Material-UI Pickers

Getting started with Material-UI Pickers

Material-UI Pickers

by John Vincent


Posted on May 29, 2018



This article describes basic usage of Material-UI Pickers.

General

Material-UI

Material-UI Pickers

Pickers

Install the package

npm i material-ui-pickers --save

Date and Time Pickers

An example of using the DateTime Picker using the Moment package.

import React, { PureComponent } from 'react';
import PropTypes from 'prop-types';

import Moment from 'moment';

import MomentUtils from 'material-ui-pickers/utils/moment-utils';

import MuiPickersUtilsProvider from 'material-ui-pickers/utils/MuiPickersUtilsProvider';
import DateTimePicker from 'material-ui-pickers/DateTimePicker';

class TaskDateTimePicker extends PureComponent {
	constructor(props) {
		super(props);
		this.state = {
			selectedMoment: this.props.value
		};
	}

	handleDateChange = moment => {
		this.setState({ selectedMoment: moment });
		this.props.onSubmit(moment);
	};

	render() {
		return (
			<MuiPickersUtilsProvider utils={MomentUtils}>
				<DateTimePicker value={this.state.selectedMoment} onChange={this.handleDateChange} />
			</MuiPickersUtilsProvider>
		);
	}
}

TaskDateTimePicker.propTypes = {
	value: PropTypes.instanceOf(Moment),
	onSubmit: PropTypes.func.isRequired
};

TaskDateTimePicker.defaultProps = {
	value: null
};

export default TaskDateTimePicker;

called by

import React from 'react';
import PropTypes from 'prop-types';

import { TaskDateTimePicker } from './';

handleEndDate = moment => {
	this.setState({
		workingEnd: moment
	});
};

<FormControl className={classes.FormControl}>
	<InputLabel>Due Date</InputLabel>
	<TaskDateTimePicker value={this.state.workingEnd} onSubmit={this.handleEndDate} />
</FormControl>