How to get timezone, Language and County Id in flutter by the location of device in flutter?

Flutter locales explained First of all, you should understand the difference between system settings and your application settings: System settings – what the system provides to your app as user preferences for your information. Application settings – what you decided (explicitly or implicitly) to be the application locale. You may allow your users to select … Read more

Twig date difference

Since PHP 5.3 There is another option without to write an extension. This example show how to calc the plural day/days {# endDate and startDate are strings or DateTime objects #} {% set difference = date(endDate).diff(date(startDate)) %} {% set leftDays = difference.days %} {% if leftDays == 1 %} 1 day {% else %} {{ … Read more

Best practices with saving datetime & timezone info in database when data is dependant on datetime

Hugo’s answer is mostly correct, but I’ll add a few key points: When you’re storing the customer’s time zone, do NOT store a numerical offset. As others have pointed out, the offset from UTC is only for a single point in time, and can easily change for DST and for other reasons. Instead, you should … Read more

Using DateTime properties in Code-First Entity Framework and SQL Server

You can specify the type in Fluent API: modelBuilder.Entity<Book>() .Property(f => f.DateTimeAdded) .HasColumnType(“datetime2”); This creates a datetime2(7) column in the database. If you want to finetune the precision you can use: modelBuilder.Entity<Book>() .Property(f => f.DateTimeAdded) .HasColumnType(“datetime2”) .HasPrecision(0); … for a datetime2(0) column in the DB. However, the code you have shown in your question works … Read more