duration-relativetimeformat
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    2.0.3 • Public • Published

    Duration - RelativeTimeFormat

    A simple browser / node module that leverages Intl.RelativeTimeFormat to print out localized relative durations:

    const Duration = require('duration-relativetimeformat');
    const duree = new Duration('fr');
    
    console.log(duree.format(Date.now() - 10 * Duration.minute));
    > il y a 10 minutes

    constructor(lang, { numeric, style, localeMatcher })

    Only lang is required.

    format(to, from = now())

    where to and from are either dates, timestamps, or strings.

    examples of results

    Non-numeric dates depend on the current date:

    • this minute, this hour
    • yesterday, today, tomorrow
    • last week, next week
    • last month, next month
    • last year, next year

    Otherwise numeric dates are rounded as much as possible, to avoid things like

    • 5 seconds (prefer now)
    • 35 seconds (prefer this minute or in 1 minute)
    • 28 hours (prefer 1 day)
    • 400 minutes (prefer 4 hours)

    etc...

    Install

    npm i duration-relativetimeformat

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    196

    Version

    2.0.3

    License

    MIT

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    9.94 kB

    Total Files

    6

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    • kapouer