Moment.js, thank you for your service
Creating a “Moment v3” […] would be a tremendous undertaking and would make Moment a different library entirely. […]
We now generally consider Moment to be a legacy project in maintenance mode. It is not dead, but it is indeed done.
Letting things go instead of creating a new major version is the right choice. Moment’s usage is so widespread that it’s impossible to deprecate the current version over time.
I like this document because it mentions the major issues Moment, it mentions why they’re not worth solving, and it suggests a list of alternatives moving forward.
- We will not be adding new features or capabilities.
- We will not be changing Moment’s API to be immutable.
- We will not be addressing tree shaking or bundle size issues.
- We will not be making any major changes (no version 3).
- We may choose to not fix bugs or behavioral quirks, especially if they are long-standing known issues.
Moment.js, thank you for your service.