Released JsWorld 2.8.1 for currency, numeric and date/time formatting in JavaScript

JsWorld

The JsWorld library for JavaScript formatting and parsing of date/times, numeric and currency amounts received a fresh update for 2014. Written entirely in JavaScript, JsWorld takes a novel approach by enabling data localisation to be performed inside the browser, offloading the web server and offering unmatched flexibility for real-time applications.

What’s in the new 2.8.1 release of JsWorld?

  • The locale definitions were updated with the latests languages, countries and currency data obtained from Unicode. JsWorld has now support for 475 locales, including many new language / country combinations. As always, the locale definitions are available in three different formats – as JavaScript include files, as JSON files for dynamic loading as well as Mozilla property files if you intend to integrate JsWorld in a Firefox add-on.
  • The unique numeric / currency / date/time formatting engine was fine tuned for even greater performance. The JavaScript code has been stable for two years now and there have been no reported bugs since then.

Check out our live JavaScript number / currency / date formatting demo or proceed to the quick start guide. Comments and feedback are welcome as always.