Overview

Telerik DateTimePicker for .NET MAUI provides an easy way to pick a date, time or date and time depending on the used format string Its items are visualized inside a popup or a dropdown. The DateTimePicker control has a number of features which enable you to set a date range, date and time format and fully customize the dialog appearance by setting, for example, its header and footer.

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DateTime Picker Overview

Key Features

  • Spinner format—The DateTimePicker for .NET MAUI allows you to use a standard or custom date format string through its SpinnerFormat property. Depending on what format is set, the picker visualizes spinner controls with the prepopulated values ready to be picked.

  • Picker mode—You can choose between Popup and DropDown UI for showing the spinner controls with the available date and time values. For Desktop the default picker mode is DropDown while for mobile it's Popup.

  • Templates—The DateTimePicker provides templates for its header and footer as well as exposes templates for its placeholder and display text.

  • DisplayString format—You can choose what text that will be displayed when a date is selected by using the DisplayStringFormat property of the DateTimePicker.

  • Date ranges—You can also define date ranges by setting minimum and maximum date values, and choose a date within that range.

  • Flexible styling API—The DateTimePicker provides a number of styling capabilities, which enable you to easily style its spinners, popup and popup header and footer, the displayed text displayed after a date is selected, and more.

  • Commands support—The DateTimePicker exposes commands that allow you to clear the selected date and to open and close the popup.

  • Localization support—translate the used across the Date and Time Picker texts to other languages, so that your app can be adapted to different regions.

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