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Moment libraries offer a more extensive feature set and provide robust functionalities. They are particularly handy in the following scenarios:
Date Parsing: Moment libraries provide reliable ways of parsing date strings into date objects.
Date Manipulation: Moment libraries offer flexible tools for manipulating dates and times. For example, you can add or subtract years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, seconds, and even milliseconds.
Date Validation: Moment libraries allow validation of date strings before converting them into date objects.
Date Difference: Moment libraries have a method for calculating the difference between two dates.
Timezone Support: Moment libraries acknowledge the importance of time zones, providing you the ability to retrieve the timezone offset and use it in all your operations.
Formatting and Displaying: One of the killer features of moment libraries is its formatting feature. This provides extensive customization for displaying date and time in various ways which can adapt to user's locale.
Though Moment libraries are extensively used and appreciated, they come with their set of potential pitfalls and concerns.
Size: Moment libraries are quite large which could be a concern for web performance. Mindful implementation of code splitting, tree-shaking or opting for lighter alternatives might be considered in performance-intensive applications.
Overhead: The rich feature-set of moment libraries comes with a cost - it might be overkill for simple date operations. Understanding the exact requirements and choosing a simpler, lightweight library instead could be more efficient.
Deprecation: It's also essential to note that as of Sept 2020, Moment.js (a popular moment library) has been deprecated meaning it is no longer being actively developed or maintained. It is recommended to only use it on existing projects and opt for newer, lighter, and faster alternatives for new projects.