The visual quality of our controls is one of our highest priorities and we want to give you options to explore. That’s why we provide two separate rendering modes for the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Date and TimePicker components. The secondary (modern) look can be activate by changing an attribute on the component.
UI for ASP.NET MVC offers edit templates for Model properties. It delivers an easy way to change fields relating to date and time by using Telerik MVC components as the editors.
Customizing the message placeholder of the date input in the Date & Time Picker components has become a breeze. The Messages option within the DateInput UI component allows for this functionality. Additionally, the component offers the .Format() option which enables setting the date format for parsing and formatting the machine date.
The ASP.NET MVC 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 Time Picker components support templates, configurable options for minimum and maximum date and time, start view and the depth of the navigation.
Implement the built-in server-side and client-side validation from ASP.NET MVC. The MVC date picker components will display any provided validation messages.
Right out-of-the-box, the ASP.NET MVC 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 ASP.NET MVC DatePicker, TimePicker or DateTimePicker, you will inherit standard Telerik Kendo UI framework benefits, such as Templates, Globalization and Keyboard Navigation.
Telerik MVC date and time pickers are compliant with Section 508 and WCAG guidelines, perfect for scenarios where accessibility is a concern.