The Vue DateTimePicker component is used to enter or select date and time values from a pop-up calendar and dropdown time list. It provides month, year, and decade views for quick navigation to the desired date.
Change the default culture’s specific date and time format in the text box to improve readability or enter the value properly.
You can restrict the DateTimePicker, so that only date and time values within a specific range can be entered or selected by specifying the min and max date time options.
Disable any date in the DateTimePicker to show it as an inactive date. Easily prevent weekends and holidays from selection by disabling them in the pop-up calendar.
Update the culture-specific datetime 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 feature.
Allow only valid values to be entered in the DateTimePicker component’s input by validating them with disabled, out-of-min, and out-of-max date-time.
Apart from the standard built-in themes, Vue DateTimePicker allows complete control to customize its appearance 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 Vue DateTimePicker provides a responsive mode that gives an adaptive UI appearance for mobile devices.
You can control all UI elements and their behaviors according to the end user’s requirements using a rich set of developer-friendly APIs.
The Vue DateTimePicker 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.