DatePickerIOS #

Use DatePickerIOS to render a date/time picker (selector) on iOS. This is a controlled component, so you must hook in to the onDateChange callback and update the date prop in order for the component to update, otherwise the user's change will be reverted immediately to reflect as the source of truth.

Props #

date?: PropTypes.instanceOf(Date).isRequired #

The currently selected date.

maximumDate?: PropTypes.instanceOf(Date) #

Maximum date.

Restricts the range of possible date/time values.

minimumDate?: PropTypes.instanceOf(Date) #

Minimum date.

Restricts the range of possible date/time values.

minuteInterval?: PropTypes.oneOf([1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 20, 30]) #

The interval at which minutes can be selected.

mode?: PropTypes.oneOf(['date', 'time', 'datetime']) #

The date picker mode.

onDateChange?: PropTypes.func.isRequired #

Date change handler.

This is called when the user changes the date or time in the UI. The first and only argument is a Date object representing the new date and time.

timeZoneOffsetInMinutes?: PropTypes.number #

Timezone offset in minutes.

By default, the date picker will use the device's timezone. With this parameter, it is possible to force a certain timezone offset. For instance, to show times in Pacific Standard Time, pass -7 * 60.

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