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working-times

1.1.11 • Public • Published

Working Times

Working Times is a node js module to calculate working times and generating working hours calendar.
Working Times helps you to check if any day is working day or weekend or vacation or even it's an exceptional working day.

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Installation

Install via NPM:

$ npm install working-times

How it works ?


When initializing timer and setting the configuration, timer module will buffer working calendar (from min buffered days to max ) which will contain all information about each day ( is vacation , is exceptional , is weekend , working hours).

On asking timer module about any day it will get this day info if exists in the buffered calendar, if not exists ? timer will extend the buffered calendar ( past or future ) then get day info.

bufferedCalendar : Map <string,BusinessDay> ;
export class BusinessDay {
    constructor(
        public isWeekend: boolean,
        public isVacation: boolean,
        public isExceptional: boolean,
        public workingHours: IWorkingHours[],
    ){
    }
}

Example


- All Synchronous should be in try and catch block because it will throw an error in case of errors 
import TimerFactory from 'working-times';
// Or 
const  timer  = require('working-times');
 
 
const timer = TimerFactory.getTimerInstance();
 
timer.setConfigAsync(VALID_TIMER_CONFIG).then(t => {
    console.log(t.getBufferedCalendar);
}).catch(e =>{
    console.log(e.message);
});
 
// Or 
// All Synchronous should be in try and catch block because it will throw an error in case of errors
try {
    let tSync =  timer.setConfig(VALID_TIMER_CONFIG);
} catch (error) {
    console.log(error.message);        
}
 
// Or 
 
let timer = await timer.setConfigAsync(VALID_TIMER_CONFIG).catch(e =>{ console.log(e.message) ; console.log('Async')});
if(timer){
 
}
 
// All Synchronous should be in try and catch block because it will throw an error in case of errors
try {
    timer.getDayInfo(new Date("07-14-2019"));
    timer.isWorkingTime(new Date("06-30-2019 20:20"));
    timer.getNextWorkingTime(new Date("06-30-2019 20:20"));
    timer.add(new Date("06-30-2019 20:20"), 1 , 'DAYS');
    timer.add(new Date("06-30-2019 20:15"), 2 , 'HOURS');
    timer.add(new Date("06-30-2019 20:15"), 2 , 'MINUTES');
} catch (error) {
    console.log(error.message);        
}
 
// Or 
 
 
timer.getDayInfoAsync(new Date("07-14-2019")).then(t => {
}).catch(e =>{
    console.log(e.message);
});
 
// Or 
 
let dayInfo = await timer.getDayInfoAsync(new Date("07-14-2019")).catch(e =>{
                        console.log(e.message);
                    });
if( dayInfo){
 
}
 

DOCS


Construct Timer

To instantiate Timer you have to call getTimerInstance function and all subsequence times you will call this function it will return same instance.

const timer = TimerFactory.getTimerInstance();

Set timer configuration

export const VALID_TIMER_CONFIG = {
    vacations: ['2019-07-31','*-08-15'],
    normalWorkingHours: {
      0: [
            // Sunday
       {
          from: '08:15',
          to: '14:00'
        },
        {
          from: '16:15',
          to: '20:00'
        }
      ],
      1[
        {
          from: '08:00',
          to: '14:00'
        }
      ],
      2[
        {
          from: '08:15',
          to: '14:00'
        }
      ],
      3[
        {
          from: '08:15',
          to: '14:00'
        }
      ],
      4[
        {
          from: '06:15',
          to: '14:00'
        }
      ]
    },
    exceptionalWorkingHours{
      '2019-07-31'[
        {
          from: '12:15',
          to: '16:00'
        }
      ],
      '2019-06-26'[
        {
          from: '12:15',
          to: '16:00'
        }
      ],
      '*-08-10'[
        {
          from: '12:15',
          to: '16:00'
        }
      ]
    },
    minBufferedDays1,
    maxBufferedDays1
  }
  • Vacations :
    vacations should be array list formated date "yyyy-mm-dd".
    vacations accepts wildcard year "*-mm-dd".

  • NormalWorkingHours :
    normal working hours should contain all working week days only ( don't include weekend days ).
    object key is day of the week (from 0 to 6), Sunday is 0, Monday is 1, and so on.
    object value is array list of working time ( time formate should be "hh:mm" ).

        normalWorkingHoursINormalWindow[] ;
        export interface INormalWindow{
            [day:number] : IWorkingHours[] ;
        }
        export interface IWorkingHours{
            from: string ;
            to: string;
        }
     
  • ExceptionalWorkingHours:
    exceptional working hours should be list of exceptional working days.
    object key is exceptional formated date "yyyy-mm-dd".
    exceptional working days accepts wildcard year "*-mm-dd".
    object value is array list of working time ( time formate should be "hh:mm" ).

        exceptionalWorkingHoursIExceptionalWindow[] ;
        export interface IExceptionalWindow{
            [date:string] : IWorkingHours[] ;
        }
        export interface IWorkingHours{
            from: string ;
            to: string;
        }
     
  • MinBufferedDays:
    how many days in the past should be buffered on setting timer configuration.

  • MaxBufferedDays:
    how many days in the future should be buffered on setting timer configuration.

View buffered calendar

Buffered canedar is Javascript Map of days infos

    timer.setConfigAsync(VALID_TIMER_CONFIG).then(t=>{
         console.log(t.getBufferedCalendar);
     })
 
 
    bufferedCalendar : Map <string,BusinessDay>;
    export class BusinessDay {
        constructor(
            public isWeekend: boolean,
            public isVacation: boolean,
            public isExceptional: boolean,
            public workingHours: IWorkingHours[],
        ){
        }
    }

Get date info

To get date info you have to call getDayInfo function and it will return BusinessDay class.

    try {
        let dayInfo = timer.getDayInfo(new Date("2019-07-19"));
        console.log(dayInfo)
    } catch (error) {
        console.log(error.message);        
    }
  
    export class BusinessDay {
        constructor(
            public isWeekend: boolean,
            public isVacation: boolean,
            public isExceptional: boolean,
            public workingHours: IWorkingHours[],
        ){
        }
    }
    export interface IWorkingHours{
        from: string ;
        to: string;
    }
 
    // Or 
 
    timerInstance.getDayInfoAsync(day).then(d=>{
    }).catch(e =>{
    });
 
    // Or 
 
    let dayInfo = await timerInstance.getDayInfoAsync(day).catch(e =>{
    });
 

Is working time

To check if a specific time is working time or not you have to call isWorkingTime function and it will return boolean.

    try {
        let isWorkingTime = timer.isWorkingTime(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00"));
        console.log(isWorkingTime)
    } catch (error) {
        console.log(error.message);        
    }
 
    // Or 
 
    timerInstance.isWorkingTimeAsync(day).then(d=>{
    }).catch(e =>{
    });
 
    // Or 
 
    let isWorkingTime = await timerInstance.isWorkingTimeAsync(day).catch(e =>{
    });
 

Get Next Working Time

To next working time from a specific time you have to call getNextWorkingTime function and it will return a Date object

    try {
        let nextWorkingTime = timer.getNextWorkingTime(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00"));
        console.log(nextWorkingTime)
    } catch (error) {
        console.log(error.message);        
    }
 
    // Or 
 
    timerInstance.getNextWorkingTimeAsync(day).then(d=>{
    }).catch(e =>{
    });
 
    // Or 
 
    let nextWorkingTime = await timerInstance.getNextWorkingTimeAsync(day).catch(e =>{
    });
 

Add Working Time To Date

To add working time to a specific time you have to call add function and it will return a Date object.

PS: On adding X working days to a date time:
01- If this date time before working hours timer will count this day
02- If this date time is working time, timer will count this day
03- If this date time after working hours timer will start count from tomorrow

 
    timer.add( 
        dateDate , 
        durationnumber , 
        unit'MINUTES'|'HOURS'|'DAYS'  );
 
    try {
        let t = timer.add(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00"), 3 , "DAYS");
        let t = timer.add(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00"), 20 , "MINUTES");
        let t = timer.add(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00"), 7 , "HOURS");
        console.log(t)
    } catch (error) {
        console.log(error.message);        
    }
 
    // Or 
 
    timer.addAsync(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00"), 3 , "DAYS").then(d=>{
    }).catch(e =>{
    });
 
    // Or 
    let t = await timerInstance.addAsync(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00"), 3 , "DAYS").catch(e =>{
    });
 

Set working timeout

Sets a timer after adding ( X ) working time, which executes the given callback function once the timer expires. Function will return WorkingTimeout Class.

PS: If time in the past after adding ( X ) working duration, the timer will be executed at the soonest working time

 
  timer.setWorkingTimeout(
        baseDateDate ,  // new Date()
        durationnumber ,  // 10 
        unit'MINUTES'|'HOURS'|'DAYS', // MINUTES 
        cb : Function,  // ()=>{ console.log('fired')}
        descstring  // 'Auto reject request #4354'
    );
    
    // returns WorkingTimeout
    class WorkingTimeout {
        public clearTimeout() {
        }
 
        public get baseDate(): Date {
        }
 
        public get fireDate(): Date {
        }
 
        public get duration(): number {
        }
 
        public get description(): string {
        }
        public set description(value: string) {
        }
        public get callback(): Function {
        }
        public set callback(value: Function) {
        }
        public get timeUnit(): 'MINUTES' | 'HOURS' | 'DAYS' {
        }
 
        public get fired():boolean{
        }
        
        public get cancelled():boolean{
        }
 
        public get remainingTime(): number {
        }
 
    }
 
 
 
 
    try {
        let day = new Date('2019-08-20');
        let cb = function(){
          return 1 ;
        }
        let timeout = timerInstance.setWorkingTimeout(day, 20 , 'MINUTES',cb , 'Timeout for confirm order #654');
        let timeout = timerInstance.setWorkingTimeout(day, 8 , 'HOURS',cb , 'Timeout for cancel order #654');
        let timeout = timerInstance.setWorkingTimeout(day, 5 , 'DAYS',cb , 'Timeout for refresh config ');
        console.log(timeout)
        
        // WorkingTimeout Getters 
        timeout.fireDate      // Return exact fire date ( Date )
        timeout.baseDate      // Return given date ( Date )
        timeout.duration      // Return duration from given date to the fire date ( in MS )
        timeout.description   // Return given description ( string)
        timeout.callback      // Return given callback funtion ( Function )  
        timeout.remainingTime // Return remaining time from now to the fire date ( in MS )  
        timeout.fired         // To check if timer fired or not ( boolean )
        timeout.cancelled     // To check if timer cancelled or not ( boolean )  
        timeout.clearTimeout  // To cancel timeout 
 
        timeout.callback = ()=>{}       // To update callback funtion 
        timeout.description = 'new Des' // To update timer description 
 
    } catch (error) {
        console.log(error.message);        
    }
 
 
    // Or You can submit it Async 
    let day = new Date('2019-08-20');
    let cb = function(){
        return 1 ;
    }
 
    timerInstance.setWorkingTimeoutAsync(day , 1 , 'DAYS',cb , 'Timeout for confirm order').then( timeout =>{
        console.log(timeout);
    });
 

Get next working day

To get next working day from a specific datetime you have to call getNextWorkingDay function and it will return a Date object ( next day first shift start time )

 
    try {
        let t = timer.getNextWorkingDay(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00"));
        console.log(t)
    } catch (error) {
        console.log(error.message);        
    }
 
    // Or 
 
    timer.getNextWorkingDayAsync(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00")).then(d=>{
    }).catch(e =>{
    });
 
    // Or 
    let t = await timerInstance.getNextWorkingDayAsync(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00")).catch(e =>{
    });
 

Get previous working day

To get previous working day from a specific datetime you have to call getPreviousWorkingDay function and it will return a Date object ( previous day first shift start time )

 
    try {
        let t = timer.getPreviousWorkingDay(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00"));
        console.log(t)
    } catch (error) {
        console.log(error.message);        
    }
 
    // Or 
 
    timer.getPreviousWorkingDayAsync(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00")).then(d=>{
    }).catch(e =>{
    });
 
    // Or 
    let t = await timerInstance.getPreviousWorkingDayAsync(new Date("2016-06-16 13:00")).catch(e =>{
    });
 

Get Working time between two times

You can calculate working time (Dates , Minutes , Hours ) between two times.

PS: On calculating working days between two dates the function will not calculate the start date if it's a working day so it will be ignored
Get working minutes and hours will return float ( 1.5 = one day and half ...etc )

 
    workingTimeBetween( 
                        fromDate, 
                        toDate  , 
                        unit'MINUTES'|'HOURS'|'DAYS')Number {}
 
 
    try {
 
        let formDay = new Date('2019-07-22 06:00:00');
        let toDay = new Date('2019-07-23 12:00:00');
 
        let t = timer.workingTimeBetween(formDay, toDay , "DAYS");
        let t = timer.workingTimeBetween(formDay, toDay , "MINUTES");
        let t = timer.workingTimeBetween(formDay, toDay , "HOURS");
        console.log(t)
    } catch (error) {
        console.log(error.message);        
    }
 
    // Or 
 
    timer.workingTimeBetweenAsync(formDay, toDay , "DAYS").then(d=>{
    }).catch(e =>{
    });
 
    // Or 
    let t = await timerInstance.workingTimeBetweenAsync(formDay, toDay , "DAYS").catch(e =>{
    });
 

Get previous working time

Get previous working time will return the latest working minute.

If the requested date is a woriking time, it will return now()
If it's not a working time it will return the latest minute in the pervious window

PS: This method prepared for subtracting working time calculations,

 
    getPreviousWorkingTime( dateDate )Date {}
 
 
    try {
 
        const timerInstance = timer.setConfig(timerConfig);
        let day = new Date('2019-07-25');
        day.setHours(12,0);
        let previousWorkingTime = timerInstance.getPreviousWorkingTime(day);        console.log(t);
 
    } catch (error) {
        console.log(error.message);        
    }
 
    // Or 
 
    timer.getPreviousWorkingTimeAsync(day).then(d=>{
    }).catch(e =>{
    });
 
    // Or 
    let t = await timerInstance.getPreviousWorkingTimeAsync(day).catch(e =>{
    });
 

To do

  • Subtract working time from given time
  • Support Logging

License

MIT

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npm i working-times

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