You can easily use the output of
new Date(<?php echo microtime(true) * 1000 ?>)
Couple things to note here though.
microtime(true)returns time in seconds, accurate to microseconds. You have to multiple this by 1000 to have a millisecond value for your
Datedoes not support sub-millisecond precision.
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