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EasyDateTime

EasyDateTime is a Jalali/Shamsi and Gregorian class based on jDateTimePlus that aims to simplify common DateTime tasks by abstracting the complex layers. It's probably the simplest solution for Jalali/Shamsi calendar issues in PHP.

About this class

EasyDateTime is directly based on jDateTimePlus 1.0.0 which is itself based on jDateTime 2.2.0

Requirements

  • PHP >= 5.4.
  • Being based on jDateTimePlus, this package has a dependency on jDateTimePlus 1.0.0+

Installation

Using Composer

You can install this package using composer. Add this package to your composer.json:

"require": {
	"vsg24/easydatetime": "dev-master"
}

or if you prefer command line, change directory to project root and:

php composer.phar require "vsg24/easydatetime":"dev-master"

Manual Installation

Get a copy of package source code. You can do this in two ways:

  1. Download ZIP version of the source code and unzip it in desired location
  2. Run git clone https://github.com/vsg24/easydatetime.git to clone this repository

After getting a copy of source code, it is enough to include easydatetime.class.php where you need to use it.

require_once 'path/to/source/easydatetime.class.php';

Examples

Please take a look at examples.php or see examples-compiled.html for working examples.

Important Note: If you want to do more complicated things, you can access an instance of jDatetimePlus from an EasyDateTime object:

$edtObj->$jDatetimePlus

Contributors:

License

EasyDateTime was created by Vahid Amiri Motlagh and released under the MIT License.

Copyright (C) 2016 Vahid Amiri Motlagh

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (C) 2016 Vahid Amiri Motlagh

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