accounting.js

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accounting.js
Software Details:
Version: 0.4.2 updated
Upload Date: 20 Jul 15
Developer: Joss Crowcroft
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 5

Rating: 0.0/5 (Total Votes: 0)

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accounting.js allows developers to control currency symbols that get attached to a money value, set custom decimal places, and round floating point number to a desired accuracy level.

Additionally the library supports an Excel-like column formatting style, that lines up symbols and decimals for better readability.

accounting.js is very lightweight when it comes to file size and can also be easily translated to any language or local formatting rules.

The library can be used with both client-side and server-side JavaScript applications, is framework-agnostic and has no external dependency.

What is new in this release:

  • Alias accounting.formatNumber() as accounting.format().

What is new in version 0.4.1:

  • Alias accounting.formatNumber() as accounting.format().

What is new in version 0.4:

  • Transfer repository to Open Exchange Rates for ongoing maintenance.

What is new in version 0.3.2:

  • Fixed package.json dependencies.

What is new in version v0.3.0:

  • Rewrote library structure similar to underscore.js for use as a nodeJS/npm and AMD module - now you can go npm install accounting, and then var accounting = require("accounting"); in your nodeJS scripts.
  • It also works with requireJS or any AMD module loader.
  • Unformat now only attempts to parse the number if it's not already a valid number (to save on processing). It's also aliased as acounting.parse.
  • Fixed an IE bug in the defaults method.
  • Numerous other bugfixes and little improvements.

Requirements:

  • JavaScript enabled on client side

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