Detect the standard time, the daylight saving time for the current time zone
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TimezoneDetect

Detect the standard time, the daylight saving time for the time zone

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if (timezonedetect.hasDaylightSavingTime()) {
  console.log('You have daylight saving time in your timezone');
} else {
  console.log('You DO NOT have daylight saving time in your timezone');
}

console.log('Your standard time zone offset in second is ' + jsk.tz.standardTime());
console.log('Your standard time zone offset is : ' + jsk.tz.standardTimeToString());

See the complete documentation in timezonedetect.js

Testimonial

Finally, timezones in javascript done right. The world has been made a better place via this fine javascript library.

Garry Tan, Partner with Y Combinator. Cofounder of Posterous. (source)

Install

To install for a website, copy timezonedetect.min.js with the other javascript files of your project and include it.

To install in a Node.js project npm install timezonedetect

Contribute

Give what you want to contribute to open-source :

Donate

You can create issues.

You can also contribute code :

  1. Fork the code on GitHub
  2. Clone your fork in your environment : git clone git@github.com:USERNAME/timezonedetect.git
  3. Create a branch for your feature : git checkout -b your_branch_name
  4. Write and delete code and commit as often as you can : git commit -am "A descriptive message"
  5. Push the branch to your fork : git push origin your_branch_name
  6. Create a pull request on GitHub (click the Pull request button on your fork page)

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