What is 'Invalid Date' error?
let date = new Date('31 09 2021'); console.log(date); // output -> Invalid Date
let date = new Date('13-09-2021'); console.log(date); // output -> Invalid Date
Why does the 'Invalid Date' error occur?
Another reason why you may get an 'Invalid Date' error is that the date string you're trying to parse contains invalid data. The data could be due to typos, incorrect date formats, or a mix-up of date and time data.
How to Fix the 'Invalid Date' error?
let date = new Date('09/13/2021'); console.log(date); // output -> Mon Sep 13 2021 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
const moment = require('moment'); let date = moment('13-09-2021', 'DD-MM-YYYY').toDate(); console.log(date); // output -> Mon Sep 13 2021 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
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Date constructor. This can be due to incorrect date formats, invalid data, or typos in the input string.
- How can you fix the "Invalid Date" error?
To fix the "Invalid Date" error, you can pass the correct date format to the
- What is Moment.js?
- How does Moment.js help in handling date and time?
Moment.js helps in handling date and time by providing a more extensive set of functions and methods for dealing with dates. It makes it easier to parse date strings in any format, sort and compare dates, format dates in different ways, and calculate time intervals.
- How can you use Moment.js to parse date strings?
You can use Moment.js to parse date strings by specifying the format of the input string using the
moment() function. For example,
moment("2021-09-30", "YYYY-MM-DD") would parse "2021-09-30" as a date object using the specified format.