Show an element if date is before or after another date using Vue js

I’m using vue to dynamically show elements (called boxes) on the page, but I need to display an element based on if it’s start date is before or after today+1 week. So if the box.start_date is before one week from today, then show it, else hide it. I’m not sure how I can do this in vue ie. I tried using moment.js but it give me an error saying moment is not defined in vue With laravel and blade I would just do this like this… How can I make this work with vue? Answer Try to use a computed

Moment object won’t increment by days when cloned and used with DateTimePicker

I have the following code: I am using the following React component to change the date: The info for the component is here: https://material-ui-pickers.dev/ When I change the date the date is not incremented by the number of days listed in the first block of code (I explain more in the comments) Thank you! Answer I reproduce and this works with not any problem. What you have seen maybe caused by one of these case: You might have briefly looked at _i of moment object, this might be the initial object (which could derive from momentObj.clone()), instead, you should look

Moment JS format() not displaying correct time [closed]

Closed. This question needs details or clarity. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Add details and clarify the problem by editing this post. Closed 2 days ago. Improve this question This result is wrong: -> Fri, 07.08.2020 00:00:00 These return the correct values -> 9 -> 2020-08-07T09:10:48+02:00 Apparently the date was correctly parsed but format does not work as expected? Answer Your are passing yyyy which is wrong. Expected YYYY Try this.

for inside another for is executed just once

I have the following code to create all possible intervals between two dates: I am expecting to get the following result: but I am getting only: I debugged the code by putting more console.log() outputs and it turns out, that the inner loop is run only once. Any idea why this is happening? Here is a quick JSFiddle (without the moment library that I am using only for formatting). Answer The problem is that you’re mutating the objects, at the end of the first outer loop, minStop will have the same date as maxStop. To address that, use something like

Sort String Json Date

I am getting date values like that: “/Date(1560458281000)/” from an array of objects. I just want to order these dates by descending and ascending. I am open to any examples with pure JavaScript and/or moment.js By the way, hours and minutes are important. I will show it like 2014/10/29 4:50 This code doesn’t work. Answer You should be carefull with your sorted variable, it’s missing the const / let initializer, I would have written: And since your dates are in timestamp format you don’t even need to convert them to date to compare them, you can substract the numbers dicrectly.

weekdays with date-Digit number in moment js

I am trying to find WeekdayName with dateDigit in moment js. for example: Wednesday 13 I have found these => moment(date).format(‘dddd’) But is returning me only Wednesday not digit number. So any lead, for answer appreciates. Answer format – dddd DD dddd – Day Name DD – Date

Invalid date when parsing with locale it

I need to parse a date in the “it” locale with momentjs, and I’m doing this What I get is “invalid date” and I don’t understand why. Can you help me? Using the “en” locale (with the date written as 12/20/2018) all is ok Answer The below snippet will accomplish what you want. It takes moment’s date format for a given local and passes it to the constructor when creating a moment. With that said, the comments above raise a lot of good points and this is not a reliable way to be handling dates. For example, if someone in

Extract time from moment js object

How do i extract the time using moment.js? It should return “12:00:00 pm”. The string return will be passed to the timepicker control below. Any idea? Answer If you read the docs (http://momentjs.com/docs/#/displaying/) you can find this format: See JS Fiddle http://jsfiddle.net/Bjolja/6mn32xhu/