Luxon’s objects are immutable while objects in Moment.js are mutable. Unlike Moment, Luxon does not require copy constructors or clone methods.
Moment.js uses 0-indexed for months while months in Luxon are 1-indexed.
Localization and timezone are implemented by the ECMAScript Internationalization API instead of by the library itself. It also comes with poly-fill support as well for older browsers.
Luxon has something that are not found in Moment, Duration type and an Interval type . The Interval type is like Twix.
It is immutable,
It is a minimalist library of max. 2 KB in size,
Slightly faster and locales will only be included in your build when you use it.
ms.js is a narrow yet surprisingly useful library that converts various time formats into milliseconds. It also works the other way around, converting milliseconds into human-readable time formats. ms works in both Node.js and the browser.
Timeago is a ~2KB library that performs a specific useful action: converting time formats to present how much time has passed since then. 0 dependencies, and the library also supports localization.
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