The ASP.NET Core DatePicker, TimePicker and DateTimePicker enable app users to select a date or time from a calendar, or to directly input a date on their own. The Date and Time Picker components support templates, configurable options for minimum and maximum date and time, start view and the depth of the navigation.
the Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core Date Time Picker component can be completely declaratively configured with a HTML-like syntax using Tag Helpers - a system for enabling developers to lay out the components and their configuration in a simple and easy-to-read HTML-like declarative way.
The control offers edit templates for Model properties. It delivers an easy way to change fields relating to date and time by using the Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core components as the editors.
As an example, you can validate user input both on the server and on the client and the control will display any provided validation messages.
Implement the built-in server-side and client-side validation from ASP.NET Core. The Core date picker components will display any provided validation messages.
Right out-of-the-box, the Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core DatePicker, TimePicker and DateTimePicker provide RTL support for languages such as Arabic and Hebrew. You can adjust for local preference by simply adjusting a few settings.
By using Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core DatePicker, TimePicker or DateTimePicker, you gain the global benefits our library offers - Templates, Globalization and Keyboard Navigation.
Telerik UI for ASP.NET Core date and time pickers are compliant with Section 508 and WCAG guidelines, perfect for scenarios where accessibility is a concern.
To get more familiar with accessibility and its importance, check out our whitepaper focused on the topic to learn how accessibility affects your applications.