I have spent some time working on a neat and helpful application which will help you deal with different timezones more easily.
It will show you the current time of other timezones. In addition to that, it will also help you find out what a certain time in a given timezone in another timezone is.
Here for example, you want to set up a conference call on '19:42 GMT+1 this Tuesday'. Your client is located in Zurich, which is GMT+1. You are located in San Francisco and the developer is located in NYC - like this, you can easily determine what '19:42 GMT+1' means for every participant of the conference call.
I have also included the date since it could be Tuesday in one timezone and already Wednesday in another (this is important when dealing within 12+ timezones).
Furthermore, timezones aren't being used as the description of an item in the list, people mostly want to know what time it is in a certain city, as they often don't know the name of the timezone.
Feedback is very much welcome!
about 1 year ago
Awesome work mate :)
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