Problem  It looks like when I use the format() function, it automatically convert the original UTC time into my timezone (UTC+8). I have been digging through their docs for hours and couldn't seem to find a way to default it to UTC time.  import...
I want to get a ISO-8601 format of last hour:minute:secounds from the current day using date-fns lib:  I'm using: endOfDay(new Date());  Fri Sep 14 2018 23:59:59 GMT-0300  So add toISOString() to get it in ISO format: endOfDay(new Date()).toISOSt...
Im currently refactoring a large codebase that are using moment for dates.  There are lots of places where the date in gotten like: moment.utc()   I cant seem to find something like it in date-fns? Does anyone know how I get the same functionality in...
I'm using DateFNS and I need to generate a countdown with it. distanceInWordsToNow only outputs in about 3 years but I need the exact time like 3 Years, 11 Months, 20 Days, 3 Hours, 2 Minutes. How to archive that with DateFNS?  Here is a CodePen...
Vue component:  <template>   <div class="doc">     {{ format(2019-08-11T08:13:13.750007, 'DD/MM/YYYY') }}   </div> </template>  <script lang="ts"> import { Component, Vue } from 'vue-property-...
I have an array of objects like:  const dates = [   {date: "Jul 06 2018", count: 10},   {date: "Jul 08 2018", count: 1},   {date: "Jul 10 2018", count: 120}, ];   I am working with the eachDay and format functions of date-fns...
I have dates attached to entries in a json file that stores them in chronological order. I would like to use date-fns to format the dates for display in the UI, while keeping the granular data in the timestamp.   Currently it its stored as 2019-03-01...
I'm using a filter helper to create a new array of items that match today's date. I've confirmed that the two comparisons are both a string with a length of 10, yet they're not being recognized as a match when compared in a filter....
I have an object that looks like this:    const availability = {         week1: {             mon: false,             tue: true,             wed: true,             thu: true,             fri: false,         },         week2: {             mon: false,...

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