score:69

Accepted answer

With moment.js

var str = '2011-04-11T10:20:30Z';
var date = moment(str);
var dateComponent = date.utc().format('YYYY-MM-DD');
var timeComponent = date.utc().format('HH:mm:ss');
console.log(dateComponent);
console.log(timeComponent);
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/moment.js/2.15.1/moment.min.js"></script>

Or simply with string manipulation

var str = '2011-04-11T10:20:30Z';
var parts = str.slice(0, -1).split('T');
var dateComponent = parts[0];
var timeComponent = parts[1];
console.log(dateComponent);
console.log(timeComponent);

score:22

There's two parts to the moment operation: reading the date/time in, and spitting it back out. You've got the first part:

moment("2011-04-11T10:20:30Z")

but then you need to call an output function, eg:

moment("2011-04-11T10:20:30Z").format('YYYY-MM-DD h:mm:ss a')

EDIT: However it's worth noting that Moment itself is a deprecated library, and even its authors will recommend switching to a smaller competitor: https://momentjs.com/docs/


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