When using moment.js, you can specify the format you’d like the date to be in. For example, the following code would return a date with the years first (4 digit years) then the month and day specified by two digits (eg 2020-03-18)
var date = moment().format('YYYY-MM-DD');
You can find out more about the different options here.
You can also get the time in a similar way to the dates. The following code displays the time with colons separating it eg: 16:20:13
var time = moment().format('HH:MM:SS');
Different display options for time can also be found here.
If you’re working with multiple time-zones you may want to get the UTC rather than a user’s local time. You can do this in the following way:
var time = moment.utc().format('HH:MM:SS');