JsWorld 2.5 with updated locale definitions

JsWorld iconJust before going into the Christmas holidays we got out a new release of JsWorld, the most comprehensive JavaScript library for localised formatting and parsing of numbers, currency and date/times.

What is in the new release?

The locale definitions were updated to match the latest CLDR data from Unicode. JsWorld now supports 354 world locales, with some of them reflecting important recent changes, such as the new Indian Rupee sign which became official in 2011.

JsWorld 2.5 also fixes a bug which resulted in incorrect formatting of midnight time using AM/PM notation. Thanks to our customer who reported this problem.

The next locale updates are expected in the first half of 2012.

Merry Christmas to all of you 🙂