Hijri date extension

This is my first extension created on the wonderful plugin builder.
Of course, before the extensions of the local coders, it’s hard to call an extension) but this is my first extension, thanks to the help in the community

I started to understand something about it.

the extension uses the api.

  "code": 200,
  "status": "OK",
  "data": {
    "hijri": {
      "date": "27-26-1",
      "format": "DD-MM-YYYY",
      "day": "27",
      "weekday": {
        "en": "Al Sabt",
        "ar": "السبت"
      "month": null,
      "year": "1",
      "designation": {
        "abbreviated": "AH",
        "expanded": "Anno Hegirae"
      "holidays": []
    "gregorian": {
      "date": "06-11-0202",
      "format": "DD-MM-YYYY",
      "day": "06",
      "weekday": {
        "en": "Saturday"
      "month": {
        "number": 11,
        "en": "November"
      "year": "0202",
      "designation": {
        "abbreviated": "AD",
        "expanded": "Anno Domini"

the extension is simple, it would be possible to do without purple blocks, in fact these are the keys

Hijri_Calendar.aia (12.5 KB)
com.HijriCalendar.api.aix (8.7 KB)


Thank you for your contribution…
Great, that you are using Rapid… however I tought, Rapid reminds the user to follow the naming conventions… unfortunately it looks like this is not the case…

Please follow the naming conventions, update the extension and screenshots… thank you. .


how to use :)?

there is an extension in the community that is much simpler and better. look for it.