Java Date Picker 4.3
Java Date Picker is a suite of professional date components for Swing.
Here are some key features of "Java Date Picker":
· Lots of features to handle any date/time entry situation
· Careful and well-crafted API to speed up the development of your application
· Microsoft-like calendar to keep the same feeling for users when moving to Java applications
· Mouse and keyboard support to enter date time information intuitively
· Detailed tutorial and examples to get the most out of the API
· Source code access to ensure the life of your application
· Works with J2SE 1.3 or higher on Windows, Mac, Linux and all Java enabled platforms
· Royalty free distribution
The components can be localized for any language and region
Ready to use JTable date cell editor so you don't have to write one
Keyboard support for maximum productivity
Look and feel support (Metal, Windows, Motif, Aqua and custom)
Date model to control the edited date
Date parser to parse shortcut dates like "yesterday" or "today + 3"
Date renderer to paint calendar dates as you need
Date selection model to control everything about the selected/-able dates
Custom UI delegates to finely adjust or even reimplement the UI as you like
Selection type like single, single interval or multiple intervals
Week and day of week selection support
Null dates support to allow maximum date input flexibility
Restrict dates to an interval like Jan 1, 2002 - Apr 7, 2003
Restrict dates with rules like "Week-end dates cannot be selected" or "Holidays cannot be selected"
Restrict individual dates like January 3, 2005
Date Time Editing
Structured editor that forces users to type syntactically valid dates using any date format
Free text support to enter dates as a simple text, with no constraints
Shortcut dates support so you can type shortcut strings like "today", "xmas" or "tomorrow" to specify a date
Date validation to keep users from making mistakes
Date field access to have full control over an edited date
Multiple month calendar to view a quarter or a whole year
Control grid color and visibility
Paint the calendar dates as you like with date renderers
Customized fonts and colors to create an intuitive interface
Show or hide week numbers and days
What's New in This Release:
· This release adds support for the JBuilder's dbSwing data binding framework.
· It improves the date editor to support month names.
· JDatePicker is created faster (comparable to JComboBox).
· The JDatePicker calendar can now be configured using a Popup object.
· The JDatePicker class has fewer methods (reduced from 29 to 7).
· There are other improvements and bugfixes.