The Vue Calendar is a component to display the date and days of the week. It provides month, year, and decade view options to quickly navigate to the 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) in the calendar.
You can restrict the Vue Calendar component so that only a date value within a specific range of dates can be entered or selected by specifying the minimum and maximum date options.
Configure the calendar to allow users to select single or multiple date values (sequence or random date selection).
Update the culture-specific date format and first day of the week, and translate the text of month, day,and today buttons to any supported language with built-in globalization features.
Automatically update the first day of the week based on the specified culture or change it based on your application requirements.
Disable any date in the calendar to make it inactive. Easily prevent the selection of weekends and holidays by disabling them.
Apart from the standard, built-in theme, the Calendar component provides complete control over its appearance, allowing you 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.
Show the week number of a selected date in the calendar by enabling the week number option.
In addition to the Gregorian calendar, the Calendar component supports displaying the Islamic calendar (Hijri calendar).
You have complete control over all the UI elements and their behaviors with a rich set of developer-friendly APIs, allowing you to provide the best experience to your end users.
The Vue Calendar 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.
The Vue Calendar component is also available in Angular, Blazor and React frameworks that are built from their own TypeScript libraries.
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