Intl.DateTimeFormat object is part of the ECMAScript Internationalization API, which provides language sensitive date and time formatting. The
resolvedOptions() method returns an object with properties reflecting the locale and formatting options computed during the initialization of the object.
This snippet will print the current date and time in UTC.
DateTimeFormat as shown previously. However, you can also format dates according to different time zones like so:
This code will output the current date and time in London.
When scheduling events for users across different time zones, you can convert the event time to the user's local time zone using the
The methods described are widely supported in major web browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. Always ensure you check the compatibility for specific features, especially if you're targeting older browser versions.
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