moment.max(Moment[,Moment...]); moment.max(Moment[]);

Returns the maximum (most distant future) of the given moment instances.

For example:

var a = moment().subtract(1, 'day');
var b = moment().add(1, 'day');
moment.max(a, b);  // b

var friends = fetchFriends(); /* [{name: 'Dan', birthday: '11.12.1977'}, {name: 'Mary', birthday: '11.12.1986'}, {name: 'Stephan', birthday: '11.01.1993'}]*/
var friendsBirthDays ={
    return moment(friend.birthday, 'DD.MM.YYYY');
moment.max(friendsBirthDays);  // '11.01.1993'

With no arguments the function returns a moment instance with the current time.

From version 2.10.5, if an invalid moment is one of the arguments, the result is an invalid moment.

moment.max(moment(), moment.invalid()).isValid() === false
moment.max(moment.invalid(), moment()).isValid() === false
moment.max([moment(), moment.invalid()]).isValid() === false
moment.max([moment.invalid(), moment()]).isValid() === false