Hijri date extension

This is my first extension created on the wonderful plugin builder.
https://create.rapidbuilder.tech/
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
2022-12-10_21-19-02

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

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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. .

Taifun