Can I convert iso date to milliseconds? for example I want to convert this iso   2012-02-10T13:19:11+0000   to milliseconds.  Because I want to compare current date from the created date. And created date is an iso date....
I know this has been asked several times, but I am asking because after scouring the internet for several hours, I have not found a viable solution that does not include using a Javascript library.  I am simply looking for a way to test whether or no...
I have an ISODateTime format :  2013-11-21T20:58:03+0000    How to convert it to milliseconds in AngularJS.  I used DateTime.Parse() => it works on chrome but fails on ios. Any other way to implement the same?  My main aim for this is to find diff...
I am using nodejs with the node-mongodb-native driver (http://mongodb.github.io/node-mongodb-native/).  I have documents with a date property stored as ISODate type.  Through nodejs, I am using this query:  db.collection("log").find({     loc...
The Ember Documentation on serializers mentions that date attributes are parsed somehow:     By default, attributes are passed through as-is, unless you specified an attribute type (DS.attr('date'))   However, when I return an ISO-style date...
I am using nodejs with the official mongodb driver.  I have documents with a date property stored as ISODate type.  The query is built beforehand and stored as a string ex. '{createdAt: {$gte: "FROM_DATE", $lte: "TO_DATE"}}' a...
I try to format an ISO date string with Intl.DateTimeFormat. Since it does not accept strings, I have tried to modified the instance's format function.  It returns an error:     RangeError: Invalid time value   var str = '2018-05-30T12:20:51....
I have an array like this:  var a = [     {         "date": "2014-02-06T13:40:09.475Z",         "foo": "0"     },     ...     {         "date": "2014-02-14T10:35:25.862Z",         "foo": "19...

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