The ASP.NET Web Forms DatePicker to enter or select a date value. It has month, year, and decade view options to quickly navigate to a desired date. It supports minimum dates, maximum dates, and disabled dates to restrict the date selection.
Select only the month or year as a value (Month Picker or Year Picker) from a pop-up calendar.
Change the default culture’s specific date format in the text box to improve readability or to enter the date properly.
You can restrict the ASP.NET Web Forms DatePicker so that only a date value within a specific range of dates can be entered or selected by specifying the min and max date options.
Disable any date in DatePicker to show it as an inactive date. Easily prevent weekends and holidays from selection by disabling them in the pop-up calendar.
Date values are validated within a min and max range. Strict mode behavior is used to enforce entering only a valid date value.
Update the culture-specific date format and first day of the week, and translate the names of months, days, and today button text to any supported language with our globalization features.
Apart from the standard, built-in theme, DatePicker provides you with complete control over the appearance of the control to customize the style to suit your application.
Highlight any date in a year or every weekend in a month as special days using custom styling.
Auto-update the first day of the week based on the specified culture or change it based on your application.
Show the week number of the selected day in the pop-up calendar by enabling the week number option.
The ASP.NET Web Forms DatePicker provides a responsive mode that gives an adaptive UI appearance for mobile devices.
You have control over all the UI elements and behaviors of the components with a rich set of developer-friendly APIs so that you can provide the best experience to your end users.
The ASP.NET Web Forms DatePicker supports several built-in themes such as material, bootstrap, fabric (Office 365), and high contrast. Users can customize any one of these built-in themes or create new themes to achieve their own desired look and feel either by simply overriding SASS variables or using our Theme Studio application.