffset

Returns a String representation of the UTC Offset

d.getUTCOffset()

getUTCSeconds

Returns the Number of the second, universal time

d.getUTCSeconds()

isAfter

Returns the boolean value of whether the date/time is after date

d.isAfter(date)

date - Cromag representing a date/time

isBefore

Returns the boolean value of whether the date/time is before date

d.isBefore(date)

date - Cromag representing a date/time

setDate

Sets the day of the month, 1-31

d.setDate(day)

day - Number representing the day of the month, 1-31

setFullYear

Sets the year

d.setFullYear(year)

year - Number representing the year

setHours

Sets the hour of the day, 0-23

d.setHours(hour)

hour - Number representing the hour of the day, 0-23

setMilliseconds

Sets the number of milliseconds

d.setMilliseconds(milliseconds)

milliseconds - Number representing the number of milliseconds, 0-999

setMinutes

Sets the minutes of the hour, 0-59

d.setMinutes(minute)

minute - Number representing the minute of the hour, 0-59

setMonth

Sets the month of the year, 0-11

d.setMonth(month)

month - Number representing the month of the year, 0-11

setSeconds

Sets the seconds of the hour, 0-59

d.setSeconds(seconds)

seconds - Number representing the seconds of the hour, 0-59

setTime

Sets the date and time to the number of milliseconds since the epoch

d.setTime(time)

time - Number representing the number of seconds since the epoch

setTimeToNow

Sets the date/time to the current value

d.setTimeToNow()

setUTCDate

Sets the day of the month, 1-31, universal time

d.setUTCDate(day)

day - Number representing the day of the month, 1-31

setUTCFullYear

Sets the year, universal time

d.setUTCFullYear(year)

year - Number representing the year

setUTCHours

Sets the hour of the day, 0-23, universal time

d.setUTCHours(hour)

hour - Number representing the hour of the day, 0-23

setUTCMilliseconds

Sets the number of milliseconds, universal time

d.setUTCMilliseconds(milliseconds)

milliseconds - Number representing the number of milliseconds, 0-999

setUTCMinutes

Sets the minutes of the hour, 0-59, universal time

d.setUTCMinutes(minute)

minute - Number representing the minute of the hour, 0-59

setUTCMonth

Sets the month of the year, 0-11, universal time

d.setUTCMonth(month)

month - Number representing the month of the year, 0-11

setUTCSeconds

Sets the seconds of the hour, 0-59, universal time

d.setUTCSeconds(seconds)

seconds - Number representing the seconds of the hour, 0-59

toCLFString

Returns a String representation of this in an Apache CLF format

d.toCLFString()

toDateString

Returns the date portion of the date/time as a String

d.toDateString()

toDBString

Returns a String representation of this in a YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS format

d.toDBString()

toFormat

Returns a String representation of this formatted with the format passed

d.toFormat(format)

format - String representing the format, including MM, DD, YYYY, YY, MI, SS, HH, HH24

toISOString

Returns the date/time in ISO 8601 Extended Format as a String

d.toISOString()

toJSON

Returns the JSON string representation of the date/time as a String

d.toJSON()

toLocaleDateString

Returns the String representation of the date in the current locale

d.toLocaleDateString()

toLocaleString

Returns the String representation of the date and time in the current locale

d.toLocaleString()

toLocaleTimeString

Returns the String representation of the time in the current locale

d.toLocaleTimeString()

toString

Returns the String representation of the date and time in the current locale

d.toString()

toTimeString

Returns the String representation of the time in the current locale

d.toTimeString()

toUTCString

Returns the String representation of the date and time in universal time

d.toUTCString()

valueOf

Returns the Number of milliseconds since the epoch

d.valueOf()

toYMD

Returns a String representation of year, month, and day with value as the separator

d.toYMD(value)

value - String representing a separator

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