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Is this value a JS Date object? This module works cross-realm/iframe, and despite ES6 @@toStringTag.


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What is is-date-object?

The is-date-object npm package is primarily used for checking if a given value is a Date object. It is a simple utility that can be very useful in situations where type checking is necessary, especially when working with dates in JavaScript. This package provides a straightforward and reliable way to determine if a value is an instance of a Date object.

What are is-date-object's main functionalities?

Check if a value is a Date object

This feature allows you to check if a given value is a Date object. The function returns true if the value is a Date object, and false otherwise. This is particularly useful for validation and error handling in applications that deal with date inputs.

const isDateObject = require('is-date-object');

console.log(isDateObject(new Date())); // true
console.log(isDateObject('2020-01-01')); // false

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v1.0.5 - 2021-08-05

Commits

  • [meta] remove .jscs.json 31c731c
  • [Fix] use has-tostringtag to behave correctly in the presence of symbol shams 17a6df4
  • [Dev Deps] update eslint, auto-changelog, tape 79db3af

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Is this value a JS Date object? This module works cross-realm/iframe, and despite ES6 @@toStringTag.

Example

var isDate = require('is-date-object');
var assert = require('assert');

assert.notOk(isDate(undefined));
assert.notOk(isDate(null));
assert.notOk(isDate(false));
assert.notOk(isDate(true));
assert.notOk(isDate(42));
assert.notOk(isDate('foo'));
assert.notOk(isDate(function () {}));
assert.notOk(isDate([]));
assert.notOk(isDate({}));
assert.notOk(isDate(/a/g));
assert.notOk(isDate(new RegExp('a', 'g')));

assert.ok(isDate(new Date()));

Tests

Simply clone the repo, npm install, and run npm test

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Last updated on 05 Aug 2021

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