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DateRangeEndInputDirective

A directive which manages the end range selection.

You can use the DateRangeEndInputDirective only with a DateInput component.

Selector

[kendoDateRangeEndInput]

Inputs

autoCorrectOn

AutoCorrectOn

Specifies the auto-correction behavior. If the start date is greater than the end date, the directive fixes the date range to a single date either on input change or on blur (see example).

By default, the component does not perform any auto-correction.

boolean

Specifies the navigation behavior of the calendar when the active end is changed on input focus. When enabled, the calendar navigates to the value of the focused input. Otherwise, the calendar displays the last picked date.

By default, the automatic navigation behavior on input focus is disabled.

@Component({
selector: 'my-app',
template: `
 <h5>Toggle input focus to see the calendar navigating between range ends.</h5>
 <kendo-daterange>
     <kendo-dateinput kendoDateRangeStartInput [navigateCalendarOnFocus]="true" [(value)]="start"></kendo-dateinput>
     <kendo-dateinput kendoDateRangeEndInput [navigateCalendarOnFocus]="true" [(value)]="end"></kendo-dateinput>
 </kendo-daterange>
`
})
class AppComponent {
  public start: Date = new Date(2018, 3, 10);
  public end: Date = new Date(2018, 10, 20);
}

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