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A simple datepicker inspired by Pikaday

A simple datepicker inspired by Pikaday

react-daypicker

A simple datepicker inspired by Pikaday.

Installation

yarn

yarn add react-daypicker

npm

npm install --save react-daypicker

Agnostic building block

Note that this component does not draw any border around itself or handle popping
up. That is up to you and your framework. I am using it with react-bootstrap v3
and it my usage looks like this:

usage

Usage

import 'react-daypicker/lib/DayPicker.css';
import DayPicker from 'react-daypicker';

The only required property is onDayClick which is called when a day is clicked.

<DayPicker onDayClick={(day) => this.setState({ day })} />

An optional property active can be added in order to mark a day as active:

<DayPicker
  active={moment().add(1, 'day')}
  onDayClick={(day) => this.setState({ day })}
/>

Note that active is expected to be an instance of moment from Moment.js.

Options on styling

You can import the Sass stylesheet instead:

import 'react-daypicker/src/DayPicker.scss';

The root element is .react-daypicker-root. The default styling is
intentionally monochrome and basic so that you can drop it into your project
without having to fiddle with styles right away.

Dependencies

Peer

  • React
  • moment
  • classnames

Developing

See package.json for details but simply run:

npm run build

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