kandi X-RAY | Android-PickerView Summary
kandi X-RAY | Android-PickerView Summary
This is a picker view for android , support linkage effect, timepicker and optionspicker.（时间选择器、省市区三级联动）
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- set solar date
- onDraw method
- Converts a Julian date to a solar calendar .
- Initialize lunar picker .
- Inits the wheel time picker .
- Calendar element .
- Set the picker options
- init json data
- Init the views .
- this method is called by the main thread
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Android-PickerView Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on Datepicker
I have been looking around on this page (among other forums) in search of an answer for limiting a date picker to 14 days from the day a user accesses the page. Built into the date picker is an option for 'todays date' which is auto configured and sets the date option to todays DD/MM/YY so I gather this can be achieved. What I aim for is every date after 14 days from 'today' to be greyed out and not selectable. I could further develop this so that no dates prior to 'today' can also be selected, but achieving a limit of 14 days after 'today' would be great for now.
I'm familiar with max-date and min-date which require a precise DD/MM/YY format setting boundaries between the listed dates. I require something like 'max-date: today + 14'...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 11:58
I require something like 'max-date: today + 14'
This is basically your answer, i.e. "set the max attribute to
today + 14 and the min attribute to
How to filter by date greater than current value in Material table?
This is what I managed so far, it's filtering by exact date and I need to filter all values which are >= that current value in table....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-06 at 03:52
I managed to solve this without
CustomDatePicker component, since material table has already built in date picker when field
type:date is set.
So what is needed is only function and to call it in Material Table:
I would like to add a 'clear' button to a
What I am attempting:
- Store a
datefield in state, passed as the
- Change the
nullwhen desired to 'clear' the value & input
The behaviour I observe:
- If the
dateis valid, it works as expected, and the input is cleared
- If the
dateis not valid, the
erroris cleared, but the invalid date still stays in the input.
The rudimentary version I have attempted which shows the behaviour above can be seen here.
If you input a partial date, then click
clear, you can observe that the input does not get cleared.
I would prefer to avoid a solution that involves changing the
key, as that brings other issues, such as not respecting an external source changing the
null, and needing additional hacks to respect the
label transition when clearing the input.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-21 at 10:47
My theory is that internally,
DatePicker only updates the input value if it's different with the last valid value. Below is how the bug can occur:
- You clear the
DatePickerwhen there is a valid value (like the initial
Date), the state is reset successfully at first (
- You enter some invalid date. The state is now (
- Because the current
valueis invalid, it does not count and the
DatePickerreferences the last valid value instead which is
null, then decide that the current value doesn't change and skip dispatching the new input value (
npm i patch-package
postinstallscript in the
I can't add my icon to the component.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-14 at 15:24
components prop of
DatePicker lets you override the inner components including the
OpenPickerIcon, so this is how you override it. For reference, see the full API of
With this code, I able to get selected date as unix. jsfiddle...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-30 at 13:45
You can do it by using
getState method on
persianDatepicker instance, like this:
I have a Datepicker component which contains a Material Datepicker. This component receives a
datepickerConfig object describing how the Datepicker should be styled. For example, this object describes what level of shadow to apply, the focus styles, hover styles, etc.
I'm quite new to Material styling so I'm wondering how I can apply these styles dynamically, during runtime?
As an example, for the shadow, I have declared the following variables in my SCSS file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-14 at 21:03
You could use the [ngStyle] directive -- take this example which dynamically sets a width property based on a condition.
I was having some problem when trying to disable dates using date picker from ng2-bootstrap. In my app.module.ts, I imported the library as such:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-14 at 04:15
It seems the issue is that the
datesDisabled configuration needs to be an array of Dates according to the docs. And you seem to have used
dateDisabled (missing 's')
so your template code should be changed with
I have to use a MUI5 DesktopDatePicker as shown in the manual here https://mui.com/components/pickers/#react-components.
When I clear the date selected, I see dd/mm/yyyy as placeholder as the input format of the DatePicker. I would like to see the placeholder based on the Localization set, e.g. gg/mm/aaaa for the Italian locale. Is this possible? Even setting a custom placeholder?
Here's a Sandbox forked directly from the MUI5 demo.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-25 at 15:36
You have to change the placeholder of the textfield on renderInput without overwriting the data on params.inputsProps. This would be your new DesktopDatePicker.
I'm trying to change the value of the Material UI Datepicker Input with React Testing Library. But it doesn't seem to work with
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-28 at 05:16
DatePicker by default will open the calendar view and will not allow you to provide keyboard inputs . You need to use the
KeyboardDatePicker instead .
I am trying to change the Material UI DatePicker date text and calendar icon color.
I tried to change it passing style to InputProps, but it worked only for removing border.
Rather than that, nothing changes, I tried to apply style to theme.tsx, but it also didn't help. Any help will be appreciated.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-04 at 21:15
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You can use Android-PickerView like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the Android-PickerView component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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