DateTimeUtils

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Java
Version
1.0 (Jun 14, 2017)
Created
Jun 13, 2017
Updated
Aug 20, 2017
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Thunder413 (thunder413)
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DateTimeUtils

This library is a package of functions that let you manipulate objects and or java date string. it combine the most common functions used when managing dates under android, such as converting a mysql /sqlLite date to a Date object and vis-versa etc.

This library is available under the MIT License.

Usage

The DateTimeUtils library is available from JitPack.

First add JitPack dependency line in your project build.gradle file:

allprojects {
 repositories {
  ...
  maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
 }
}

And then simply add the following line to the dependencies section of your app module build.gradle file:

compile 'com.github.thunder413:DateTimeUtils:1.0'

Javadocs are available here.

Examples

setTimeZone

setTimeZone allow you to define your time zone by default it's UTC

DateTimeUtils.setTimeZone("UTC");

formatDate

formatDate is a method that allow you to convert date object to string or timeStamp to date and vice-versa.

Date string to Date object

// MySQL/SQLite dateTime example
Date date = DateTimeUtils.formatDate("2017-06-13 04:14:49");
// Or also with / separator
Date date = DateTimeUtils.formatDate("2017/06/13 04:14:49");
// MySQL/SQLite date example
Date date = DateTimeUtils.formatDate("2017-06-13");
// Or also with / separator
Date date = DateTimeUtils.formatDate("2017/06/13");

Date object to date string MySQL/SQLite

String date = DateTimeUtils.formatDate(new Date());

timeStamp to Date object

By default it will considere given timeStamp in milliseconds but in case you did retrieve the timeStamp from server wich usually will be in seconds supply DateTimeUnits.SECONDS to tell the fonction about

// Using milliseconds
Date date = DateTimeUtils.formatDate(1497399731000);
// Using seconds (Server timeStamp)
Date date = DateTimeUtils.formatDate(1497399731,DateTimeUnits.SECONDS);

formatWithStyle

formatWithStyle allow to parse date into localized format using most common style

Date object to localized date

DateTimeUtils.formatWithStyle(new Date(), DateTimeStyle.FULL); // Tuesday, June 13, 2017
DateTimeUtils.formatWithStyle(new Date(), DateTimeStyle.LONG); // June 13, 2017
DateTimeUtils.formatWithStyle(new Date(), DateTimeStyle.MEDIUM); // Jun 13, 2017
DateTimeUtils.formatWithStyle(new Date(), DateTimeStyle.SHORT); // 06/13/17

Date string to localized date

DateTimeUtils.formatWithStyle("2017-06-13", DateTimeStyle.FULL); // Tuesday, June 13, 2017
DateTimeUtils.formatWithStyle("2017-06-13", DateTimeStyle.LONG); // June 13, 2017
DateTimeUtils.formatWithStyle("2017-06-13", DateTimeStyle.MEDIUM); // Jun 13, 2017
DateTimeUtils.formatWithStyle("2017-06-13", DateTimeStyle.SHORT); // 06/13/17

formatWithPattern

formatWithPattern allow to define your own parse pattern following SimpleDateFormat scheme

Date string as source

DateTimeUtils.formatWithPattern("2017-06-13", "EEEE, MMMM dd, yyyy"); // Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Date object as source

DateTimeUtils.formatWithPattern(new Date(), "EEEE, MMMM dd, yyyy"); // Tuesday, June 13, 2017

isToday

isToday Tell whether or not a given date is today date

// Date object as source
boolean state = DateTimeUtils.isToday(new Date());
// Date String as source
boolean state = DateTimeUtils.isToday("2017-06-15 04:14:49");

isYesterday

isYesterday Tell whether or not a given date is yesterday date

// Date object as source
boolean state = DateTimeUtils.isYesterday(new Date());
// Date String as source
boolean state = DateTimeUtils.isYestrday("2017-06-15 04:14:49");

getDateDiff

getDateDiff give you the difference between two date in days, hours, minutes, seconds or milliseconds DateTimeUnits

// Dates can be date object or date string
Date date = new Date();
String date2 = "2017-06-13 04:14:49";
// Get difference in milliseconds
int diff = DateTimeUtils.getDateDiff(date,date2, DateTimeUnits.MILLISECONDS);
// Get difference in seconds
int diff = DateTimeUtils.getDateDiff(date,date2, DateTimeUnits.SECONDS);
// Get difference in minutes
int diff = DateTimeUtils.getDateDiff(date,date2, DateTimeUnits.MINUTES);
// Get difference in hours
int diff = DateTimeUtils.getDateDiff(date,date2, DateTimeUnits.HOURS);
// Get difference in days
int diff = DateTimeUtils.getDateDiff(date,date2, DateTimeUnits.DAYS);

getTimeAgo

getTimeAgo give ou the elapsed time since a given date, it also offer two print mode the full and short strings eg . 3 hours ago | 3h ago the strings are localized but at the moment only FR and EN language are available. If you need your langage to be add just let me know :)

String timeAgo = DateTimeUtils.getTimeAgo(context,new Date()); // Full string style will be used
// Short string style
String timeAgo = DateTimeUtils.getTimeAgo(context,"new Date()",DateTimeStyle.AGO_SHORT_STRING ); 

formatTime

formatTime allow you to extract time from date by default it wont show the hours if equal to 0 but you can supply forceShowHours parameter to force hours display

String time = DateTimeUtils.formatTime(new Date()); // 14:49 if hours equals 0 or 04:14:09 if hours witch is wrong when use it on time rather than a duration
// Solution >> force hours display
String time = DateTimeUtils.formatTime(new Date(),true);
// And you can also supplie a date string
String time = DateTimeUtils.formatTime("2017-06-13 04:14:49"); // 04:14:49

millisToTime

millisToTime is usefull when your dealing with duration and want to display for example player duration or current playback position into human readable value.

String time = DateTimeUtils.millisToTime(2515); // It take millis as an argument not seconds

timeToMillis

timeToMillis allow to convert time string to millseconds

int milliseconds = DateTimeUtils.timeToMillis("14:20"); // 860000

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License

This project is licensed under the MIT License