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A simple Android library for displaying a DateAndTimePicker

A simple Android library for displaying a DateAndTimePicker

CustomDateTimePicker

CustomDateTimePicker is a A simple Android library for displaying a DateAndTimePicker with From and To ranges as a custom dialog. This custom picker allow user to pick both date and time in same dialog at same time.

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Installation

Add Jitpack to your project build.gralde file

  allprojects {
	repositories {
		...
		maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }
	}
}

}

Then add this dependency to your app build.gradle file.

  dependencies {
        implementation 'https://github.com/noowenz/CustomDateTimePicker:latest-release'
}

Usage

Make sure your Activity/Fragment implements ICustomDateTimeListener, and then you
can just do this:

CustomDateTimePicker(this)
	.setDate( Calendar.getInstance())
	.showDialog()

You can see this in action in the sample app here

Customization

You can customize things like bellow

  CustomDateTimePicker(this, object : CustomDateTimePicker.ICustomDateTimeListener {
        @SuppressLint("BinaryOperationInTimber")
        override fun onSet(
            dialog: Dialog,
            calendarSelected: Calendar,
            dateSelected: Date,
            year: Int,
            monthFullName: String,
            monthShortName: String,
            monthNumber: Int,
            day: Int,
            weekDayFullName: String,
            weekDayShortName: String,
            hour24: Int,
            hour12: Int,
            min: Int,
            sec: Int,
            AM_PM: String
        ) {
            //Get any time of date and time data here and process further...
        }

        override fun onCancel() {
           
        }
    }).apply {
        set24HourFormat(false)//24hr format is off
        setMaxMinDisplayDate(
            minDate = Calendar.getInstance().apply { add(Calendar.MINUTE, 5) }.timeInMillis,//min date is 5 min after current time
            maxDate = Calendar.getInstance().apply { add(Calendar.YEAR, 1) }.timeInMillis//max date is next 1 year 
        )
        setMaxMinDisplayedTime(5)//min time is 5 min after current time
        setDate(Calendar.getInstance())//date and time will show in dialog is current time and date. We can change this according to our need
        showDialog()
    }

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