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[Phoenix LiveView] formatting date/time with local time zone
2 projects | dev.to | 6 Mar 2021
According to the Cldr library documentation, all we need to set it up is just create a module like this:
What are some alternatives?
moment - Moment is designed to bring easy date and time handling to Elixir.
calendar - date-time and time zone handling in Elixir
chronos - An elixir date/time library
timex - A complete date/time library for Elixir projects.
milliseconds - Simple library to work with milliseconds
Crontab - Parse Cron Expressions, Compose Cron Expression Strings and Caluclate Execution Dates.
repeatex - Natural language for repeating dates
filtrex - A library for performing and validating complex filters from a client (e.g. smart filters)
jalaali - Jalaali (also known as Jalali, Persian, Khorshidi, Shamsi) calendar implementation in Elixir.
block_timer - Macros to use :timer.apply_after and :timer.apply_interval with a block