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Library to extend the functionality of the TimeSpan structure to be comparable, serializable, and convertible. It also supports localized string formatting and parsing so a TimeSpan can be represented by something like "3 days, 2 hours, 19 minutes" instead of "3:02:19:00".
Library for work with Time spans
A small .NET library for reading plain English text and converting it to a TimeSpan
A Winform control for selecting a time-span value.
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A small library to handle ISO8601 durations (e.g. P1Y for 1 year, PT2H30M for 2 hours and 30 minutes) in C#.
Perform set operations like difference, union and intersection on list of timeslots, modeled as a pair of Timespans - one for the time past some reference point in time when the slot opens and the other for how long the slot stays open
A basic timespan picker for UWP
Provides extensions for TimeSpan. Added new TimeValue Week.
Duration parser which return a timespan
A fluent interface in .NET for working with dates and times, inspired by ActiveSupport's time extensions.
The Coding4Fun Toolkit has multiple controls and useful items for XAML based applications.
Timely (or Timely Extensions) is a small Library that gives you some shortcuts for Dates and TimeSpan. With these you can do stuff like "15.February(1996)" or "16.Minutes() + 20.Seconds()".
An IUserType for Nullable<TimeSpan>
A simple library that attempts to convert a timespan expressed in a natural human langage into the machine-friendly representation (a TimeSpan object).
This project implements a Finite-State-Machine (FSM) as a PCL (portable class library) designed to be used in games.
Furthermore it implements even a Stack-Based-FSM (SBFSM). So you may tell it to 'continue with the last state before the active one'.
You describe your FSM using a nice and well...
Implements a simple set of helpers to handle EPOCH timestamps in .NET
A user type convention which sets custom type to NullableTimeType
Unix time stamp converter for Json.NET
A tiny c# utility for calculating work days and work time. The code is written in .NET C#.
The tool is useful for calculate difference between two dates of workdays, to plan projects excluding holidays and absences. Is also a simple starting-point to addons to estimate the date of the end of...
Working with dates and time in .NET works great, but I feel it could be more natural to work with them. new DateTime(2000, 6, 3) is less natural than 3.June(2000), isn't it?