I'm in China and I've a friend who is in other countries. e.g. UK, USA, New Zealand...  I know his country's name in English and  time zone there.  But how can I know whether his country is using DST now or not? Any ideas?  Thank you!...
My single-page javascript app retrieves data in JSON format via REST calls. Dates come formatted using the UTC timezone in standard ISO8601 format, such as 2011-02-04T19:31:09Z.  When signing up for the service, users select their timezone from a dro...
First off, I am NOT looking for whether DST is in effect locally.  I'm running a Node process that has data that has associated timestamps.  I need to convert those timestamps to a day/month/year in a specified time zone, but all I'm given is...
I have read many StackOverflow questions on the javascript new Date() object when it comes to daylight savings time lines -- as in when they are crossed. However, I haven't seen an answer about this particular problem or a way to work around it w...
I've run the following in the console on Firefox (version 21) and I'm getting results I don't expect.  new Date(1362891600000);  var date = new Date(1362891600000); var time = date.getHours(); new Date(date.setHours(date.getHours() + 24))...
I am trying to output a series of times in hour (on the hour) intervals within Javascript (so inside a web browser such as Firefox). This series of times will overlap the short day (losing an hour in spring) and long day (gaining an hour in autumn)....
I'm seeing some behavior I don't understand with Javascript date objects and DST transitions.  If I execute the following in Chrome's javascript console  var date = new Date(1268535600000); //2010-03-14T03:00:00.000Z (21:00 03-13 America/...
I am investigating an issue involving the conversion of serialized UTC dates in to JavaScript date objects; I have read a few questions on this topic already but I am still unclear.  Firstly let me say that I am in the UK. If I take for example the U...
I am trying to add seven days to a Data object, however at some stage I start getting strange results.  var currDate = new Date(2011, 2, 28)   , oldTicks = currDate.getTime()   , newTicks = oldTicks + (86400000 * 7)   , nextWeek = new Date(newTicks)...
Short Version  In JavaScript, can new Date(2013, 9, 20) legitimately return October 19?  Long Version  When Daylight Saving Time begins, there is a gap in local time as clocks are adjusted forward. If I construct a Date object with a time that falls...

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