If you are working with date, you should always get aware of these two terms: ISO and UTC. ISO 8601 is a standard used for date-time representation. The way date is represented, the date separators are not the same for all countries. Using ISO 8601, we can convert all times to a similar format. So, if we store the ISO date on the database, it can be converted and represent as we like on the frontend.
toISOString method is used to convert one Date object to ISO 8601 string. The output is always in YYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:ss.sssZ or ±YYYYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:ss.sssZ format. Just create one Date object and call this method to get the ISO 8601 representation :
const date = new Date('2019-11-10T03:24:00') console.log(date.toString()) console.log(date.toISOString())
Sun Nov 10 2019 03:24:00 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time) 2019-11-09T21:54:00.000Z
toUTCString returns the date in string format using the UTC time zone. Prior to ECMAScript 2018, the format of the returned value varies based on the system. The new format is similar to toString.
const date = new Date('2019-11-10T03:24:00') console.log(date.toString()) console.log(date.toUTCString())
Sun Nov 10 2019 03:24:00 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time) Sat, 09 Nov 2019 21:54:00 GMT