TimesSquare for Android
Standalone Android widget for picking a single date from a calendar view.
CalendarPickerView in your layout XML.
<com.squareup.timessquare.CalendarPickerView android:id="@+id/calendar_view" android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="match_parent" />
This is a fairly large control so it is wise to give it ample space in your layout. On small devices it is recommended to use a dialog, full-screen fragment, or dedicated activity. On larger devices like tablets, displaying full-screen is not recommended. A fragment occupying part of the layout or a dialog is a better choice.
onCreate of your activity/dialog or the
onCreateView of your fragment, initialize the
view with a range of valid dates as well as the currently selected date.
Calendar nextYear = Calendar.getInstance(); nextYear.add(Calendar.YEAR, 1); CalendarPickerView calendar = (CalendarPickerView) findViewById(R.id.calendar_view); calendar.init(new Date(), new Date(), nextYear.getTime());
To retrieve the currently selected date, call
getSelectedDate() on the view.
The latest version can be downloaded in zip and referenced by your application as a library project.
You can also depend on the library through Maven:
<dependency> <groupId>com.squareup</groupId> <artifactId>android-times-square</artifactId> <version>(insert latest version)</version> <type>apklib</type> </dependency>
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