The ASP.NET MVC DateInput component lets users input data, conforming to the specific format, culture, min and max settings. It provides separate sections for days, months, years, hours and minutes.
It is now possible to effortlessly personalize the message placeholder for the date input in the Date & Time Picker elements by utilizing the Messages feature found in the DateInput user interface component. Additionally, the component includes a .Format() feature that can be utilized to specify the date format for parsing and formatting the machine date.
Saving form space without losing the context of the form field is a breeze with the ASP.NET MVC DateInput floating label. Ensure a smoother and more efficient user experience by adding a label that floats above the input upon clicking.
Leverage the date editing options in the Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC DateInput to easily configure the behavior of the component while editing the date. These configuration options include:
You can seamlessly integrate the ASP.NET MVC DateInput with other components, such as DatePicker, TimePicker and DateTimePicker. To achieve this behavior, simply enable the DateInput property of the respective component. Refer to the documentation article to learn more.
The DateInput component automatically translates culture-specific formats to the user’s locale. Simply set the culture and the correct date formats will be inherited from it, adjusting the input data.
Right-to-left support is available for languages like Arabic and Hebrew, in which users read from right to left. You can satisfy any cultural preference with the ASP.NET MVC DateInput control by toggling between left-to-right and right-to-left alignment with only a few settings.
The DateInput provides keyboard navigation, making your apps usable by anyone. Refer to the demo page and find out how you can open the popup, highlight parts, clear, increase and decrease dates by using just your keyboard.