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Datetime Helper

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such as "Now", "Yesterday", "Tomorrow", "Last Week", "A few minute ago (like Facebook)" and others, and day counting of two date entries. and generating distance between these 2 dates in units of days, months, years, or even hours.

I think it can help for sorting article by date Entries. Thanks
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#2
This is a framework not WordPress.

You can find code to do that all over the web
What did you Try? What did you Get? What did you Expect?

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#3
Already in there, similar to Carbon, etc. But fully localized with the system's timezone and locale and easy to convert between that and the user's timezone/locale.

Unfortunately, it looks like it didn't show up on the list of Libraries in the TOC.
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(10-18-2017, 05:15 AM)InsiteFX Wrote: This is a framework not WordPress.

You can find code to do that all over the web

Yes you certainly can. I found a brilliant 'time passed' snippet for my own common functions library in about five minutes. One that lets me set an arbitrary amount of units too, so I can have 2 hours or 2 hours and 3 minutes or 2 hours 3 mins and 27 seconds.

(10-18-2017, 07:09 AM)kilishan Wrote: Already in there, similar to Carbon, etc. But fully localized with the system's timezone and locale and easy to convert between that and the user's timezone/locale.

Unfortunately, it looks like it didn't show up on the list of Libraries in the TOC.

And I had no idea about that one. What a great addition. Thank you for sharing.

Paul.
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#5
Like wise that's why I posted what I said.

Thank you @kilishan
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(10-18-2017, 05:15 AM)InsiteFX Wrote: This is a framework not WordPress.

You can find code to do that all over the web

I agree. PHP own DateTime and DateInterval are all you need.
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