MaterialDateRangePicker

Material Date and Time Picker with Range Selection

Credits to the original amazing material date picker library by wdullaer - https://github.com/wdullaer/MaterialDateTimePicker

Adding to your project

Add the jcenter repository information in your build.gradle file like this

repositories {
  jcenter()
}


dependencies {
  implementation 'com.borax12.materialdaterangepicker:library:2.0'
}

Beginning Version 2.0 now also available on Maven Central

Date Selection

Time Selection

Support for Android 4.0 and up.

From the original library documentation -

You may also add the library as an Android Library to your project. All the library files live in library.

Using the Pickers

  1. Implement an OnDateSetListener or OnTimeSetListener
  2. Create a ``DatePickerDialog` using the supplied factory

Implement an OnDateSetListener

In order to receive the date set in the picker, you will need to implement the OnDateSetListener interfaces. Typically this will be the Activity or Fragment that creates the Pickers.

or

Implement an OnTimeSetListener

In order to receive the time set in the picker, you will need to implement the OnTimeSetListener interfaces. Typically this will be the Activity or Fragment that creates the Pickers.

//new onDateSet
@Override
public void onDateSet(DatePickerDialog view, int year, int monthOfYear, int dayOfMonth,int yearEnd, int monthOfYearEnd, int dayOfMonthEnd) {

}

@Override
public void onTimeSet(DatePickerDialog view, int year, int monthOfYear, int dayOfMonth,int yearEnd, int monthOfYearEnd, int dayOfMonthEnd) {
        String hourString = hourOfDay < 10 ? "0"+hourOfDay : ""+hourOfDay;
        String minuteString = minute < 10 ? "0"+minute : ""+minute;
        String hourStringEnd = hourOfDayEnd < 10 ? "0"+hourOfDayEnd : ""+hourOfDayEnd;
        String minuteStringEnd = minuteEnd < 10 ? "0"+minuteEnd : ""+minuteEnd;
        String time = "You picked the following time: From - "+hourString+"h"+minuteString+" To - "+hourStringEnd+"h"+minuteStringEnd;

        timeTextView.setText(time);

}

Create a DatePickerDialog` using the supplied factory

You will need to create a new instance of DatePickerDialog using the static newInstance() method, supplying proper default values and a callback. Once the dialogs are configured, you can call show().

Calendar now = Calendar.getInstance();
DatePickerDialog dpd = DatePickerDialog.newInstance(
  MainActivity.this,
  now.get(Calendar.YEAR),
  now.get(Calendar.MONTH),
  now.get(Calendar.DAY_OF_MONTH)
);
dpd.show(getFragmentManager(), "Datepickerdialog");

Create a TimePickerDialog` using the supplied factory

You will need to create a new instance of TimePickerDialog using the static newInstance() method, supplying proper default values and a callback. Once the dialogs are configured, you can call show().

Calendar now = Calendar.getInstance();
TimePickerDialog tpd = TimePickerDialog.newInstance(
                        MainActivity.this,
                        now.get(Calendar.HOUR_OF_DAY),
                        now.get(Calendar.MINUTE),
                        false
                );
tpd.show(getFragmentManager(), "Timepickerdialog");

For other documentation regarding theming , handling orientation changes , and callbacks - check out the original documentation - https://github.com/wdullaer/MaterialDateTimePicker