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How to get tomorrow’s date in React JS?

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To get tomorrow’s date in React using JavaScript, you can use the Date object and perform some date manipulation. Here’s how you can do it:

import React from 'react';

function TomorrowDate() {
  const getTomorrowDate = () => {
    const today = new Date();
    const tomorrow = new Date(today);
    tomorrow.setDate(tomorrow.getDate() + 1);
    return tomorrow.toISOString().split('T')[0];

  const tomorrowDate = getTomorrowDate();

  return (
      <p>Tomorrow's date: {tomorrowDate}</p>

export default TomorrowDate;

In this example, the getTomorrowDate function creates a new Date object for today, then creates another Date object for tomorrow by adding one day to the current date using setDate(). After that, it formats the tomorrow’s date as an ISO string and extracts the date part using split('T')[0].

This will give you tomorrow’s date in the format “YYYY-MM-DD”. Just like with yesterday’s date, you can adjust the formatting based on your needs.

Keep in mind that JavaScript’s Date object works in the local time zone of the user’s device. If you need to handle time zones or more complex date manipulations, consider using a library like date-fns or moment.js.

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