We strongly recomend reading this if you plan to use moment with
Parse Now String String + Format String + Formats Special Formats Object Unix Timestamp (milliseconds) Unix Timestamp (seconds) Date Array ASP.
All code should work in both of these environments, and all unit tests are run in both of these environments.
Currently the following browsers are used for the ci system: Chrome on Windows XP, IE 8, 9, and 10 on Windows 7, IE 11 on Windows 10, latest Firefox on Linux, and latest Safari on OSX 10.8 and 10.11.
In addition, Moment has a Gitter where the internal team is frequently available.
For general troubleshooting help, Stack Overflow is the preferred forum.Moment's maintainers are very active on Stack Overflow, as are several other knowledgeable users. Warning: Browser support for parsing strings is inconsistent.then the globally exported moment will print a deprecation warning.From next major release you'll have to export it yourself if you want that behavior.For version 2.5.x, in case you use other plugins that rely on Moment but are not AMD-compatible you may need to add .Note: From version 2.9.0 moment exports itself as an anonymous module, so if you're using only the core (no locales / plugins), then you don't need config if you put it on a non-standard location. You can also use the Git Hub issue tracker to find related issues or open a new issue.