Kendo UI for jQuery
The Kendo UI for jQuery DateTimePicker component combines the jQuery DatePicker and jQuery TimePicker in a single component, conveniently enabling users to select both date and time slots. Users can either select a date and time using the component popups, or quickly type a date and time into the DateTimePicker input using their keyboard.
Make the jQuery DateTimePicker fit your look and feel by choosing from a traditional or modern layout and design.
Combine two DateTimePickers to allow users to select start and end dates and times of a range. Furthermore, set limits on the min and max dates to prevent users from selecting dates outside a particular range.
Customize the look and feel of the different Kendo UI for jQuery DateTimePicker child components with templates. You can specifically tailor the built-in Calendar elements all the way to the cell level to match your brand and application style.
Retain the context of the form field while saving space with the DateTimePicker floating label feature. It allows you to add a label that moves above the input upon clicking, thus creating a smoother and more efficient experience for end-users.
The jQuery DateTimePicker UI component supports an adaptive mode that provides a mobile-friendly rendering of its popup. When enabled, the component will automatically adapt to the current screen size and will change its rendering accordingly.
By default, the jQuery DateTimePicker is enabled and fully interactive. You can prevent date selection by setting a simple disableDates property. Common uses are disabling weekends and holidays. In a more advanced case, you can disable dates already booked in a reservations system.
You can add the week number, one through 52, to any date or date range with the Week Column feature. The Kendo UI for jQuery DateTimePicker component can show or hide a column responsible for displaying the week number next to each week displayed in the calendar.
The Start View Selection Depth feature of the Kendo UI for jQuery DateTimePicker enables you to set the initial view and limit or expand the depth of the calendar to which the user can navigate. You can define how far users can zoom in on a date selection or zoom out of a date by for example narrowing down the selection options to only selecting a year and a month or only a month of a particular year.
Date and time come in many formats and with its support for standard date strings, the Kendo UI for jQuery DateTimePicker can handle any valid format to represent dates or times.
The jQuery DateTimePicker supports any globalization or localization scenarios. You can also enable RTL mode to display the control’s text and UI elements from left to right.
Improve accessibility and productivity with keyboard-only navigation. This component supports keyboard navigation to help navigate and interact with dates.