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PickMeUp - Really simple, powerful, customizable and lightweight standalone datepicker
No dependencies, single/range/multiple selections, ability to put custom content into dates, very flexible styling and customization abilities. Or if you are representing a company, here is Faircode page.
A responsive date range picker for Vue.js that displays the number of nights selected and allow several useful options like custom check-in/check-out rules, localisation support and more. The date format string.
V-Calendar is a clean and lightweight plugin for displaying simple, attributed calendars in Vue.js. It uses attributes to decorate the calendar with various visual indicators including highlighted date regions, dots, bars, content styles and popovers for simple tooltips and even custom slot content. Any single attribute may contain one of each object and can be displayed for single dates, date ranges and even complex date patterns like every other Friday, the 15th of every month or the last Friday of every other month.
You’ll need to install React, PropTypes, and Moment.js separately since those dependencies aren’t included in the package. Below is a simple example of how to use the Datepicker in a React view. You will also need to require the CSS file from this package (or provide your own). The example below shows how to include the CSS from this package if your build system supports requiring CSS files (Webpack is one that does). See here for a full list of props that may be passed to the component. Examples are given on the main website.
Check out the homepage at http://indrimuska.github.io/angular-moment-picker/. Angular Moment Picker is a native AngularJS directive for date and time picker that uses Moment.js and does not require jQuery.
Almost every large SPA or project involves date and time input. Browser's native implementations of those are inconsistent and limited in functionality. Most other libraries require you to pull in heavy dependencies like jQuery, Bootstrap, and moment.js. I wanted something that was good-looking out of the box, dependency-free, powerful, and extensible. flatpickr provides more functionality at a fraction of the size of other libraries.
Kalendaryo is an unopinionated React component for building calendars. It has no opinions about what your calendar component should look or function like but rather only helps you deal with those unique constraints by providing various variables your calendar component needs such as the calendar's state data and methods for getting(i.e. all the days in a month) and setting(i.e. selecting the date from a day) plus many more! See the Basic Usage section to see how you can build a basic calendar component with Kalendaryo, or see the Examples section to see more examples built with Kalendaryo. Is the state for the current date the component is in. By convention, this should only change when the calendar changes its current date, i.e. moving to and from a month or year on the calendar.