I have an issue where I am having trouble converting a timestamp into a readable value. These timestamp values are external and I need a simple way to either:
a) Convert it into a readable format (ie. December 16th, 8:54pm)
b) Strip the middle of the data from the node (ie. <Created>2012-12-07T23:22:11.822Z</Created> = strip after 'T' until '.' to just acquire the time (ie. 23:22:11) )
Here is the code I'm initially pulling the data with:
while (d=document.getElementById("Created"+i)) d.innerHTML=xmlDoc.getElementsByTagName("Created")[i++].childNodes.nodeValue;
Here is what the node looks like:
And here is how it's posted:
I suppose I need a script to either convert it into words (ie. December 16th, 8:45pm) or if that's too hard, just pull everything inbetween 'T' and '.' so that I can at least get an accurate time. This is for a large scale LCD that displays real time information.
Any help is appreciated!