moment-business-days
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    moment-business-days

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    This is a Moment.js plugin that allows you to work with only business days (Monday to Friday). You can customize the working week, and also set custom dates for holidays to exclude them from being counted as business days, for example national holidays.

    Notes

    • This plugin works on both server and client side.
    • This plugin is based on momentjs-business.
    • All contributions are welcome.
    • Thanks to the contributors for making this plugin better!!

    Usage

    // NodeJS: require instead of standard moment package
    var moment = require('moment-business-days');
    // You'll be able use Moment.js as you normally do
    <!-- Browser -->
    <!-- NB: add after moment.js -->
    <script src="moment.js"></script>
    <script src="moment-business-days.js"></script>

    Configuration

    Use localization to configure holidays

    var moment = require('moment-business-days');
     
    var july4th = '07-04-2015';
    var laborDay = '09-07-2015';
     
    moment.updateLocale('us', {
       holidays: [july4th, laborDay],
       holidayFormat: 'MM-DD-YYYY'
    });
     
    // moment-business-days will now stop considering these holidays as business days

    Use localization to configure business days

    var moment = require('moment-business-days');
     
    moment.updateLocale('us', {
       workingWeekdays: [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]
    });
     
    // Defines days from 1 (Monday) to 6 (Saturday) as business days. Note that Sunday is day 0.
    // When omitting this configuration parameter, business days are based on locale default

    API

    The objects returned by methods are Moment.js objects (except .isBusinessDay() and .businessDiff()) so you can handle them with Moment.js native methods.

    .isHoliday() => boolean

    Check if the date is among the holidays specified, and return true or false:

    .isBusinessDay() => boolean

    Check if the date is a business day, and return true or false:

    // 31-01-2015 is Saturday
    moment('31-01-2015', 'DD-MM-YYYY').isBusinessDay() // false
     
    // 30-01-2015 is Friday
    moment('30-01-2015', 'DD-MM-YYYY').isBusinessDay() // true

    .businessDaysIntoMonth() => number

    Calculate the amount of business days in the month of the Moment.js object.

    .businessDiff() => number

    Calculate the amount of business days between dates.

    var diff = moment('05-15-2017', 'MM-DD-YYYY').businessDiff(moment('05-08-2017','MM-DD-YYYY'));
    // diff = 5

    Note that the default behavior of businessDiff is to return an absolute value, which is a departure from moment's diff. To match the behavior of diff pass true as the second argument to businessDiff:

    var diff = moment('05-08-2017', 'MM-DD-YYYY').businessDiff(moment('05-15-2017','MM-DD-YYYY'), true);
    // diff = -5

    .businessAdd(days) => Moment

    Will add the given number of days skipping non-business days, returning a Moment.js object:

    // 30-01-2015 is Friday, DD-MM-YYYY is the format
    moment('30-01-2015', 'DD-MM-YYYY').businessAdd(3)._d // Wed Feb 04 2015 00:00:00 GMT-0600 (CST)

    .businessSubtract(days) => Moment

    Will subtract the given number of days skipping non-business days, returning a Moment.js object:

    // 27-01-2015 is Tuesday, DD-MM-YYYY is the format
    moment('27-01-2015', 'DD-MM-YYYY').businessSubtract(3)._d // Thu Jan 22 2015 00:00:00 GMT-0600 (CST)

    .nextBusinessDay() => Moment

    Will retrieve the next business date as a Moment.js object:

    // Next business day from Friday 30-01-2015
    moment('30-01-2015', 'DD-MM-YYYY').nextBusinessDay()._d // Mon Feb 02 2015 00:00:00 GMT-0600 (CST)
     
    // Next business day from Monday 02-02-2015
    moment('02-02-2015', 'DD-MM-YYYY').nextBusinessDay()._d //Tue Feb 03 2015 00:00:00 GMT-0600 (CST)

    By default only 7 days into the future are checked for the next business day. To search beyond 7 days set the nextBusinessDayLimit (as a number) higher.

    var moment = require('moment-business-days');
     
    moment.updateLocale('us', {
       nextBusinessDayLimit: 31
    });

    .prevBusinessDay() => Moment

    Will retrieve the previous business date as a Moment.js object:

    // Previous business day of Monday 02-02-2015
    moment('02-02-2015', 'DD-MM-YYYY').prevBusinessDay()._d // Fri Jan 30 2015 00:00:00 GMT-0600 (CST)
     
    // Previous business day of Tuesday 03-02-2015
    moment('03-02-2015', 'DD-MM-YYYY').prevBusinessDay()._d //Mon Feb 02 2015 00:00:00 GMT-0600 (CST)

    By default only the last 7 days are checked for the previous business day. To search beyond 7 days set the prevBusinessDayLimit (as a number) higher.

    var moment = require('moment-business-days');
     
    moment.updateLocale('us', {
       prevBusinessDayLimit: 31
    });

    .monthBusinessDays() => Moment[]

    Retrieve an array of the business days in the month, each one is a Moment.js object.

    // Business days in month January 2015
    moment('01-01-2015', 'DD-MM-YYYY').monthBusinessDays()
     
    /*
    [ { _isAMomentObject: true,
        _i: '01-01-2015',
        _f: 'DD-MM-YYYY',
        _isUTC: false,
        _pf:{ ... },
        _locale: { ... },
        _d: Thu Jan 01 2015 00:00:00 GMT-0600 (CST)
      } {
       ...
      },
      ( ... )
    ]
    */

    .monthNaturalDays() => Moment[]

    Is like .monthBusinessDays(), but this method will include the weekends in it's response.

    .monthBusinessWeeks() => Moment[][]

    Retrieve an array of arrays, these arrays are the representation of a business weeks and each week (array) have it own business days (Monday to Friday). There could be the case that one week (array) have less than 5 days, this is because the month started in the middle of a week, for example: the first week of January 2015 has just two days, Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd. Each day in the week arrays are Moment.js objects.

    // Business weeks in month January 2015
    moment('01-01-2015', 'DD-MM-YYYY').monthBusinessWeeks()
     
    /*
    [ [ { _isAMomentObject: true,
          _i: '01-01-2015',
          _f: 'DD-MM-YYYY',
          _isUTC: false,
          _pf: [...],
          _locale: [...],
          _d: Thu Jan 01 2015 00:00:00 GMT-0600 (CST)
        }, { _isAMomentObject: true,
          _i: '01-01-2015',
          _f: 'DD-MM-YYYY',
          _isUTC: false,
          _pf: [...],
          _locale: [...],
          _d: Fri Jan 02 2015 00:00:00 GMT-0600 (CST) }
      ],
      [...]
    ]
    */

    .monthNaturalWeeks() => Moment[][]

    It's like .monthBusinessWeeks(), but this method will include weekends in it's response.

    Installation

    // For Node.js
    $ npm install moment-business-days
    
    // ...or install and save in package.json
    $ npm install --save moment-business-days
    
    // For bower
    $ bower install moment-business-days
    

    Testing

    npm test
    

    Install

    npm i moment-business-days

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    Version

    1.2.0

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    MIT

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