Upgrading to 1.6.0
There are a few things being deprecated in the 1.6.0 release.
The format tokens
zz(timezone abbreviations like EST CST MST etc) will no longer be supported. Due to inconsistent browser support, we are unable to consistently produce this value. See this issue for more background.
moment.fn.nativeis deprecated in favor of
moment.fn.toDate. There continue to be issues with Google Closure Compiler throwing errors when using
native, even in valid instances.
The way to customize am/pm strings is being changed. This would only affect you if you created a custom language file. For more information, see this issue.
1.7.0 See discussion
Added validation via
Made formatting method 3x faster. http://jsperf.com/momentjs-cached-format-functions
Add support for month/weekday callbacks in
Added instance specific languages.
Added two letter weekday abbreviations with the formatting token
Various language updates.
1.6.0 See discussion
Revamped parser to support parsing non-separated strings (YYYYMMDD vs YYYY-MM-DD).
Added support for millisecond parsing and formatting tokens (S SS SSS)
Added a getter for
1.5.0 See milestone
Added UTC mode.
Added automatic ISO8601 parsing.
1.4.0 See milestone
moment.fn.toDate as a replacement for
moment.fn.eod to get the start and end of day.
1.3.0 See milestone
Added support for parsing month names in the current language.
Added escape blocks for parsing tokens.
moment.fn.calendar to format strings like 'Today 2:30 PM', 'Tomorrow 1:25 AM', and 'Last Sunday 4:30 AM'.
moment.fn.day as a setter.
1.2.0 See milestone
Added timezones to parser and formatter.
moment.fn.zone to get the timezone offset in minutes.
1.1.2 See milestone
1.1.1 See milestone
Added time specific diffs (months, days, hours, etc)
moment.fn.format localized masks. 'L LL LLL LLLL' issue 29
Fixed issue 31.
moment.version to get the current version.
window !== undefined when checking if module exists to support browserify. issue 25
Added convenience methods for getting and setting date parts.
Added better support for
Added better lang support in NodeJS.
Renamed library from underscore.date to Moment.js
Added Portuguese, Italian, and French language support
Added _date.lang() support. Added support for passing multiple formats to try to parse a date. _date("07-10-1986", ["MM-DD-YYYY", "YYYY-MM-DD"]); Made parse from string and single format 25% faster.
Buxfix for issue 5.
Dropped the redundant
_date.date() in favor of
_date.now(), as it is a duplicate of
_date() with no parameters.
Exposed customization options through the
_date.ordinal variables instead of the
Added date input formats for input strings.
Added underscore.date to npm. Removed dependancies on underscore.
_.date().format(). Cleaned up some redundant code to trim off some bytes.
Cleaned up the namespace. Moved all date manipulation and display functions to the _.date() object.
Switched to the Underscore methodology of not mucking with the native objects' prototypes. Made chaining possible.
Changed date names to be a more pseudo standardized 'dddd, MMMM Do YYYY, h:mm:ss a'.
Changed function names to be more concise. Changed date format from php date format to custom format.
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