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    github-calendar-parser

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    github-calendar-parser

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    Parses the GitHub contributions calendar SVG code into JSON.

    ☁️ Installation

    # Using npm
    npm install --save github-calendar-parser
    
    # Using yarn
    yarn add github-calendar-parser

    📋 Example

    const parse = require("github-calendar-parser");
    
    var svg = `
            <svg width="722" height="112" class="js-calendar-graph-svg">
                <g transform="translate(10, 20)" data-hydro-click="{&quot;event_type&quot;:&quot;user_profile.click&quot;,&quot;payload&quot;:{&quot;profile_user_id&quot;:2864371,&quot;target&quot;:&quot;CONTRIBUTION_CALENDAR_SQUARE&quot;,&quot;user_id&quot;:null,&quot;originating_url&quot;:&quot;https://github.com/users/IonicaBizau/contributions&quot;}}" data-hydro-click-hmac="c29bb84527b62dafc7ab4208ed2db21ea4195839d541da829d109a8d172bee42">
                    <g transform="translate(0, 0)">
                    <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="14" y="0" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-03"/>
                    <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="14" y="13" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-04"/>
                    <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="14" y="26" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-05"/>
                    <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="14" y="39" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-06"/>
                    <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="14" y="52" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-07"/>
                    <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="14" y="65" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-08"/>
                    <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="14" y="78" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-09"/>
                    </g>
                    <g transform="translate(14, 0)">
                        <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="13" y="0" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-10"/>
                        <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="13" y="13" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-L1-bg)" data-count="4" data-date="2019-11-11"/>
                        <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="13" y="26" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-12"/>
                        <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="13" y="39" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-L1-bg)" data-count="1" data-date="2019-11-13"/>
                        <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="13" y="52" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-14"/>
                        <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="13" y="65" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-15"/>
                        <rect class="day" width="10" height="10" x="13" y="78" fill="var(--color-calendar-graph-day-bg)" data-count="0" data-date="2019-11-16"/>
                    </g>
                </g>
            </svg>
    `;
    
    console.log(parse(svg))
    // {
    //     "last_year": 5,
    //     "longest_streak": 1,
    //     "longest_streak_range": ["2019-11-11T00:00:00.000Z", "2019-11-11T00:00:00.000Z"],
    //     "current_streak": 0,
    //     "current_streak_range": ["2019-11-16T00:00:00.000Z", "2019-11-13T00:00:00.000Z"],
    //     "weeks": [
    //         [{
    //             "fill": "#eee",
    //             "date": "2019-11-03T00:00:00.000Z",
    //             "count": 0,
    //             "level": 0
    //         },
    //         ...
    //         {
    //             "fill": "#eee",
    //             "date": "2019-11-09T00:00:00.000Z",
    //             "count": 0,
    //             "level": 0
    //         }]
    //     ],
    //     "days": [{
    //         "fill": "#eee",
    //         "date": "2019-11-03T00:00:00.000Z",
    //         "count": 0,
    //         "level": 0
    //     },
    //     ...
    //     {
    //         "fill": "#eee",
    //         "date": "2019-11-16T00:00:00.000Z",
    //         "count": 0,
    //         "level": 0
    //     }],
    //     "last_contributed": "2019-11-13T00:00:00.000Z"
    // }

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    📝 Documentation

    parseGitHubCalendarSvg(input)

    Parses the SVG input (as string).

    Params

    • String input: The SVG code of the contributions calendar.

    Return

    • Object An object containing:
    • last_year (Number): The total contributions in the last year.
    • longest_streak (Number): The longest streak.
    • longest_streak_range (Array): An array of two date objects representing the date range.
    • current_streak (Number): The current streak.
    • current_streak_range (Array): An array of two date objects representing the date range.
    • days (Array): An array of day objects:
      • fill (String): The hex color.
      • date (Date): The day date.
      • count (Number): The number of commits.
      • level (Number): A number between 0 and 4 (inclusive) representing the contribution level (more commits, higher value).
    • weeks (Array): The day objects grouped by weeks (arrays).
    • last_contributed (Date): The last contribution date.

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    💫 Where is this library used?

    If you are using this library in one of your projects, add it in this list.

    • github-calendar
    • react-github-calendar-x
    • @xwl7001/react-github-calendar

    📜 License

    MIT © Ionică Bizău

    Install

    npm i github-calendar-parser

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    69

    Version

    1.1.13

    License

    MIT

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    14.1 kB

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