Dates in WordPress are scattered across multiple functions. And while the regular php date functions are pretty good, WordPress one-ups these functions my offering them in multiple languages, so all of Cuisine’s date functions use native WordPress functions, but just structure them a bit better.
The Date class is a Utility which basically means you can address all methods as static functions, without using a wrapper of Facade. To use the Date class, include the class and namespace at the top of your php document:
To get a date in the format you’d like and in the same language as WordPress is set in, you can just use this:
Date::get( '5-6-2016', 'j F, Y' );
Relative dates in Cuisine are very easy. All you need is a date and time which you want to get relative.
Date::relative( '5-6-2016' );