|ReleasedLast Release||Dec 2014|
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NSDate+ServerDate is a NSDate Category that allows you to make sure your time is synced up to a remote server regardless of the User's local settings.
It does this by performing a one-time-per-session HTTP HEAD Request to the supplied server, getting a "Base" date, and keep counting from there - Making sure you're in sync with the remote server even when the user's clock isn't.
Modify _SD_SERVER If you wish to sync your time wish a specific server (e.g. your API server).
Modify _SD_FORMAT If for some reason the Date format your HTTP Server returns is different than the one specified.
NSDate *serverDate = [NSDate serverDate];
An example Xcode project is part of this Repository.
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