A Dart function to get the current date/time in a “seconds since the epoch” format

As a brief note, if you need a Dart function to get the current date/time in a “seconds since the epoch” format, I can confirm that this function works:

/// the current time, in “seconds since the epoch”
static int currentTimeInSeconds() {
    var ms = (new DateTime.now()).millisecondsSinceEpoch;
    return (ms / 1000).round();
}

I just tested that with some Flutter database code I’m working on, and it returns the same number of milliseconds since the epoch as the SQLite database returns.