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A simple vertical date picker for Android, written in kotlin

A simple vertical date picker for Android, written in kotlin

CPicker (Calendar Picker)

A simple vertical date picker for Android, written in kotlin.

Screenshoot

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Installation

Gradle

repositories {
    jcenter()
}

dependencies {
    implementation 'com.andrewjapar.rangedatepicker:rangedatepicker:0.2.1'
}

Usage

1. Add CalendarPicker to your XML file

<com.andrewjapar.rangedatepicker.CalendarPicker
      android:id="@+id/calendar_view"
      android:layout_width="match_parent"
      android:layout_height="match_parent"
      android:clipToPadding="false"
      android:scrollbarStyle="outsideOverlay"
      app:picker_type="range" />

2. You can customize the picker range (by default current date + 1 year)

val startDate = Calendar.getInstance(TimeZone.getDefault(), Locale.getDefault())
val endDate = Calendar.getInstance(TimeZone.getDefault(), Locale.getDefault())
endDate.add(Calendar.MONTH, 6) // Add 6 months ahead from current date
 
calendar_view.apply {
  setMode(SelectionMode.RANGE) // You can set it via XML
  setRangeDate(startDate.time, endDate.time)
  setSelectionDate(startDate.time, endDate.time)
}

3. Don't forget to set the listener to get range selection date

// Set listener first before set the selection to ensure we can track changed date range
// This will be called when range is selected
calendar_view.setOnRangeSelectedListener { startDate, endDate, startLabel, endLabel ->
    departure_date.text = startLabel
    return_date.text = endLabel
}

// This will be called when only single day is selected for both SINGLE and RANGE type
calendar_view.setOnStartSelectedListener { startDate, label ->
    departure_date.text = label
    return_date.text = "-"
}

4. But wait, there is more! If you want to custom text color and background, just override it on your colors.xml file

<!--Background color-->
<color name="calendar_picker_bg">#00FFFFFF</color>

<color name="calendar_day_unselected_bg">#00000000</color>
<color name="calendar_day_selected_bg">#E91E63</color>
<color name="calendar_day_range_selected_bg">#8CE91E63</color>

<!--Font color-->
<color name="calendar_day_disabled_font">#8CE91E63</color>
<color name="calendar_day_weekend_font">#ff0000</color>
<color name="calendar_day_selected_font">#FFFFFF</color>
<color name="calendar_day_normal_font">#333333</color>

<color name="calendar_month_font">#000000</color>
<color name="calendar_week_font">#333333</color>

5. You also can override the value of dimens.xml

<dimen name="calendar_day_height">36dp</dimen>
<dimen name="calendar_day_gap">8dp</dimen>
<dimen name="calendar_day_textsize">12sp</dimen>

<dimen name="calendar_month_padding">16dp</dimen>
<dimen name="calendar_month_textsize">16sp</dimen>

<dimen name="calendar_week_textsize">12sp</dimen>

Future Plan

  1. Support Horizontal View like Traveloka, Expedia, Airbnb, etc
  2. Change font color when the day is weekend
  3. Add a marker on some dates (e.g for public holidays)
  4. Render optimization
  5. Please let me know, if you have any other ideas

Contributing

Currently, CPicker is used only on my personal project but if you have any idea to make it more powerfull, just make a pull request, You are in!

GitHub

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