10 examples of 'mongoose sort by date' in JavaScript

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86function sortDate(a, b) {
87 return b.timestamp - a.timestamp;
88}
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167export function sortByDate (a, b) {
168 return a.date - b.date
169}
34function sortByDate(a, b) {
35 if (a.publishedOn < b.publishedOn) {
36 return 1;
37 } else if (a.publishedOn > b.publishedOn) {
38 return -1;
39 }
40 return 0;
41}
53function sortDates(allDates){
54 if (selection == "new" || selection == "updated") {
55 allDates.sort(function(a,b){return new Date(b.date) - new Date(a.date)}); // sorts the dates into ascending order
56 }
57 if (selection == "old") {
58 allDates.sort(function(a,b){return new Date(a.date) - new Date(b.date)}); // sorts the dates into descending order
59 }
60 return allDates;
61}
361articles.sort(function dateSorter(a, b) {
362 return (Date.parse(b.date)) - (Date.parse(a.date));
363});
22function sortByCreatedAtDesc (a, b) {
23 return b.createdAt - a.createdAt
24}
9function sortDates() {
10 return _.sortBy(arguments, function (d) {
11 return d.getTime();
12 });
13}
26export function byDateAsc(a, b) {
27 var dateA = a.abe_meta.date != null ? new Date(a.abe_meta.date) : 0
28 var dateB = b.abe_meta.date != null ? new Date(b.abe_meta.date) : 0
29 if (dateA > dateB) {
30 return 1
31 } else if (dateA < dateB) {
32 return -1
33 }
34 return 0
35}
11export default function sortDates(
12 arrayOfDates: Array<moment$Moment>
13): Array<moment$Moment> {
14 return arrayOfDates.sort(compareMomentDates);
15}
15export function date_sort_asc (date1: Date, date2: Date) {
16 // This is a comparison function that will result in dates being sorted in
17 // ASCENDING order. As you can see, JavaScript's native comparison operators
18 // can be used to compare dates. This was news to me.
19 if (date1 > date2) return 1;
20 if (date1 < date2) return -1;
21 return 0;
22}

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