parsidev/jalali

Shamsi Date For Laravel 5.4

dev-master 2018-05-11 13:39 UTC

README

This Package helps developers to easily work with Jalali (Shamsi or Iranian) dates in Laravel 5 applications, based on Jalali (Shamsi) DateTime class.

Installation

In the require key of composer.json file add the following

    "parsidev/jalali": "dev-master"

Run the Composer update comand

$ composer update

In your config/app.php add 'Parsidev\Jalali\JalaliServiceProvider' to the end of the $providers array

        'Parsidev\Jalali\JalaliServiceProvider',

Basic Usage

Examples

Some Examples

// default timestamp is now
$date = jDate::forge();

// pass timestamps
$date = jDate::forge(1333857600);

// pass strings to make timestamps
$date = jDate::forge('last sunday');

// get the timestamp
$date = jDate::forge('last sunday')->time(); // 1333857600

// format the timestamp
$date = jDate::forge('last sunday')->format('%B %d، %Y'); // دی 02، 1391

// get a predefined format
$date = jDate::forge('last sunday')->format('datetime'); // 1391-10-02 00:00:00
$date = jDate::forge('last sunday')->format('date'); // 1391-10-02
$date = jDate::forge('last sunday')->format('time'); // 00:00:00

// amend the timestamp value, relative to existing value
$date = jDate::forge('2012-10-12')->reforge('+ 3 days')->format('date'); // 1391-07-24

// get relative 'ago' format
$date = jDate::forge('now - 10 minutes')->ago() // ۱۰ دقیقه پیش