Temporal frequency library
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npm install date-frequency
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|Keywords||frequency, date, time, temporal, cron|
|Dependencies (11)||lodash.foreach, lodash.keys, lodash.indexof, lodash.first, lodash.last, lodash.rest, lodash.difference, lodash.union, lodash.reduce, lodash.pick, lodash.values|
Temporal frequency library
var frequency = new Frequency(); frequency.on('hour', 10) .on('minute', 30) .between(new Date(2013, 8, 2), new Date(2013, 8, 8, 23, 59)); /* returns an array with these dates: 2013-09-02 10:30:00 2013-09-03 10:30:00 2013-09-04 10:30:00 2013-09-05 10:30:00 2013-09-06 10:30:00 2013-09-07 10:30:00 2013-09-08 10:30:00 */
Constructor takes a string notation (also see
var frequency = Frequency('F3D/WT10H30M'); // every 3rd day of the week (Wednesday) at 10:30:00
.on(unit, fix, [of])
Add frequency rules by specifying a unit and a value to fix it to.
All units below the specified unit get fixed to the default (their value at the Unix epoch, 1970-01-01 00:00:00).
of parameter allows you to change the scope of the unit. By default each unit's scope is the unit above it in a regular date.
frequency.on('hour', 10); // sets the frequency to each day at 10:00:00 frequency.on('day', 6).on('hour', 10).on('minute', 30); // sets the frequency to the 6th day of each month at 12:30:00 frequency.on('day', 7, 'week'); // sets the frequency to Sundays at 00:00:00
Returns the next occurence of the frequency after the specified date.
Returns all occurences of the frequency between (and including) the specified start and end date.
Returns a string notation of the frequency (useful for storage).
- Add filters
- odd/even (compared to reference date, e.g. Unix epoch)
- nth ocurrence within scope (e.g. 2nd Thursday of the month)
- Remove dependencies
- Install latest node.js version.
git clone https://github.com/smhg/date-frequency-js.gitto fetch source.
npm installto install dependencies.
npm testto run tests.
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