If you want to try the sample codes below, just open your browser's console and enter them.
We strongly recommend reading this if you plan to use moment with
Pseudo locales can be useful when testing, as they make obvious what data has and has not been localized.
For example, a year can be defined as 366 days, 365 days, 365.25 days, 12 months, or 52 weeks.
Trying to convert years to days makes no sense without context.
It's a simple way to display both short and long versions of human-readable timestamps.
If you ever have need for Fiscal, Calendar or Academic quarters, you can use the moment-fquarter plugin by @robgallen.
The repository is located at github.com/rotaready/moment-range. function to test whether a date recurs according to the rules set, as well as generator functions to get the next and previous dates in a series.
The repository, documentation, and many more examples can be found at github.com/c-trimm/moment-recur If you're trying to format times for tweets like the way Twitter does, you can use the moment.twitter plugin by @hijonathan.Failing that it will default the parent to the global locale.As of 2.12.0 it is also possible to update a locale's properties. For all others, a single character refers to the singular, and a double character refers to the plural.From next major release you'll have to export it yourself if you want that behavior.For version 2.5.x, in case you use other plugins that rely on Moment but are not AMD-compatible you may need to add .All code should work in both of these environments, and all unit tests are run in both of these environments.