Moment Check Days of Difference Between Days
To get the difference between two dates, you can use the
diff() method provided by Moment.js. The
diff() method returns the difference between two dates in a specified unit of measurement, such as days, months, or years.
Here is an example code snippet:
// Set the two dates var startDate = moment('2021-08-01'); var endDate = moment('2021-08-10'); // Get the difference in days var daysDiff = endDate.diff(startDate, 'days'); // Print the result console.log('The difference in days is: ' + daysDiff);
In this example, we set two dates using the
moment() function and then calculated the difference between them using the
diff() method with the unit of measurement set to 'days'. The result is stored in the
daysDiff variable and printed to the console.
You can also use other units of measurement such as weeks, months, or years by changing the second argument of the
diff() method. For example:
// Get the difference in weeks var weeksDiff = endDate.diff(startDate, 'weeks'); // Get the difference in months var monthsDiff = endDate.diff(startDate, 'months'); // Get the difference in years var yearsDiff = endDate.diff(startDate, 'years');