JDateChooser 1.2 - plugin detail

JDatePicker. JavaBean components(calendar panel, combobox, dialog). Built-in visual appearance editor, external skins support. Single, period, miltiple or null selection. Table cell editor & renderer.

NetBeans Plugin - JDateChooser 1.2
Plugin owner: vadim_ig
Website: https://github.com/vadimig/jdatechooser
Added: 2007-03-21
License: MTI
Category: Graphical User Interface
Downloaded: 173,494 times
Rating:
 4.1, by 21 users

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What's new in this version

+ TableCellRenderer & editor
+ Beans are cloneable
+ javadoc both in English and Russian
+ some bugfixes


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Download plugin   Download size: N/A   Last Update: 2011-05-08

What's new in this version

+ TableCellRenderer & editor
+ Beans are cloneable
+ javadoc both in English and Russian
+ some bugfixes


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Introduction

DateChooser is a JavaBeans library for date selection. It contains 3 datepicker components: the panel, combo editor and a dialog window. Main features:
1) Data. Components lets select one date, the period or several several periods. User can turn on only needed selection opportunities (for example choose no more than one date or one period). Bounding properies: the minimal date, the maximal date, the forbidden dates.
2) Controls. Use keyboard arrows to switch days, PgUp/PgDown - months, Home/End - years. In order to select several dates user should use the mouse dragg, cell's clicks with Ctrl and-or Shift pressed. Space key selects cell. Hold Alt and click to move the cursor to the needed position without date selection.
3) Appearance customization. Two types of appearance profiles: Swing and Custom. Swing uses small amount of parameters, and its main goal- natural component's look among standart swing interface.
4) Visual editors for all properties are presented.
5) Customizer classes presented DateCooserXXXCusomizer which work only on the basis of the analysis corresponding BeanInfo classes. (so they can be used with other beans)
6) Localization. Component supports all dates localizations presented in JDK. User editors and properties descriptions are localized too, but currently only for two languages: Russian and English. Javadoc both in English and Russian.
7) Table cell renderer and editor.

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User Comments

  

I dont know how to use it?

I am a beginner and don't know to use it I would be glad if anyone can teach me..
Posted by robhood1128 on Oct 01, 2014
  

Basic Functionality is difficult achieve.

It has numerous features, most of which are not required by average user like myself. Setting the date and getting it back is very difficult.
So I removed this and use another similar one, with simple functions like .getDate() and .setDate().
http://max-server.myftp.org/jcalendar/ibuild/jcalendar-1.4.1.v201109071408.zip
Posted by buddhika75 on Jul 04, 2014
  

DateChooser is nice but..

Hi guys, the DateChooser is working partly find for me. it can pick the required date but dates appear invisible on the calender and it forces one to blindly choose a date. Can someone help me to make dates on the datechooser to be visible on the calender.
Posted by ajobe on Aug 15, 2012
  

Excellent

Thanks guys, this was really helpful. customizing theme (just changing the backgrnd image) feature is one of the most important one for me
thanks again.
Posted by sanidu on Jul 11, 2012
  

The Plugin is Excellent

I had the idea about building a similar plugin for my application. I then recalled that someone might have built it already. I jumped into NetBeans Plugin Portal and wow it is in. I was glad to see it. Thanks a bunch for this plugin. I saved me from re-inventing the wheel. It is perfect.
Posted by jebusite on Nov 27, 2010
  

Time Selection Component

Hi,
This is very useful component, but I think time selection should also be given in this component with enable and disable flag.
i.e. Use should be able to choose if he wants to show Only calendar, Only clock or Both calendar and clock.
Posted by mahesh_kedari on Sep 19, 2010
  

It's useful

Thanks very much, it help me much
Posted by maolivn on Oct 28, 2009
  

Must HAve Feature in Development

This is a must have component in your "Only IDE" if you are really into development. I am using this for 2months and really feeling the importance of it. I rather say, it is really good, if the NetBeans team can embed this as a component in their component library in NetBeans.
Posted by pathumathukorala on Sep 11, 2009
  

Another sigh of relif

i have downloaded now this plug-in and glad to have this one. I almost lose my hope when i saw the other calendar plug-in here with a "price" listed on it, it was like the opposite of the word "free"(actually, it is lol).
I am a college student here in Quezon City, Philippines and currently doing my thesis work using java.
i hope there's more coming on your next update on this plug-in. MORE POWER ON YOUR PROJECT!
Posted by jonathanlastrilla on Aug 04, 2009
  

Needed Feature

I just downloaded this plug-in and do some observation. As I compare to Calendar Component for me, JDateChooser is better.
But, there is one request I need. I hope this feature will implement on your next version. What I looking for is to customize the date format. For example if I want a date looks like "01/22/2009" or like "2009-01-22". I can specify my own date format I want. I think this is just a simple feature but I know it will help to others not just me.

By the way, I am Felix Rendon from Surigao City, Mindanao Philippines.

Thank you so much and I am looking forwarding more beautiful feature(s) come.
Posted by thetigergo on Jan 23, 2009
  

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Posted by bhuit on Apr 03, 2007
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