I have date time in a particular timezone as a string and I want to convert this to the local time. But, I don't know how to set the timezone in the Date object.  For example, I have Feb 28 2013 7:00 PM ET, then I can   var mydate = new Date();...
I am looking for a function to convert date in one timezone to another.   It need two parameters,    date (in format "2012/04/10 10:10:30 +0000")  timezone string ("Asia/Jakarta")   The timezone string is described in http://en.wiki...
From the server I get a datetime variable in this format: 6/29/2011 4:52:48 PM and it is in UTC time. I want to convert it to the current user’s browser time using JavaScript.  How this can be done using JavaScript or jQuery?...
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I want to convert date string to Date by javascript, use this code:  var date = new Date('2013-02-27T17:00:00'); alert(date);   '2013-02-27T17:00:00' is UTC time in JSON object from server.  But the result of above code is different...
I want the server to always serve dates in UTC in the HTML, and have JavaScript on the client site convert it to the user's local timezone.  Bonus if I can output in the user's locale date format....
Is there a standard way for a web server to be able to determine a user's timezone within a web page?   Perhaps from an HTTP header or part of the user-agent string?...
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In 2007, the days that we switch to daylight savings time changed.  Any date that falls within the extend range of DST prior to that change is reporting an incorrect timezone offset in Chrome and Firefox.  It's like Firefox and Chrome don't...
I need the next flow:  var a = new Date(1337324400000, 'Europe/Amsterdam'); //+2h console.log(a); // for example 12:00 Mon ... a.setTimeZone('Europe/Kiev'); //+3h console.log(a); // 13:00 Mon ...   Is there such possibility in nodej...

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