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JDatePicker 4.3



Released:2007-01-08
License:$119.00
Publisher:Stand By Soft
Language:English
Platform:Windows, Linux
Requirements:Java 1.3
Install:Install and Uninstall
Downloads:1464
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Publisher's Description:

JDatePicker - JDatePicker is a suite of date components for Swing, highly appreciated by Java developers for its richness of features, configurability and well crafted API. It contains an editable date picker, a date/time field, a multiple month calendar and a month component.

* 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 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

Time and patience were spent to put even the smallest details in place. The components handle any date/time entry situation, have a Swing-like API and Sun-like documentation.

List of Changes:

Version 4.3 from 2007-01-08

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Professional date components for Swing
 

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Latest User Reviews:

HitItLikeAHammer 2009-08-11 15:56:15 #
Version: 4.3

Not what I was looking for. I need a date picker that can be pasted to a worksheet and not disappear,if that makes sense. I want it to always be there. And only one month,and obviously perpetual so I can leave it till the end of time, or when I die, whichever comes first. If you have something like this let me know. Thanks



shourove 2008-04-10 06:39:08 #
Version: 4.3

I am testing it for my current project

I am very much glad to use jdatepicker. Now I am testing it whether i can use it in my project or not. I am very much pleased until now.

Thanks

A I M Sadot Arefin
Sr. Programmer



Andrey S 2007-05-16 08:06:39 #
Version: 4.3

Very good controls!

Actualy, your controls are very simple and usfull,
And I have one question. Yesterday I had a task to define a date diapason. I took two BasicDatePicker controls but couldn't write attributes for Validator for one simple rule: first date must be less than second, (just less - without any static day difference number). I tried to find some info on your forum but, unfortunatly, I did not find anything.
If you know how to make this, please let me know.




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