Date object implementation was copied directly from Java’s Date Class. Java maintainers eventually deprecated many of
Date class methods and created the
Calendar Class in 1997 to replace it.
Date API never got a proper fix, which is why we have the following problems with it today:
Dateobject is mutable
Currently, there’s no way to fix the bad parts of the
Date API because of its widespread use in libraries and browser engines. Changing the way
Date API works will most likely break many websites and libraries out there.
Temporal API proposal is designed to solve the problems with the
Please keep in mind that the Temporal proposal is currently at stage 2, so it’s not ready for production use yet.
Let’s see how Temporal API feature works with code examples. All Temporal API code is created using the Temporal Polyfill.
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