How-to articles, tricks, and solutions about JAVA-TIME

Convert java.time.LocalDate into java.util.Date type

To convert a java.time.LocalDate into a java.util.Date type in Java, you can use the atStartOfDay() method of the LocalDate class to get a LocalDateTime object and then use the toInstant() method to convert it to an Instant object.

Convert java.util.Date to java.time.LocalDate

To convert a java.util.Date object to a java.time.LocalDate object, you can use the java.time.Instant class to represent the date as an instant in time, and then use the java.time.LocalDateTime class to convert the instant to a date and time in the local

How can I parse/format dates with LocalDateTime? (Java 8)

In Java 8 and later, you can use the java.time.LocalDateTime class to represent a date and time without a time zone. To parse a date and time string into a LocalDateTime object, you can use the java.time.format.DateTimeFormatter class.

How to get milliseconds from LocalDateTime in Java 8

To get the milliseconds from a LocalDateTime object in Java 8, you can use the toInstant method and the toEpochMilli method.