Any+Time: DatePicker and Convertor

The Any+Time JavaScript Library provides an easy-to-use, easy-to-customize calendar widget (ATWidget – that includes date and/or time picker) and a powerful Date/String parse/format utility (ATConverter). It is powered by Prototype JavaScript Framework and has been tested with IE 8, Firefox 3, Safari 4, and Opera 9.64.

ATWidget is an AJAX-capable JavaScript GUI component, that you can use to easily add to a page. It provides several option that enable you to easily customize it for your project. The look and feel can be customized by modifying or supplementing the included CSS style sheet. All labels, as well as month, weekday and era names and abbreviations, are also easy to change.

Features

  • Time-only
  • Begin week with Monday (or any other day)
  • Range limits (before and/or after)
  • Custom date or time format
  • 12-hour or 24-hour clock
  • Multiple languages (l10n/i18n)
  • Can be configured to use AJAX
  • Custom look & feel
  • Prehistoric dates

ATConverter converts between JavaScript String and Date objects and supports a wide range of formats. It can be used independently, or in conjunction with ATWidget to manage the format of your date/time input field.

Developed by Andrew M. Andrews; Any+Time JavaScript Library is available under under the Creative Commons Attribution – Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.  You can find further information, demos & download on Any+Time JavaScript Library Website.

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3 Responses to “Any+Time: DatePicker and Convertor”
  1. Thanks for spreading the word about Any+Time! I can be contacted with questions or constructive criticism via my website.

  2. I recently released a new, redesigned version of Any+Time! In addition to major changes to the default styling, the new version uses jQuery instead of Prototype and support jQuery UI styles and themes. Under the covers, the code received significant improvements, also. Please give it a shot and let me know if you have any problems or suggestions for improvements!

  3. Pera Tut says:

    Thanks you,
    I am looking to put datapicker on this page:
    http://carolija.co.rs/zakazi.html
    and have to mach the design and color…. Thanks for this post.

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