Back End Development and APIs Projects - Timestamp Microservice

Tell us what’s happening:
can’t understand the following testcase
test case 5 not getting passed:
i.e Your project can handle dates that can be successfully parsed by new Date(date_string)

my code :
//route
app.get(“/api/:date”, (req, res) => {
let responseObject = {};

let date_string = req.params.date;

if (date_string.includes(“-”)) {
responseObject[“unix”] = new Date(date_string).getTime();
responseObject[“utc”] = new Date(date_string).toUTCString();
} else if (!isNaN(date_string)) {
let input = parseInt(date_string);

responseObject["unix"] = new Date(input).getTime();
responseObject["utc"] = new Date(input).toUTCString();

}

if (!responseObject[“unix”] || !responseObject[“utc”]) {
res.json({ error: “Invalid date” });
} else {
res.json(responseObject);
}
});
// route to handle endpoint with empty parameter
app.get(“/api”, (req, res) => {
let responseObject = {};

responseObject[“unix”] = new Date().getTime();
responseObject[“utc”] = new Date().toUTCString();

res.json(responseObject);
});

Your project link(s)

solution: boilerplate-project-timestamp - Replit

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Challenge: Back End Development and APIs Projects - Timestamp Microservice

Link to the challenge:

The following are date string values that can successfully be parsed by new Date().

05 October 2011, GMT
December 17, 1995

Can your app accept them as valid?