luxon#Interval JavaScript Examples

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Example #1
Source File: calendar.js    From jc-calendar with MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
 * Returns an array for the passed date's month with trailing dates for next/previous months.
 * The array represents a calendar that starts on Sunday and ends on Saturday.
 * @param {string} dateString The date (format: `yyyy-MM`) to generate the grid from.
export function getMonthlyCalendarGrid(dateString) {
  const month = DateTime.fromFormat(dateString, MONTH_FORMAT);

  // Get the interval for the provided month
  const monthInterval = Interval.fromDateTimes(

  // Get offsets for trailing months
  const firstWeekOffset = toLocalWeekdayNumber(monthInterval.start.weekday) - 1;
  const lastWeekOffset =
    DAYS_IN_A_WEEK - toLocalWeekdayNumber(monthInterval.end.weekday);

  // Get calendar with trailing intervals
  const calendarInterval = Interval.fromDateTimes(
      days: firstWeekOffset > 0 ? firstWeekOffset : 0,
    }),{ days: lastWeekOffset })

  // Map the interval to an ordered dates array that represents a calendars month.
  const totalDays = calendarInterval.count('days');
  const start = calendarInterval.start;
  return Array(totalDays)
    .map((_, startOffset) => {
      const date ={ days: startOffset });
      return {
        key: date.toFormat(DATE_FORMAT),
        text: date.toLocaleString({ locale: APP_LOCALE, day: 'numeric' }),
        trailing: !month.hasSame(date, 'month'),
        isWeekend: weekendNumbers.includes(toLocalWeekdayNumber(date.weekday)),