This is a library implementing portions of Martin Folwers temporal patterns discussed in this paper: http://martinfowler.com/apsupp/recurring.pdf. It allows for simple implementations of complex recurrence events. This library can be used for calculating recurrance of appointments or events, for testing membership into a complex recurrance range, etc. See example link below to see it in action.
It is located in the Dart Pub Directory as dartemporal, or can be found on GitHub at https://github.com/iburton/dartemporal.
All classes in this library inherit from the TExpression class. They implement the following methods:
An example case can be found here: https://github.com/iburton/DarTemporal/wiki/At-a-glance
The API documentation can be found here: http://iburton.github.io/dartemporal/api/index.html
No custom exceptions are currently defined.
So you think you found a bug? You are probably right! Please log an issue @ https://github.com/iburton/dartemporal/issues?state=open If you want to provide a test case we can add to the test suite to capture it next time, all the beter. We are using drone.io to continually test the library, the current build test status is above.
All roadmap items are tracked via github issues @ https://github.com/iburton/dartemporal/issues?state=open
To date, all code has been written by Ira Burton (iburton), a very rookie Dart programmer. If something is not working correctly, it is likely because he made some sort of dunderheaded mistake. Please feel free to thoroughly bash him for all mistakes so he can learn the right way to do it. There is no pride of authorship here.
Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: dartemporal: ^0.0.5
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$ pub get
$ flutter packages get
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Now in your Dart code, you can use:
|0.0.5||Jun 12, 2016|
|0.0.4||Jun 3, 2014|
|0.0.3||Jul 18, 2013|
|0.0.2||Jul 16, 2013|
|0.0.1||Jul 4, 2013|
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