repat/date-constants

A series of constants designed to make it easier to express dates in PHP applications

2.0.1 2019-04-18 12:13 UTC

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The Date Constants package defines a number of useful PHP constants within your application, making it easier to express measures of dates.

These constants may seem familiar to Laravel developers, as they're absolutely inspired by Nesbot\Carbons use of date constants. Also, shoutout to the stevegrunwell/time-constants package for the idea.

Installation

Date Constants is intended to be installed via Composer:

$ composer require repat/date-constants

The package has been configured to automatically expose the constants.php file via the Composer-generated autoloader, so you'll be ready to use the constants as soon as the package has been installed!

Defined constants

This is a list of all constants defined by this package, along with their values. Each constant is wrapped in a if (! defined(...)) conditional, ensuring these constants can easily be redefined if necessary and won't conflict with existing constants.

From Carbon

  • YEARS_PER_CENTURY (100)
  • YEARS_PER_DECADE (10)
  • MONTHS_PER_YEAR (12)
  • WEEKS_PER_YEAR (52)
  • DAYS_PER_WEEK (7)
  • HOURS_PER_DAY (24)

Days of the week

  • SUNDAY (0)
  • MONDAY (1)
  • TUESDAY (2)
  • WEDNESDAY (3)
  • THURSDAY (4)
  • FRIDAY (5)
  • SATURDAY (6)

Misc

  • DAYS_PER_YEAR (365)
  • DAYS_PER_LEAP_YEAR (366)
  • DAYS_PER_FORTNIGHT (14)

Months

  • JANUARY (1)
  • FEBRUARY (2)
  • MARCH (3)
  • APRIL (4)
  • MAY (5)
  • JUNE (6)
  • JULY (7)
  • AUGUST (8)
  • SEPTEMBER (9)
  • OCTOBER (19)
  • NOVEMBER (11)
  • DECEMBER (12)

Amount of days

  • DAYS_JAN (31)
  • DAYS_FEB (28)
  • DAYS_FEB_LEAP (29)
  • DAYS_MAR (31)
  • DAYS_APR (30)
  • DAYS_JUN (31)
  • DAYS_JUL (30)
  • DAYS_AUG (31)
  • DAYS_SEP (30)
  • DAYS_OCT (31)
  • DAYS_NOV (30)
  • DAYS_DEC (31)

TODO

  • Finish Tests

Version

  • Version 2.0.1

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