Thank you for choosing Telerik RadDateTimePicker!
RadDateTimePicker is a convenient way to get rid of the boring date and time parsing and data validation. This control is an easy and simple, but yet essential way to improve end-user experience. By setting the InputMode property you can use RadDateTimePicker as a DatePicker, TimePicker or both. The design of these controls allows users to navigate through the elements with infinite looping which makes these controls easy to use.
This is a list with short descriptions of the top-of-the-line features of the Telerik RadDateTimePicker control:
Input Modes: Easily change the control behavior by transforming it into Date, Time, or DateTimePicker. Read more
Display Modes: Choose between drop-down or inline mode. You can choose to use either one or both. Read more
Step: Easily configure the date/time amount used as an interval for selectable options of the control.
Order of the Components: Choose which components to show and what order they will appear.
Header: Display specific content for the user in the drop-down.
Empty Text: Display content when there is no selected value.
Min/Max Values: Choose the min/max allowed values.
Keyboard Navigation: RadDateTimePicker supports the standard browser navigation paradigm. Once the control has focus, you can press the Down Arrow key to show the calendar. The users can go forward/backward over the individual days by pressing the arrow keys. Pressing the Tab key will move the focus to the time-picker where you can once again navigate.
Get started with the control with its Getting Started help article that shows how to use it in a basic scenario.
You can check out our demos application, which showcases the controls from the Telerik UI for WinUI suite. You can take a look at the Examples Application article, which describes how you can navigate to the download page.