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require(["esri/TimeExtent"], function(TimeExtent) { /* code goes here */ });
Class: esri/TimeExtent
Inheritance: TimeExtent JSONSupport
Since: ArcGIS API for JavaScript 4.11

A period of time with a definitive start and end date. Time extent is used to display or query features that fall within the specified time period. To represent an instant of time, set the start and end times to the same date.

When creating a JavaScript Date, be mindful that most constructors will create a date with respect to your local timezone rather than UTC (i.e. universal time). To create a date with respect to UTC, use the UTC method on the Date object.

Example:
// Represents the data for the month of Jan, 1970
const timeExtent = new TimeExtent({
  start: new Date(Date.UTC(1970, 0, 1, 6, 30)),
  end: new Date(Date.UTC(1970, 0, 31, 6, 30))
});

Constructors

new TimeExtent(properties)
Parameter:
properties Object
optional

See the properties for a list of all the properties that may be passed into the constructor.

Example:
// Typical usage
// Represents the data for the month of Jan, 1970
const timeExtent = new TimeExtent({
  start: new Date(Date.UTC(1970, 0, 1, 6, 30)),
  end: new Date(Date.UTC(1970, 0, 31, 6, 30))
});

Property Overview

Any properties can be set, retrieved or listened to. See the Working with Properties topic.
NameTypeSummaryClass
Date

The end time of the time extent.

more details
more detailsTimeExtent
Date

The start time of the time extent.

more details
more detailsTimeExtent

Property Details

end Date

The end time of the time extent.

Default Value:null
start Date

The start time of the time extent.

Default Value:null

Method Overview

NameReturn TypeSummaryClass
TimeExtent

Creates a deep clone of TimeExtent object.

more details
more detailsTimeExtent
TimeExtent

Returns the time extent resulting from the intersection of the current time extent and parsed time extent.

more details
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Method Details

clone(){TimeExtent}

Creates a deep clone of TimeExtent object.

Returns:
TypeDescription
TimeExtentA new instance of a TimeExtent object equal to the object used to call .clone().
intersection(timeExtent){TimeExtent}
Since: ArcGIS API for JavaScript 4.12

Returns the time extent resulting from the intersection of the current time extent and parsed time extent. Returns null if two time extents do not intersect.

Parameter:
timeExtent TimeExtent

The time extent to be intersected with the time extent on which intersection() is being called on.

Returns:
TypeDescription
TimeExtentThe intersecting time extent between two time extents.
Example:
// get the intersecting timeExtent between view.timeExtent and
// layer view filter's timeExtent
const timeExtent = view.timeExtent.intersection(layerView.effect.filter.timeExtent);
if (timeExtent){
  console.log("time intersection", timeExtent);
  const query = layerView.createQuery();
  query.timeExtent = timeExtent;
  layerView.queryFeatures(query).then(function(results){
    console.log(results.features.length, " are returned for intersecting timeExtent");
  });
}

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