Use to help the user enter a date in a form.
This component wraps our ns-inputter component. Guidelines defined on the ns-inputter should also be followed when using this component. ns-inputter documentation
ns-datepicker supports 2 types
When type is set to
default the date-picker will display a calendar UI for selecting the date. On mobile/touch devices this will use the browsers native calendar. On desktop/non-touch devices it will use the Nucleus calendar component.
Also see ns-inputter best practices
|💚 Do's||💔 Don'ts|
|Use the default type for picking a date from a range||Change the date format|
|Use the default type for picking a date that the user might not be sure of (e.g. Next Friday)|
|Use the mask type for picking a dates that are well know to the user (e.g. Date of birth)|
When the browser supports the
<input type="date"> the format of the input will change depending on the settings of their device. For example users in UK will get the dd/mm/yyyy date format where as users in United States of America will get the m/d/yy date format. Regardless of the input format dates are always returned following the ISO 8601 date format
This component uses the ISO 8601 date format: YYYY-MM-DD. This allows us to build upon the native
<input type="date"> which also uses the same standard and provides a consistent approach to handling dates throughout nucleus.
Some browsers do not support
type='date' (e.g. Safari on Desktop). The component detects if the browser supports this input and will fallback to use the mask type instead.
The ns-datepicker component can be used in the following components:
Also see ns-inputter specification
|Value to pass to the input autocomplete attribute.|
|The text to place in the label.|
|The maximum date allowed to be entered into the input. Must be in YYYY-MM-DD format. Validation will trigger if date is entered after this value|
|The minimum date allowed to be entered into the input. Must be in YYYY-MM-DD format. Validation will trigger if date is before after this value|
|Use to select the input format. Default is the native date input.|
|See ns-inputter. minDate and Max date are automatically applied if the min and max values are populated.|
|The value the input inside the component. This can be used to add an initial value.|
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