ShieldUI Releases a Set of jQuery Date and Time Picker Widgets

ShieldUI, a premium UI component vendor has just announced the release of several new widgets that facilitate handling of date and time user input and visualization. The five new widgets, based on jQuery – Calendar, DatePicker, TimePicker, MonthYearPicker and DateTimePicker are part of their ShieldUI JavaScript Framework.

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Seattle, USA (PRWEB) June 10, 2014

ShieldUI, a premium UI component vendor has just announced the release of several new widgets that facilitate handling of date and time user input and visualization. The five new widgets, based on jQuery – Calendar, DatePicker, TimePicker, MonthYearPicker and DateTimePicker are part of their ShieldUI JavaScript Framework. ShieldUI's full-featured library also includes a set of rich data visualization components like charts, qrcode and barcodes, a flexible grid control and many other user interface widgets.

The new Calendar widget is a fancy UI component for rendering a standard monthly calendar showing the days in a given month, grouped by weeks. The DatePicker widget uses a calendar to help the user choose a specific date, represented by a year, month and a day. The MonthYearPicker can be used where the selection of only the month and year parts of a date are required. The TimePicker is there to assist the user in choosing a specific time from a pre-defined set of times in the day, while the DateTimePicker allows one to specify both a full date and a time to be held by a single input.

The date and time controls offered by ShieldUI support localization – changing the current culture in order to translate strings like months and days to a specific language and format, allowing support for multicultural audiences. The widgets also offer a rich API, which includes complex configuration options and various public methods and events for run-time customization and management. All components come with a set of pre-defined themes, ensuring consistent look between all controls on a web page.

The ShieldUI JavaScript Framework also includes many other UI widgets that are worth taking a look at. Their Chart widget supports 23 different chart types and by combining it with the powerful Grid, one can setup a complex dashboard web application in no time. Components like the AutoComplete, the editable ComboBox and the NumericTextBox provide the functionality and flexibility still missing from HTML and can be seamlessly integrated in existing web pages. Another great thing about ShieldUI is that their components work in all web browsers and platforms – early versions of Internet Explorer or the latest mobile devices will smoothly render and support all of the functionality provided by the framework.


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