Human-readable Elapsed Time - jQuery timeElapsed.js

Human-readable Elapsed Time - jQuery timeElapsed.js
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Time Elapsed is a fast, lightweight jQuery plugin that compares the difference between two Dates and displays a human-readable string representing the amount of time that passes from the beginning of an event to its end.

Can be used as a relative date/time formatter for publish/update dates that convert timestamps to a user-friendly format (e.g. 2 days ago, 23 hours ago, etc).

How to use it:

1. Insert the minified version fo the Time Elapsed plugin after JQuery.

<script src="/path/to/cdn/jquery.slim.min.js"></script>
<script src="/path/to/timeElapsed.js"></script>

2. Add a machine-readable date/time to the data-time attribute:

<div class="timer" data-time="2019-12-25 00:00:00">
  2019-12-25 00:00:00
</div>

3. Initialize the plugin and specify the current datatime used to calculate the elapsed time.

$('.timer').timeElapsed({
  currentTime: new Date
});

// => 2 Months

4. Add postfix & prefix to the human-readable date.

$('.timer').timeElapsed({
  currentTime: new Date,
  postfix:"ago",
  prefix: 'Publish Date: '
});

// => Publish Date: 2 Months ago

5. Enable the Full mode.

$('.timer').timeElapsed({
  currentTime: new Date,
  full: true
});

// => 2 Months 12 Days 9 Hours 56 Minutes 12 Seconds

6. Determine whether you want to show seconds or Just now.

$('.timer').timeElapsed({
  currentTime: new Date,
  seconds: false
});

// 20 seconds ago => Just Now

Changelog:

2020-04-23

  • Update timeElapsed.js

This awesome jQuery plugin is developed by Bhardwaj-Raghav. For more Advanced Usages, please check the demo page or visit the official website.