SwitchDateTimePicker


Source link: https://github.com/Kunzisoft/Android-SwitchDateTimePicker

Android SwitchDateTime Picker

SwitchDateTime Picker is a library for select a Date object in dialog with a DatePicker (Calendar) and a TimePicker (Clock) in the same UI.

Donation

Donations will be used to create free and open source applications.

Installation

Add the JitPack repository in your build.gradle at the end of repositories:

 allprojects {

repositories {

 ...
 maven {
 url "https://jitpack.io" 
}

}
  
}
 

And add the dependency

 dependencies {

 compile 'com.github.Kunzisoft:Android-SwitchDateTimePicker:1.8'  
}
 

Usage

SimpleDateFormat for Day and Month

You can specify a particular SimpleDateFormat for value of Day and Month with setSimpleDateMonthAndDayFormat(SimpleDateFormat format) Warning, the format must satisfy the regular expression : (M|w|W|D|d|F|E|u|\s)* , for example dd MMMM

24 Hours mode

By default, time is in 12 hours mode, If you want a 24-hour display, use: dateTimeFragment.set24HoursMode(true); before the "show"

Start with a specific view

For launch Dialog with a specific view, call : dateTimeFragment.startAtTimeView(); , dateTimeFragment.startAtCalendarView(); or dateTimeFragment.startAtYearView(); before the "show"

Define minimum and maximum

For just allow selection after or/and before dates, use : dateTimeFragment.setMinimumDateTime(Date minimum); and dateTimeFragment.setMaximumDateTime(Date maximum);

Style

You can customize the style to change color, bold, etc... of each element. You need to use a Theme.AppCompat theme (or descendant) with SwitchDateTime's activity. ( compile 'com.android.support:appcompat-v7:25.1.0' in gradle)

In your styles.xml, you can redefine each style separately, but you must keep each item, for example : change size of "year label"

<resources>
  <!-- Base application theme. -->
  <style name="MyAppCustomTheme" parent="Theme.AppCompat.Light">

<!-- Customize your theme here. -->

<item name="colorPrimary">@color/colorPrimary</item>

<item name="colorPrimaryDark">@color/colorPrimaryDark</item>

<item name="colorAccent">@color/colorAccent</item>
  </style>

<!-- SwitchDateTime style is independent, each element is optional-->
  <!-- Year Precise -->
  <style name="Theme.SwitchDateTime.DateLabelYear">

<item name="android:textSize">58sp</item>

<item name="android:textColor">#fff</item>

<item name="android:textStyle">bold</item>
  </style> </resources>  

Styles elements : https://github.com/Kunzisoft/Android-SwitchDateTimePicker/blob/master/switchdatetime/src/main/res/values/styles.xml

AlertStyle

To customize the AlertDialog that is shown, use : void setAlertStyle(@StyleRes int styleId)

Sample

You can see https://github.com/J-Jamet/Android-SwitchDateTimePicker/blob/master/sample/src/main/java/com/kunzisoft/switchdatetimesample/Sample.java for complete sample.

// Initialize SwitchDateTimeDialogFragment dateTimeDialogFragment = SwitchDateTimeDialogFragment.newInstance(

"Title example",

"OK",

"Cancel" );
  // Assign values dateTimeFragment.startAtCalendarView();
 dateTimeFragment.set24HoursMode(true);
 dateTimeFragment.setMinimumDateTime(new GregorianCalendar(2015, Calendar.JANUARY, 1).getTime());
 dateTimeFragment.setMaximumDateTime(new GregorianCalendar(2025, Calendar.DECEMBER, 31).getTime());
 dateTimeFragment.setDefaultDateTime(new GregorianCalendar(2017, Calendar.MARCH, 4, 15, 20).getTime());
 // Or assign each element, default element is the current moment // dateTimeFragment.setDefaultHourOfDay(15);
 // dateTimeFragment.setDefaultMinute(20);
 // dateTimeFragment.setDefaultDay(4);
 // dateTimeFragment.setDefaultMonth(Calendar.MARCH);
 // dateTimeFragment.setDefaultYear(2017);
  // Define new day and month format try {

  dateTimeFragment.setSimpleDateMonthAndDayFormat(new SimpleDateFormat("dd MMMM", Locale.getDefault()));
 
}
 catch (SwitchDateTimeDialogFragment.SimpleDateMonthAndDayFormatException e) {

  Log.e(TAG, e.getMessage());
 
}
  // Set listener dateTimeDialogFragment.setOnButtonClickListener(new SwitchDateTimeDialogFragment.OnButtonClickListener() {

  @Override
  public void onPositiveButtonClick(Date date) {

// Date is get on positive button click

// Do something
  
}

@Override
  public void onNegativeButtonClick(Date date) {

// Date is get on negative button click
  
}
 
}
);
  // Show dateTimeDialogFragment.show(getSupportFragmentManager(), "dialog_time");
 

Neutral button

To use with a neutral button, initialize with another parameter and implement the OnButtonWithNeutralClickListener :

SwitchDateTimeDialogFragment dateTimeDialogFragment = SwitchDateTimeDialogFragment.newInstance(

"Title example",

"OK",

"Cancel",

"Clean" );
  dateTimeFragment.setOnButtonClickListener(new SwitchDateTimeDialogFragment.OnButtonWithNeutralClickListener() {

  @Override
  public void onPositiveButtonClick(Date date) {

  
}

@Override
  public void onNegativeButtonClick(Date date) {

  
}

@Override
  public void onNeutralButtonClick(Date date) {

  
}
 
}
);
 

Bonus

You can follow the project live on https://www.livecoding.tv/kunzisoft/

License

Copyright (c) 2016 JAMET Jeremy

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

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