Generate a timestamp for 1979-04-15 08:13:48

Common Date Formats

Timestamp
293012028
Atom
1979-04-15T08:13:48+00:00
W3C
1979-04-15T08:13:48+00:00
ISO 8601
1979-04-15T08:13:48+0000
RFC 2822
Sun, 15 Apr 1979 08:13:48 +0000

Future Dates

+ 1 Hour
293015628
+ 1 Day
293098428
+ 1 Month
295604028
+ 1 Year
324634428
+ 10 Years
608631228

Past Dates

- 1 Hour
293008428
- 1 Day
292925628
- 1 Month
290333628
- 1 Year
261476028
- 10 Years
-22520772

Timestamp Generator Tool FAQ

What is the Date-to-Timestamp Conversion Tool?

The Timestamp Generator Tool is an online utility that converts standard dates into various timestamp formats. It's designed for professionals who need to work with different date formats across various software and platforms.

How does the tool convert dates to a Unix timestamp?

Unix timestamps are measured in seconds since January 1, 1970 (the Unix Epoch). Our tool takes your input date, calculates the elapsed time since the Unix Epoch, and outputs this duration as a Unix timestamp.

What is the Atom date format and how is it generated?

Atom, a web syndication format, uses a date format similar to ISO-8601. Our tool converts your date into this format, which typically appears as "YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssZ". It's widely used in RSS feeds and API responses.

Can this tool generate W3C date formats?

Yes, it can. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) date format is integral to web standards. The tool converts dates into this format, generally recognized as "YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss±hh:mm", suitable for web applications and HTML5 elements.

How is the ISO-8601 format different, and does the tool support it?

ISO-8601 is an international standard for date and time representations. The tool supports this format, producing timestamps like "YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssZ". It's essential for ensuring global compatibility in date and time representations.

What about RFC 2822 format? How does the tool handle this?

RFC 2822 is a standard for Internet message formats, often used in email headers. The tool can convert your date into this format, which appears as "Day, DD Mon YYYY hh:mm:ss ±hhmm". It's key for email applications and protocols.

Is the Timestamp Generator Tool free to use?

Absolutely! The tool is free and accessible online, making it easy for anyone to convert dates into various timestamp formats.

Who can benefit from using this tool?

This tool is ideal for web developers, software engineers, data analysts, and anyone needing to work with different date and time formats across various applications.

Can I use this tool for bulk date conversions?

Currently, the tool is designed for individual date conversions. We're looking into adding a bulk conversion feature in the future.