strftime support for Moment.js
Unfortunately, the library doesn't support (and won't do it) one of the most common approaches to format strings: the Unix-Style strftime syntax.
This plugin (any many others) aims to fill the gap.
npm install moment-strftime2
bower install moment-strftime2
const moment = require("moment"); require("moment-strftime2").installTo(moment); moment().strftime("%m/%d/%y %I:%M %p %Z"); // => "16/09/11 09:22 AM CET"
This plugin supports all modifiers listed here with the exception of the following:
And with the addition of the following modifiers:
%L: The milliseconds as decimal-number (range 000 to 999).
You can completely customize moment-strftime2 behavior by requiring the module and overriding the
const moment = require("moment"); const strftime2 = require("moment-strftime2"); strftime2.installTo(moment); moment("2016-10-10 12:34:56.135 +02:00").strftime("%d %o #d #o"); // "10 %o #d #o" strftime2.separator = "$" strftime2.modifier.o = "DD"; moment("2016-10-10 12:34:56.135 +02:00").strftime("%d %o #d #o"); // "%d %o 10 10"
moment-strftime2 supports and has been tested on NodeJS 6.0+.
The API documentation can be found here.
Contributing to moment-strftime2
- Check out the latest master to make sure the feature hasn't been implemented or the bug hasn't been fixed yet.
- Check out the issue tracker to make sure someone already hasn't requested it and/or contributed it.
- Fork the project.
- Start a feature/bugfix branch.
- Commit and push until you are happy with your contribution.
- Make sure to add tests for it. This is important so I don't break it in a future version unintentionally.
Copyright (C) 2016 and above Shogun email@example.com.
Licensed under the MIT license, which can be found at http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT.