Date object

Properties

  • year #
    • Returns the 4 digit year
  • month #
    • Returns an int from 1-12, representing the month
  • day #
    • Returns an int from 1-31
  • hour #
    • Returns an int from 0-23
  • minute #
    • Returns an int from 0-59
  • second #
    • Returns an int from 0-59
  • timestamp #
    • Returns a UNIX timestamp
  • weekStartsAt #
    • Returns an int from 0-6 (0 - Sunday, 6 - Saturday)
  • weekEndsAt #
    • Same as above
  • dateString #
    • Returns a Y-m-d string
  • dateTimeString #
    • Returns a Y-m-d H:i:s string
  • timeString #
    • Returns a H:i:s string
  • weekday #
    • Returns a boolean result if the date is a weekday date
  • weekend #
    • Returns a boolean result if the date is a weekend date
  • sunday #
    • Returns true if the date is a Sunday
    • Works for all week days monday, tuesday, wednesday, etc

Methods

Use methods to help you do more

  • format #
    • Format the date to PHP's date formatting guidelines, e.g. - {{ event.startDate.format("l d, Y") }}
  • eq #
    • check if a date is equal to another date.
    • event.startDate.eq(event.endDate) would return true if both dates would be equal
  • ne #
    • check if the dates are not equal
  • gt #
    • checks if a date is greater than the other date
    • event.startDate.gt(anotherEvent.startDate) would return true only if event.startDate were greater than anotherEvent.startDate
  • gte #
    • check for greater OR equal than
  • lt #
    • check for less than
  • lte #
    • less than OR equal
  • between #
    • check if a date is between two other dates
    • event.startDate.between(month.startDate, month.endDate) would return true if the event.startDate were between a given month range
Last Updated: 1/14/2019, 4:12:52 PM