I am trying to figure out, how i can convert a unix timestamp to a readable date using javascript.   For an example, i want to convert this unix: 1422360000, to a date format like this (or something simular):   Tue, 27 Jan 2015 12:00:00 GMT        So...
I'm throwing a unix timestamp from my php to my javascript and I noticed that PHP and Javascript timestamps are different (seconds vs. milliseconds) from the epoch.   What I'm basically doing is to echo the php unixtime then add 3 zeroes (as...
I was wondering what tool/package I can use to create a graph that can put multiple sub categories on x axis. This is very similar to a feature in excel graphs.  For example:  Apple| Oranges| WaterMelon | Bittermelon | Cucumbers | Lotus Root     Frui...
I found the text browser w3m which is the best so far in my opinion. However, it is main problem is Javascript.  I cannot see comments at all in Stackoverflow when I use it.  I am not sure what is the restriction in letting Javascript to be in termin...
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In database i have a row with date & time, say 2014-04-16 00:00:00 then I convert that datetime to unix timestamp using  strtotime('2014-04-16 00:00:00') * 1000; // result 1397577600000   In javascript i am trying to get the hour using th...
Is there a script that provides similar functions as Google Chrome javascript console? I said script? I mean emulator, shell, something with which I can automate my simple actions:   Go to page Open javascript console Type there a function Catch out...
I'm using node to build some jQuery plugins. The tests for each one run using grunt and qunit and include copies of jQuery from a shared directory which is above (i.e. outside of) the grunt server's web root for each one.  /plug1 //web root f...
everyone, I got you a bug that I'm not able to fix at all.  The explanation is: I've made a pipe to use in my Angular 6/Material 2 project that should clean the string typed in a textarea.  The test/pipe is running here: https://stackblitz.co...
Does anyone know what this (HUAWEI_Mate_9_Pro-1e87b88) is referring to and why it says this? Currently, I'm working on a macbook air and using public WiFi (unsecured). This looks super fishy and shows up when I open my terminal....

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