This seems like a pretty simple question but I can't seem to get an answer for it. How can I convert an iso timestamp to display the date/time using JavaScript?  Example timestamp: 2012-04-15T18:06:08-07:00  Any help is appreciated, Google is fai...
Can I convert iso date to milliseconds? for example I want to convert this iso   2012-02-10T13:19:11+0000   to milliseconds.  Because I want to compare current date from the created date. And created date is an iso date....
It seems to me that Date.parse assumes all months have 31 days. Including months with 30 days and including February(which should only ever have 28/29 days).  I checked this question 31 days in February in Date object  But the answer there suggested...
I am looking for a file with language codes and the names of the language in the corresponding language. And it would be great if the list were sorted by number of native speakers.  I would like something like the following list, but bigger and downl...
I'm developing an app with Phonegap for IOS. I would zoom and move an image contained in a box div (overflow hidden) with the finger: multitouch for zoom in and out and touchmove for move the image.  Is it possible? and how?  I'm looking with...
What is the best approach for dealing with DST values when your web service accepts requests from different timezones than that of your server?   My webservice accepts date strings using the ISO8601 standard (2012-02-21T05:00:00.000-05:00)  I want to...
I am trying to figure out why Date.parse (javascript) returns NaN when applied to a seemingly valid ISO 8601 date string when IE9 is in Quirks Mode.  It works fine in Standards mode.  //ReturnsNaN in Quirks Mode, 1270574382557 in Standards Mode docum...
I am creating a new date toISOString -  new Date(03-13-2016 00:00).toISOString();   This works fine in IE and Chrome however NOT in FireFox.  I have tried to modify the string slightly like -  new Date(03-13-2016T00:00:00Z).toISOString();   However t...
Possible Duplicate:   JavaScript seconds to time with format hh:mm:ss       Seems to me that this is a simple task, but I have not yet managed to make this work.  Essentially, I am starting with a string that contains an ISO-fo...
Is it correct, that [T] and [Z] both characters indicate about UTC time format.  Furthermore [T] just split date and time parts?    var dates = [   '2016-05-03',         // date only: UTC   '2016-05-03Z',        // Z character: UTC...

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