cmixin/business-time

Carbon mixin to handle business days and opening hours

1.6.0 2020-05-14 07:28 UTC

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Carbon mixin to handle business days and opening hours

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Install

composer require cmixin/business-time

Usage

First load the mixin in some global bootstrap place of your app:

<?php

use Carbon\Carbon;
use Cmixin\BusinessTime;

BusinessTime::enable(Carbon::class);
// Or if you use Laravel:
// BusinessDay::enable('Illuminate\Support\Carbon');

// And you can enable multiple classes at once:
BusinessTime::enable([
    Carbon::class,
    CarbonImmutable::class,
]);

// As a second argument you can set default opening hours:
BusinessTime::enable(Carbon::class, [
  'monday' => ['09:00-12:00', '13:00-18:00'],
  'tuesday' => ['09:00-12:00', '13:00-18:00'],
  'wednesday' => ['09:00-12:00'],
  'thursday' => ['09:00-12:00', '13:00-18:00'],
  'friday' => ['09:00-12:00', '13:00-20:00'],
  'saturday' => ['09:00-12:00', '13:00-16:00'],
  'sunday' => [],
  'exceptions' => [
    '2016-11-11' => ['09:00-12:00'],
    '2016-12-25' => [],
    '01-01' => [], // Recurring on each 1st of january
    '12-25' => ['09:00-12:00'], // Recurring on each 25th of december
  ],
  // You can use the holidays provided by BusinessDay
  // and mark them as fully closed days using 'holidaysAreClosed'
  'holidaysAreClosed' => true,
  // Note that exceptions will still have the precedence over
  // the holidaysAreClosed option.
  'holidays' => [
    'region' => 'us-ny', // Load the official list of holidays from USA - New York
    'with' => [
      'labor-day' => null, // Remove the Labor Day (so the business is open)
      'company-special-holiday' => '04-07', // Add some custom holiday of your company 
    ],
  ],
]);

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Business days methods are now available on any Carbon instance used anywhere later.

Features

By enabling BusinessTime you automatically benefit on every holidays features of BusinessDay, see cmixin/business-day

As soon as you set opening hours (using the second parameter of BusinessTime::enable(), Carbon::setOpeningHours([...]) or $carbonDate->setOpeningHours([...])), you'll be able to retrieve opening hours on any Carbon instance or statically ($carbonDate->getOpeningHours() or Carbon::getOpeningHours()) as an instance of OpeningHours (spatie/opening-hours), see spatie/opening-hours for complete list of features of this class.

Then with opening hours, you'll get the following methods directly available on Carbon instances:

Holidays

By default, holidays has no particular opening hours, it will use the opening hours of the current day of week, but you can use the 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option to close the business on every holiday that is not specified otherwise in the 'exceptions' option. Else you can use a custom exception handler to link holidays or any dynamic calculation as below:

BusinessTime::enable(Carbon::class, [
  'monday' => ['09:00-12:00', '13:00-18:00'],
  'tuesday' => ['09:00-12:00', '13:00-18:00'],
  'wednesday' => ['09:00-12:00'],
  'thursday' => ['09:00-12:00', '13:00-18:00'],
  'friday' => ['09:00-12:00', '13:00-20:00'],
  'saturday' => ['09:00-12:00', '13:00-16:00'],
  'sunday' => [],
  'exceptions' => [
    function (Carbon $date) {
      if ($date->isHoliday()) {
        // Or use ->isObservedHoliday() and set observed holidays:
        // https://github.com/kylekatarnls/business-day#setobservedholidayszone
        switch ($date->getHolidayId()) {
          // If the ID "christmas" exists in the selected holidays region and matches the current date:
          case 'christmas':
            return ['10:00-12:00'];
          default:
            return []; // All other holidays are closed all day long
            // Here you can also pass context data:
            return [
              'hours' => [],
              'data'  => [
                'reason' => 'Today is ' . $date->getHolidayName(),
              ],
            ];
        }
      }
      // Else, typical day => use days of week settings
    },
  ],
]);

Carbon::setHolidaysRegion('us-national');
Carbon::parse('2018-12-25 11:00')->isOpen(); // true  matches custom opening hours of Christmas
Carbon::parse('2018-12-25 13:00')->isOpen(); // false
Carbon::parse('2019-01-01 11:00')->isOpen(); // false closed all day long
Carbon::parse('2019-01-02 11:00')->isOpen(); // true  not an holiday in us-national region, so it's open as any common wednesday

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isOpenOn

Allows to know if the business is usually on open on a given day.

Carbon::isOpenOn('monday') // Returns true if default opening hours include monday
                           // Carbon::MONDAY would also works

$date->isOpenOn('monday') // Returns true $date opening hours include monday, if $date has no opening hours set,
                          // if will fallback to default opening hours you set globally

isClosedOn

Opposite of isOpenOn

Carbon::isClosedOn('monday')
$date->isClosedOn('monday')

isOpen

Allows to know if the business is usually on open at a given moment.

Carbon::isOpen()       // returns true if the business is now open
$carbonDate->isOpen()  // returns true if the business is open at the current date and time

if (Carbon::isOpen()) {
  $closingTime = Carbon::nextClose()->isoFormat('LT');
  echo "It's now open and until $closingTime.";
}

isClosed

Opposite of isOpen

Carbon::isClosed()       // returns true if the business is now closed
$carbonDate->isClosed()  // returns true if the business is closed at the current date and time

if (Carbon::isClosed()) {
  $openingTime = Carbon::nextClose()->calendar();
  echo "It's now closed and will re-open $openingTime.";
}

nextOpen

Go to next open-business time.

Carbon::nextOpen()       // go to next open time from now
$carbonDate->nextOpen()  // go to next open time from $carbonDate

nextClose

Go to next closed-business time.

Carbon::nextClose()       // go to next close time from now
$carbonDate->nextClose()  // go to next close time from $carbonDate

previousOpen

Go to previous open-business time.

Carbon::previousOpen()       // go to previous open time from now
$carbonDate->previousOpen()  // go to previous open time from $carbonDate

previousClose

Go to previous closed-business time.

Carbon::previousClose()       // go to previous close time from now
$carbonDate->previousClose()  // go to previous close time from $carbonDate

addOpenTime

Add the given interval of time taking only into account open ranges of hours.

For instance, if the current day has ["09:00-12:00", "13:30-17:00"] open range of hours, adding 2 open hours when it's 11am will actually add 3 hours and 30 minutes (step over the midday break: an hour and a half) and so set the time to 14:30.

Carbon::addOpenTime('2 hours and 30 minutes')      // add 2 hours and 30 minutes to now
$carbonDate->addOpenTime('2 hours and 30 minutes') // add 2 hours and 30 minutes to $carbonDate

// Can be used with the same interval definitions than add/sub methods of Carbon
$carbonDate->addOpenTime(235, 'seconds')
$carbonDate->addOpenTime(new DateInterval('PT1H23M45S'))
$carbonDate->addOpenTime(CarbonInterval::hours(3)->minutes(20))

$carbonDate->addOpenTime('2 hours and 30 minutes', BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// add 2 hours and 30 minutes considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

addOpenHours

Add the given number of hours taking only into account open ranges of hours.

Carbon::addOpenHours(3)      // add 3 open hours to now
$carbonDate->addOpenHours(3) // add 3 open hours to $carbonDate


$carbonDate->addOpenHours(3, BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// add 3 open hours considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

addOpenMinutes

Add the given number of minutes taking only into account open ranges of hours.

Carbon::addOpenMinutes(3)      // add 3 open minutes to now
$carbonDate->addOpenMinutes(3) // add 3 open minutes to $carbonDate


$carbonDate->addOpenMinutes(3, BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// add 3 open minutes considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

addClosedTime

Add the given interval of time taking only into account closed ranges of hours.

Carbon::addClosedTime('2 hours and 30 minutes')      // add 2 hours and 30 minutes to now
$carbonDate->addClosedTime('2 hours and 30 minutes') // add 2 hours and 30 minutes to $carbonDate

// Can be used with the same interval definitions than add/sub methods of Carbon
$carbonDate->addClosedTime(235, 'seconds')
$carbonDate->addClosedTime(new DateInterval('PT1H23M45S'))
$carbonDate->addClosedTime(CarbonInterval::hours(3)->minutes(20))

$carbonDate->addClosedTime('2 hours and 30 minutes', BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// add 2 hours and 30 minutes considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

addClosedHours

Add the given number of hours taking only into account closed ranges of hours.

Carbon::addClosedHours(3)      // add 3 closed hours to now
$carbonDate->addClosedHours(3) // add 3 closed hours to $carbonDate


$carbonDate->addClosedHours(3, BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// add 3 closed hours considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

addClosedMinutes

Add the given number of minutes taking only into account closed ranges of hours.

Carbon::addClosedMinutes(3)      // add 3 closed minutes to now
$carbonDate->addClosedMinutes(3) // add 3 closed minutes to $carbonDate


$carbonDate->addClosedMinutes(3, BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// add 3 closed minutes considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

subOpenTime

Subtract the given interval of time taking only into account open ranges of hours.

Carbon::subOpenTime('2 hours and 30 minutes')      // subtract 2 hours and 30 minutes to now
$carbonDate->subOpenTime('2 hours and 30 minutes') // subtract 2 hours and 30 minutes to $carbonDate

// Can be used with the same interval definitions than add/sub methods of Carbon
$carbonDate->subOpenTime(235, 'seconds')
$carbonDate->subOpenTime(new DateInterval('PT1H23M45S'))
$carbonDate->subOpenTime(CarbonInterval::hours(3)->minutes(20))

$carbonDate->subOpenTime('2 hours and 30 minutes', BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// subtract 2 hours and 30 minutes considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

subOpenHours

Subtract the given number of hours taking only into account open ranges of hours.

Carbon::subOpenHours(3)      // subtract 3 open hours to now
$carbonDate->subOpenHours(3) // subtract 3 open hours to $carbonDate


$carbonDate->subOpenHours(3, BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// subtract 3 open hours considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

subOpenMinutes

Subtract the given number of minutes taking only into account open ranges of hours.

Carbon::subOpenMinutes(3)      // subtract 3 open minutes to now
$carbonDate->subOpenMinutes(3) // subtract 3 open minutes to $carbonDate


$carbonDate->subOpenMinutes(3, BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// subtract 3 open minutes considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

subClosedTime

Subtract the given interval of time taking only into account closed ranges of hours.

Carbon::subClosedTime('2 hours and 30 minutes')      // subtract 2 hours and 30 minutes to now
$carbonDate->subClosedTime('2 hours and 30 minutes') // subtract 2 hours and 30 minutes to $carbonDate

// Can be used with the same interval definitions than add/sub methods of Carbon
$carbonDate->subClosedTime(235, 'seconds')
$carbonDate->subClosedTime(new DateInterval('PT1H23M45S'))
$carbonDate->subClosedTime(CarbonInterval::hours(3)->minutes(20))

$carbonDate->subClosedTime('2 hours and 30 minutes', BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// subtract 2 hours and 30 minutes considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

subClosedHours

Subtract the given number of hours taking only into account closed ranges of hours.

Carbon::subClosedHours(3)      // subtract 3 closed hours to now
$carbonDate->subClosedHours(3) // subtract 3 closed hours to $carbonDate


$carbonDate->subClosedHours(3, BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// subtract 3 closed hours considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

subClosedMinutes

Subtract the given number of minutes taking only into account closed ranges of hours.

Carbon::subClosedMinutes(3)      // subtract 3 closed minutes to now
$carbonDate->subClosedMinutes(3) // subtract 3 closed minutes to $carbonDate


$carbonDate->subClosedMinutes(3, BusinessTime::HOLIDAYS_ARE_CLOSED)
// subtract 3 closed minutes considering holidays as closed (equivalent than using 'holidaysAreClosed' => true option)

getCurrentDayOpeningHours

Returns the opening hours current day settings (first matching exception or else current weekday settings).

BusinessTime::enable(Carbon::class, [
  'monday' => [
    'data' => [
      'remarks' => 'Extra evening on Monday',
    ],
    'hours' => [
        '09:00-12:00',
        '13:00-18:00',
        '19:00-20:00',
    ]
  ],
  // ...
]);

$todayRanges = Carbon::getCurrentDayOpeningHours(); // Equivalent to Carbon::now()->getCurrentDayOpeningHours()
// You can also get opening hours of any other day: Carbon::parse('2018-01-16')->getCurrentDayOpeningHours()

echo '<h1>Today office open hours</h1>';
$data = $todayRanges->getData();
if (is_array($data) && isset($data['remarks'])) {
  echo '<p><em>' . $data['remarks'] . '</em></p>';
}
// $todayRanges is iterable on every time range of the day.
foreach ($todayRanges as $range) {
  // TimeRange object have start, end and data properties but can also be implicitly converted as strings:
  echo '<p><time>' . $range . '</time></p>';
}
// $todayRanges can also be directly dumped as string
echo '<p>' . $todayRanges . '</p>';

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isBusinessOpen / isOpenExcludingHolidays

Equivalent to isOpen when 'holidaysAreClosed' is set to true.

Allows to know if the business is usually on open at a given moment and not an holidays. But you also can handle holidays with a dedicated exception for a finest setting. See Holidays section

Carbon::setHolidaysRegion('us-national');
Carbon::isBusinessOpen()       // returns true if the business is now open and not an holiday
$carbonDate->isBusinessOpen()  // returns true if the business is open and not an holiday at the current date and time

isBusinessClosed / isClosedIncludingHolidays

Equivalent to isClosed when 'holidaysAreClosed' is set to true.

Opposite of isOpenExcludingHolidays

Carbon::setHolidaysRegion('us-national');
Carbon::isBusinessClosed()       // returns true if the business is now closed or an holiday
$carbonDate->isBusinessClosed()  // returns true if the business is closed or an holiday at the current date and time

nextBusinessOpen / nextOpenExcludingHolidays

Equivalent to nextOpen when 'holidaysAreClosed' is set to true.

Go to next open time (considering all holidays as closed time). But prefer to handle holidays with a dedicated exception for a finest setting. See Holidays section

Carbon::setHolidaysRegion('us-national');
echo Carbon::nextBusinessOpen();
echo $carbonDate->nextBusinessOpen();

nextBusinessClose / nextCloseIncludingHolidays

Equivalent to nextClose when 'holidaysAreClosed' is set to true.

Go to next closed time (considering all holidays as closed time). But prefer to handle holidays with a dedicated exception for a finest setting. See Holidays section

Carbon::setHolidaysRegion('us-national');
echo Carbon::nextBusinessClose();
echo $carbonDate->nextBusinessClose();

previousBusinessOpen / previousOpenExcludingHolidays

Equivalent to previousOpen when 'holidaysAreClosed' is set to true.

Go to previous open time (considering all holidays as closed time). But prefer to handle holidays with a dedicated exception for a finest setting. See Holidays section

Carbon::setHolidaysRegion('us-national');
echo Carbon::previousBusinessOpen();
echo $carbonDate->previousBusinessOpen();

previousBusinessClose / previousCloseIncludingHolidays

Equivalent to previousClose when 'holidaysAreClosed' is set to true.

Go to previous closed time (considering all holidays as closed time). But prefer to handle holidays with a dedicated exception for a finest setting. See Holidays section

Carbon::setHolidaysRegion('us-national');
echo Carbon::previousBusinessClose();
echo $carbonDate->previousBusinessClose();

currentOr*

Methods starting with currentOr are followed by:

  • a time-direction: Next / Previous
  • optionally Business (meaning holidays are automatically considered as closed no matter the 'holidaysAreClosed' is true or false)
  • a state Open / Close

All currentOr* methods return the current date-time if it's in the state (see above), else they return the first date-time (next or previous according to the given time-direction) where a state change to be the chosen state (open / close).

Note: BusinessOpen can also be written explicitly as OpenExcludingHolidays and BusinessClose as CloseIncludingHolidays.

openOr*

Methods starting with openOr are followed by:

  • a time-direction: Next / Previous
  • optionally Business (meaning holidays are automatically considered as closed no matter the 'holidaysAreClosed' is true or false)
  • Close (for open-or-next/previous-open, see currentOr*)

All openOr* methods return the current date-time if it's open, else they return the first date-time (next or previous according to the given time-direction) the business close.

Note: BusinessClose can also be written explicitly as CloseIncludingHolidays.

closedOr*

Methods starting with closedOr are followed by:

  • a time-direction: Next / Previous
  • optionally Business (meaning holidays are automatically considered as closed no matter the 'holidaysAreClosed' is true or false)
  • Open (for closed-or-next/previous-closed, see currentOr*)

All closedOr* methods return the current date-time if it's closed, else they return the first date-time (next or previous according to the given time-direction) the business open.

Note: BusinessOpen can also be written explicitly as OpenExcludingHolidays.

getCurrentOpenTimeRanges

Get list of ranges that contain the current date-time.

foreach (Carbon::getCurrentOpenTimeRanges() as $timeRange) {
  echo 'From: '.$timeRange->start().' to '.$timeRange->end()."\n";
}
foreach ($carbonDate->getCurrentOpenTimeRanges() as $timeRange) {
  echo 'From: '.$timeRange->start().' to '.$timeRange->end()."\n";
}

getCurrentOpenTimeRange

Get the first range that contain the current date-time.

$timeRange = Carbon::getCurrentOpenTimeRange();

if ($timeRange) {
  echo 'From: '.$timeRange->start().' to '.$timeRange->end()."\n";
}

$timeRange = $carbonDate->getCurrentOpenTimeRange();

if ($timeRange) {
  echo 'From: '.$timeRange->start().' to '.$timeRange->end()."\n";
}

getCurrentOpenTimeRangeStart

Get the start of the current open time range (if open, holidays ignored).

$start = Carbon::getCurrentOpenTimeRangeStart();

if ($start) {
  echo 'Open since '.$start->format('l H:i')."\n";
} else {
  echo "Closed\n";
}

$start = $carbonDate->getCurrentOpenTimeRangeStart();

if ($start) {
  echo 'Open since '.$start->format('l H:i')."\n";
} else {
   echo "Closed\n";
 }

getCurrentOpenTimeRangeEnd

Get the end of the current open time range (if open, holidays ignored).

$end = Carbon::getCurrentOpenTimeRangeEnd();

if ($end) {
  echo 'Will close at '.$start->format('l H:i')."\n";
} else {
  echo "Closed\n";
}

$end = $carbonDate->getCurrentOpenTimeRangeEnd();

if ($end) {
  echo 'Will close at '.$start->format('l H:i')."\n";
} else {
   echo "Closed\n";
 }

getCurrentBusinessTimeRangeStart

Get the start of the current open time range (if open and not holiday).

$start = Carbon::getCurrentBusinessTimeRangeStart();

if ($start) {
  echo 'Open since '.$start->format('l H:i')."\n";
} else {
  echo "Closed\n";
}

$start = $carbonDate->getCurrentBusinessTimeRangeStart();

if ($start) {
  echo 'Open since '.$start->format('l H:i')."\n";
} else {
   echo "Closed\n";
 }

getCurrentBusinessTimeRangeEnd

Get the end of the current open time range (if open and not holiday).

$end = Carbon::getCurrentBusinessTimeRangeEnd();

if ($end) {
  echo 'Will close at '.$start->format('l H:i')."\n";
} else {
  echo "Closed\n";
}

$end = $carbonDate->getCurrentBusinessTimeRangeEnd();

if ($end) {
  echo 'Will close at '.$start->format('l H:i')."\n";
} else {
   echo "Closed\n";
 }

Laravel

To enable business-time globally in Laravel, set default openning hours and holidays settings in the config file config/carbon.php (create this file if it does not exist yet):

<?php return [
  'opening-hours' => [
    'monday' => ['08:00-12:00', '14:00-19:00'],
    'wednesday' => ['09:00-19:00'],
  ],
  'holidaysAreClosed' => true,
  'holidays' => [
    'region' => 'us',
    'with' => [
      'boss-birthday' => '09-26',
      'last-monday'   => '= last Monday of October',
    ],
  ],
];

Note about timezones

When you set an holidays region, it does not change the timezone, so if January 1st is an holiday, ->isHoliday() returns true from Carbon::parse('2010-01-01 00:00:00.000000) to Carbon::parse('2010-01-01 23:59:59.999999) no matter the timezone you set for those Carbon instance.

If you want to know if it's holiday or business day in somewhere else in the world, you have to convert it:

Carbon::parse('2010-01-01 02:30', 'Europe/Paris')->setTimezone('America/Toronto')->isHoliday() // false
Carbon::parse('2010-01-01 12:30', 'Europe/Paris')->setTimezone('America/Toronto')->isHoliday() // true

The same goes for opening hours, let's say you want to know if you call center based in Toronto is available from Tokyo at a given hour (Tokyo timezone), you would get something like:

// Opening hours in Toronto
BusinessTime::enable(Carbon::class, [
  'monday' => ['08:00-20:00'],
  'tuesday' => ['08:00-20:00'],
  'wednesday' => ['08:00-20:00'],
  'thursday' => ['08:00-20:00'],
]);
// Can I call the hotline if it's Tuesday 19:30 in Tokyo? > No
Carbon::parse('2019-03-05 20:30', 'Asia/Tokyo')->setTimezone('America/Toronto')->isOpen() // false
// Can I call the hotline if it's Tuesday 22:30 in Tokyo? > Yes
Carbon::parse('2019-03-05 22:30', 'Asia/Tokyo')->setTimezone('America/Toronto')->isOpen() // true

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