Last time I broke down the default Drupal date field to see what we can learn about how best to handle time. Originally that was going to be the end of the series. However, the writing process dug up even more questions, and circumstances found me putting my new knowledge to the test. So here we are, part three of my two part series on wrestling time in Drupal.
The previous post posed the question: “What’s the best way to compare date values within this framework?” Well one of you must have made a sacrifice to the irony gods, because between the last post and now I unexpectedly had to build a day view calendar which forced me to answer this question with practice and not just theory.