**tl;dr: We are looking for feedback on the **[**Temporal proposal**](https://tc39.es/proposal-temporal/docs/index.html)**. Try out the **[**polyfill**](https://www.npmjs.com/package/proposal-temporal)**, and complete...
tl;dr: We are looking for feedback on the **[Temporal proposal](https://tc39.es/proposal-temporal/docs/index.html). Try out the [polyfill](https://www.npmjs.com/package/proposal-temporal), and complete the [survey](https://forms.gle/iL9iZg7Y9LvH41Nv8); but don’t use it in production yet!**
Date has remained very hard to work with directly.
Temporal. Temporal is a robust and modern API for working with dates, times, and timestamps, and also makes it easy to do things that were hard or impossible with
Date, like converting dates between time zones, adding and subtracting while accounting for daylight saving time, working with date-only or time-only data, and even handling dates in non-Gregorian calendars. Although Temporal has “just works” defaults, it also provides fine-grained opt-in control of overflows, interpreting ambiguous times, and other corner cases. For more on the history of the proposal, and why it’s not possible to fix
For examples of the power of Temporal, check out the cookbook. Many of these examples would be difficult to do with legacy
Date, particularly the ones involving time zones. (We would have put an example in this post, but the code might soon become stale, for reasons which will hopefully become clear!)
Become a master of times and dates in Python as you work with the datetime and calender modules in this data science tutorial.
This week, I had to construct a date selector form in React that looks like this. As you can see, the user interface includes the surrounding month and date options in addition to the selected date. This means that I need to not only keep track of the current date, but I also need a way to conveniently figure out how many days are in the selected month.