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A React Native datetime-picker for Android and iOS

A React Native datetime-picker for Android and iOS

react-native-modal-datetime-picker

A declarative cross-platform react-native datetime-picker.

This library exposes a cross-platform interface for showing the native date-picker and time-picker inside a modal.
You will have an unified user experience, you won't have to worry anymore about testing the device platform and you won't have to programmatically call the Android TimePicker/DatePicker APIs.

Demo

Setup

This library is available on npm, install it with npm install --save react-native-modal-datetime-picker or yarn add react-native-modal-datetime-picker.

Usage

import React, { Component } from 'react';
import { Text, TouchableOpacity, View } from 'react-native';
import DateTimePicker from 'react-native-modal-datetime-picker';

export default class DateTimePickerTester extends Component {
  state = {
    isDateTimePickerVisible: false,
  };

  _showDateTimePicker = () => this.setState({ isDateTimePickerVisible: true });

  _hideDateTimePicker = () => this.setState({ isDateTimePickerVisible: false });

  _handleDatePicked = (date) => {
    console.log('A date has been picked: ', date);
    this._hideDateTimePicker();
  };

  render () {
    return (
      <View style={{ flex: 1 }}>
        <TouchableOpacity onPress={this._showDateTimePicker}>
          <Text>Show DatePicker</Text>
        </TouchableOpacity>
        <DateTimePicker
          isVisible={this.state.isDateTimePickerVisible}
          onConfirm={this._handleDatePicked}
          onCancel={this._hideDateTimePicker}
        />
      </View>
    );
  }

}

Available props

Name Type Default Description
cancelTextIOS string 'Cancel' The text on the cancel button on iOS
cancelTextStyle style The style of the cancel button text on iOS
confirmTextIOS string 'Confirm' The text on the confirm button on iOS
confirmTextStyle style The style of the confirm button text on iOS
customCancelButtonIOS node A custom component for the cancel button on iOS
customConfirmButtonIOS node A custom component for the confirm button on iOS
neverDisableConfirmIOS bool false If true, do not disable the confirm button on any touch events; see #82
customTitleContainerIOS node A custom component for the title container on iOS
customDatePickerIOS node A custom component that will replace the default DatePicker on iOS (Example)
datePickerContainerStyleIOS style The style of the container on iOS
reactNativeModalPropsIOS object Additional props for react-native-modal on iOS
date obj new Date() Initial selected date/time
isVisible bool false Show the datetime picker?
mode string 'date' Datepicker? 'date' Timepicker? 'time' Both? 'datetime'
datePickerModeAndroid string 'calendar' Display as 'spinner' or 'calendar'
onConfirm func REQUIRED Function called on date or time picked. It returns the date or time as a JavaScript Date object
onHideAfterConfirm func () => {} Called after the hiding animation if a date was picked
pickerRefCb func Called after picker has mounted, contains a ref
onCancel func REQUIRED Function called on dismiss
titleIOS string 'Pick a date' The title text on iOS
titleStyle style The style of the title text on iOS
minimumDate Date undefined Min Date. Does not work with 'time' picker on Android
maximumDate Date undefined Max Date. Does not work with 'time' picker on Android
is24Hour bool true If false, the picker shows an AM/PM chooser on Android
minuteInterval integer 1 Interval for time picker on iOS

All the DatePickerIOS props are also supported!

Frequently Asked Questions

The component is not working as expected

Under the hood react-native-modal-datetime-picker uses react-native original DatePickerAndroid, TimePickerAndroid and DatePickerIOS.
Before reporting a bug, try swapping react-native-datetime-picker with react-native original date/time pickers and, if the issue persists, check if it has already been reported as a react-native issue.

How can I show the timepicker instead of the datepicker?

Just set the mode prop to time.
You can also display both the datepicker and the timepicker in one step by setting the mode prop to datetime.

Why is the selected start date being shown in the input field of the end date?

If you have both a start date/time and end date/time picker on the same screen, you will need to have showDateTimePicker, hideDateTimePicker, and handleDatePicked functions for both.

showStartDateTimePicker = () => this.setState({ startDateTimePickerVisible: true });

showEndDateTimePicker = () => this.setState({ endDateTimePickerVisible: true });

hideStartDateTimePicker = () => this.setState({ startDateTimePickerVisible: false });

hideEndDateTimePicker = () => this.setState({ endDateTimePickerVisible: false });

handleStartDatePicked = (date) => {
  console.log('A date has been picked: ', date);
  this.hideStartDateTimePicker();
};

handleEndDatePicked = (date) => {
  console.log('A date has been picked: ', date);
  this.hideEndDateTimePicker();
};

How do I change the color of the Android date and time pickers?

This is more a React-Native specific question than a react-native-modal-datetime-picker one.
See issue #29 and #106 for some solutions.

How to set 24 hours in iOS ?

The is24Hour prop is only available on Android but you use a small hack for enabling it on iOS by setting the app's default timezone as en_GB.
To do so, edit your AppDelegate.m file, and add [[UIDatePicker appearance] setLocale:[[NSLocale alloc]initWithLocaleIdentifier:@"en_GB"]]; to application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions

Notes

Remember to always set the isVisible prop to false in both the onConfirm and onCancel props (like in the example above).

Under the hood this library is using react-native-modal for the iOS modal implementation.

Pull requests and suggestions are always welcome!

GitHub