With the advent of AJAX, it is no longer possible to avoid i18n in Javascript. Previously, you could format dates in the user's locale on the server side and send the correctly-formatted date across to the browser in the HTML. Now, you can call web services via AJAX that give you results such as time stamps in unix time. The formatting has to be done in the browser, and the standard Javascript library is inadequate to format it flexibly in any given locale.

Enter iLib. Now you can do the formatting properly, right in the browser. It's not even difficult or slow!

Date formatting is not all that iLib can do. Check out the feature list below for a list of classes that iLib currently offers. More classes are on the way, and many more locales.

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