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JavaScript Tutorials — Date and Time

JavaScript » Date and Time — about 1 year ago
A countdown timer is a great way to let your visitors know when an important date is coming up (like when a new feature on your website will be added). In this tutorial we'll show you how to make a countdown timer to a specific date. Overall this script is very easy to implement and takes just 30 lines of code.
JavaScript » Date and Time — over 3 years ago
For this post, we are showcasing some of the best calendar and date picker scripts that you may find useful for your web project.
JavaScript » Date and Time — over 4 years ago
Use JavaScript to make a simple real-time clock that you can place on any Web page. Along the way, you take a look at how to access text nodes in the DOM, and how to set an onLoad event handler.
JavaScript » Date and Time — over 4 years ago
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a simple clock using javascript.
JavaScript » Date and Time — over 4 years ago
In this tutorial, I will explain how to easily create a clock using javascript.
JavaScript » Date and Time — over 6 years ago
We are going to manipulate data which we get from Date object constructor. Using the date object and some of its methods, you can create your own JavaScript clock customized to our needs. First of all we define variable var currentDate=new Date() and create a date object. An advantage of using objects is that objects can hold multiple values, where variables can only keep one value at a time. And then using above method get the required parameter stored in variable.
JavaScript » Date and Time — over 6 years ago
In this article we are going to design a JavaScript Left to right text scroll at windows Status Bar. Now we define a function MsgFLY() and going to call it through Window object supports methods setTimeout() to call same function after every 1000 milliseconds. The Window object supports methods for setting timers that we might use to perform a variety of functions.
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