ThreeTen-Extra alternatives and similar libraries
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8.4 5.5 L2 ThreeTen-Extra VS Joda-TimeJoda-Time is the widely used replacement for the Java date and time classes prior to Java SE 8.
5.2 8.9 L3 ThreeTen-Extra VS iCal4jA Java library for parsing and building iCalendar data models
4.9 5.6 L1 ThreeTen-Extra VS ThreeTenBPBackport of functionality based on JSR-310 to Java SE 6 and 7. This is NOT an implementation of JSR-310.
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ThreeTen-Extra provides additional date-time classes that complement those in JDK 8.
Not every piece of date/time logic is destined for the JDK. Some concepts are too specialized or too bulky to make it in. This project provides some of those additional classes as a well-tested and reliable jar.
Various documentation is available:
Release 1.7.0 is the current release. This release is considered stable and worthy of the 1.x tag as per SemVer.
ThreeTen-Extra requires Java SE 8 or later and has no dependencies.
Available in the Maven Central repository
<dependency> <groupId>org.threeten</groupId> <artifactId>threeten-extra</artifactId> <version>1.7.0</version> </dependency>
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