nan_payload is an Ada package that provides support for using the NaN payload field from IEEE-754 floating point. Storing 'non-available' errors as well as other symbolic values instead of any of the numbers in numeric arrays is necessary in many statistical applications. The package allows you to read and write the part of NaN IEEE754-64 bit values known as 'the payload', which is 51 bits long, and also to treat the long_float type as an implicit tagged type by storing tags and values in the payload. Calendar dates with ms resolution as well as 9-letter symbols and some not available/error codes are provided as subtypes. Formatted output with Fortran-like descriptors as well as reading values from strings for these types is also provided.
JS Date Range Picker is a package to let the user pick a range between two dates. It can be used to present two form inputs that let the user choose dates using calendar pull down menus. The dates may be validated so the range end date is not set to a day before the range start date. The format of the dates and the week start day are configurable parameters. The chosen dates are returned in the ISO-8601 extended format.
Gideros Countdown class displays (and updates) the time left until a time provided by the user. The time can be provided in any time units, and they will be recalculated to specified time units. It is possible to specify which units or text will appear in countdown and which text must be hidden if a certain unit reaches 0 by using labels for each time unit.
Titanium Countdown shows a time countdown in Titanium label objects. It can start a time countdown from given time left to the end. It shows the remaining time in label objects of a Titanium application which display the time left in years, months, days, hours, minutes, and seconds. The object can also pause and resume the time countdown any time.
Dateutils are a bunch of tools that revolve around fiddling with dates and times in the command line, with a strong focus on use cases that arise when dealing with large amounts of financial data. Their target market is shell scripts that need date calculations or calendar conversions, and as such they are highly pipe-able and modeled after their well-known cousins (e.g. dtest vs. test, or dgrep vs. grep).
DatePNG is a PHP class can be used to generate a PNG image with a given time. It opens a template image in PNG format and renders text with a time in one or more formats. The font, size, position, angle, and color of the text are configurable parameters. The resulting image is generated in the PNG format as the current script output.