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react-native-paper-dates


  • Smooth and fast cross platform Material Design date picker and time picker for (react-native-paper)
  • Tested on Android, iOS and the web
  • Uses the native Date.Intl API's which work out of the box on the web / iOS (automatic day name, month translations without bundle size increase)
  • For Android Intl support please follow the android-caveats guide
  • Simple API
  • Typesafe
  • Endless (virtual) scrolling
  • Performant
  • Great React Native Web support
  • Dependencies are react-native-paper

Demo of react-native-paper-dates

View video in better frame on YouTube

Web demo: reactnativepaperdates.com

About us

We want developers to be able to build software faster using modern tools like GraphQL, Golang and React Native.

Give us a follow on Twitter: RichardLindhout, web_ridge

Donate

Please contribute or donate so we can spend more time on this library

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Getting started

First install and follow the guides at react-native-paper

Yarn

yarn add react-native-paper-dates

npm

npm install react-native-paper-dates --save

Usage

Single date Picker

import * as React from 'react';
import { Button } from 'react-native-paper';
import { DatePickerModal } from 'react-native-paper-dates';

export default function ReadMeExampleSingle() {
  const [date, setDate] = React.useState<Date | undefined>(undefined);
  const [open, setOpen] = React.useState(false);

  const onDismissSingle = React.useCallback(() => {
    setOpen(false);
  }, [setOpen]);

  const onConfirmSingle = React.useCallback(
    (params) => {
      setOpen(false);
      setDate(params.date);
    },
    [setOpen, setDate]
  );

  return (
    <>
      <Button onPress={() => setOpen(true)} uppercase={false} mode="outlined">
        Pick single date
      </Button>
      <DatePickerModal
        // locale={'en'} optional, default: automatic
        mode="single"
        visible={open}
        onDismiss={onDismissSingle}
        date={date}
        onConfirm={onConfirmSingle}
        // validRange={{
        //   startDate: new Date(2021, 1, 2),  // optional
        //   endDate: new Date(), // optional
        // }}
        // onChange={} // same props as onConfirm but triggered without confirmed by user
        // saveLabel="Save" // optional
        // label="Select date" // optional
        // animationType="slide" // optional, default is 'slide' on ios/android and 'none' on web
      />
    </>
  );
}

Range picker

import * as React from 'react';
import { Button } from 'react-native-paper';

import { DatePickerModal } from 'react-native-paper-dates';

export default function ReadMeExampleRange() {
  const [range, setRange] = React.useState<{
    startDate: Date | undefined;
    endDate: Date | undefined;
  }>({ startDate: undefined, endDate: undefined });

  const [open, setOpen] = React.useState(false);

  const onDismiss = React.useCallback(() => {
    setOpen(false);
  }, [setOpen]);

  const onConfirm = React.useCallback(
    ({ startDate, endDate }) => {
      setOpen(false);
      setRange({ startDate, endDate });
    },
    [setOpen, setRange]
  );

  return (
    <>
      <Button onPress={() => setOpen(true)} uppercase={false} mode="outlined">
        Pick range
      </Button>
      <DatePickerModal
        // locale={'en'} optional, default: automatic
        mode="range"
        visible={open}
        onDismiss={onDismiss}
        startDate={range.startDate}
        endDate={range.endDate}
        onConfirm={onConfirm}
        // validRange={{
        //   startDate: new Date(2021, 1, 2),  // optional
        //   endDate: new Date(), // optional
        // }}
        // onChange={} // same props as onConfirm but triggered without confirmed by user
        // locale={'nl'} // optional
        // saveLabel="Save" // optional
        // label="Select period" // optional
        // startLabel="From" // optional
        // endLabel="To" // optional
        // animationType="slide" // optional, default is slide on ios/android and none on web
      />
    </>
  );
}

Multiple dates picker

import * as React from 'react';
import { Button } from 'react-native-paper';

import { DatePickerModal } from 'react-native-paper-dates';

export default function ReadMeExampleMultiple() {
  const [dates, setDates] = React.useState<Date[] | undefined>();
  const [open, setOpen] = React.useState(false);

  const onDismiss = React.useCallback(() => {
    setOpen(false);
  }, [setOpen]);

  const onConfirm = React.useCallback((params) => {
    setOpen(false);
    setDates(params.dates);
    console.log('[on-change-multi]', params);
  }, []);

  return (
    <>
      <Button onPress={() => setOpen(true)} uppercase={false} mode="outlined">
        Pick multiple dates
      </Button>

      <DatePickerModal
        // locale={'en'} optional, default: automatic
        mode="multiple"
        visible={open}
        onDismiss={onDismiss}
        dates={dates}
        onConfirm={onConfirm}
        // moreLabel="More"
        // validRange={{
        //   startDate: new Date(2021, 1, 2),  // optional
        //   endDate: new Date(), // optional
        // }}
        // locale={'nl'} // optional
        // saveLabel="Save" // optional
        // label="Select period" // optional
        // startLabel="From" // optional
        // endLabel="To" // optional
        // animationType="slide" // optional, default is slide on ios/android and none on web
      />
    </>
  );
}

Time picker

import * as React from 'react'
import { Button } from 'react-native-paper'
import { TimePickerModal } from 'react-native-paper-dates'

export default function TimePickerPage() {
  const [visible, setVisible] = React.useState(false)
  const onDismiss = React.useCallback(() => {
    setVisible(false)
  }, [setVisible])

  const onConfirm = React.useCallback(
    ({ hours, minutes }) => {
      setVisible(false);
      console.log({ hours, minutes });
    },
    [setVisible]
  );


  return (
    <>
      <TimePickerModal
        visible={visible}
        onDismiss={onDismiss}
        onConfirm={onConfirm}
        hours={12} // default: current hours
        minutes={14} // default: current minutes
        label="Select time" // optional, default 'Select time'
        cancelLabel="Cancel" // optional, default: 'Cancel'
        confirmLabel="Ok" // optional, default: 'Ok'
        animationType="fade" // optional, default is 'none'
        locale={'en'} // optional, default is automically detected by your system
      />
      <Button onPress={()=> setVisible(true)}>
        Pick time
      </Button>
    </>
  )
}

Roadmap

Things on our roadmap have labels with enhancement. https://github.com/web-ridge/react-native-paper-dates/issues

Tips & Tricks

  • Use 0.14+ version of React-Native-Web (Modal and better number input)
  • Try to avoid putting the Picker Modals inside of a scrollView If that is not possible use the following props on the surrounding ScrollViews/Flatlists
    keyboardDismissMode="on-drag"
    keyboardShouldPersistTaps="handled"
    contentInsetAdjustmentBehavior="always"

This is to prevent the need to press 2 times before save or close button in modal works (1 press for closing keyboard, 1 press for confirm/close) React Native Issue: #10138

Android Caveats

You will need to add a polyfill for the Intl API on Android if:

  • You have Hermes enabled
  • You have Hermes disabled and you want to support locales outside of en-US and you don't have the org.webkit:android-jsc-intl:+ variant enabled in your app/build.gradle

update: Hermes is planning on native Intl support in version 0.65! when that's released we won't need any polyfills anymore!

But for now.

Install polyfills with Yarn

yarn add react-native-localize @formatjs/intl-pluralrules @formatjs/intl-getcanonicallocales @formatjs/intl-listformat @formatjs/intl-displaynames @formatjs/intl-locale @formatjs/intl-datetimeformat @formatjs/intl-numberformat @formatjs/intl-relativetimeformat

or npm

npm install react-native-localize @formatjs/intl-pluralrules @formatjs/intl-getcanonicallocales @formatjs/intl-listformat @formatjs/intl-displaynames @formatjs/intl-locale @formatjs/intl-datetimeformat @formatjs/intl-numberformat @formatjs/intl-relativetimeformat --save

In your app starting entrypoint e.g. ./index.js or even better use a index.android.js to prevent importing on iOS/web put the following code. (don't forget to import the languages you want to support, in the example only english language is supported)

// on top of your index.android.js file
const isAndroid = require('react-native').Platform.OS === 'android';
const isHermesEnabled = !!global.HermesInternal;

// in your index.js file
if (isHermesEnabled || isAndroid) {

  require('@formatjs/intl-getcanonicallocales/polyfill');
  require('@formatjs/intl-locale/polyfill');


  require('@formatjs/intl-pluralrules/polyfill');
  require('@formatjs/intl-pluralrules/locale-data/en.js'); // USE YOUR OWN LANGUAGE OR MULTIPLE IMPORTS YOU WANT TO SUPPORT

  require('@formatjs/intl-displaynames/polyfill');
  require('@formatjs/intl-displaynames/locale-data/en.js'); // USE YOUR OWN LANGUAGE OR MULTIPLE IMPORTS YOU WANT TO SUPPORT

  require('@formatjs/intl-listformat/polyfill');
  require('@formatjs/intl-listformat/locale-data/en.js'); // USE YOUR OWN LANGUAGE OR MULTIPLE IMPORTS YOU WANT TO SUPPORT

  require('@formatjs/intl-numberformat/polyfill');
  require('@formatjs/intl-numberformat/locale-data/en.js'); // USE YOUR OWN LANGUAGE OR MULTIPLE IMPORTS YOU WANT TO SUPPORT

  require('@formatjs/intl-relativetimeformat/polyfill');
  require('@formatjs/intl-relativetimeformat/locale-data/en.js'); // USE YOUR OWN LANGUAGE OR MULTIPLE IMPORTS YOU WANT TO SUPPORT

  require('@formatjs/intl-datetimeformat/polyfill');
  require('@formatjs/intl-datetimeformat/locale-data/en.js'); // USE YOUR OWN LANGUAGE OR MULTIPLE IMPORTS YOU WANT TO SUPPORT

  require('@formatjs/intl-datetimeformat/add-golden-tz.js');



  // https://formatjs.io/docs/polyfills/intl-datetimeformat/#default-timezone

  if ('__setDefaultTimeZone' in Intl.DateTimeFormat) {

    // If you are using react-native-cli
    let RNLocalize = require('react-native-localize');
    Intl.DateTimeFormat.__setDefaultTimeZone(RNLocalize.getTimeZone());

    //  Are you using Expo, use this instead of previous 2 lines
    //  Intl.DateTimeFormat.__setDefaultTimeZone(
    //    require("expo-localization").timezone
    //  );
  }
}

Contributing

See the contributing guide to learn how to contribute to the repository and the development workflow.

License

MIT

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