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Date Range Picker ⚡️

Date pickers let the user select a range of dates.

⚠️ Premium component

The date range picker is intended for Material-UI X, a commercial set of advanced components built on top of the community edition (MIT license) of Material-UI.

This paid extension will include more advanced components (rich data grid, date range picker, tree view drag & drop, etc.). Early access starts at an affordable price.

The date range pickers let the user select a range of dates.

Requirements

This component relies on the date management library of your choice. It supports date-fns, luxon, dayjs, moment and any other library via a public dateAdapter interface.

Please install any of these libraries and set up the right date engine by wrapping your root (or the highest level you wish the pickers to be available) with LocalizationProvider:

// or @material-ui/lab/dateAdapter/{dayjs,luxon,moment} or any valid date-io adapter
import DateFnsAdapter from '@material-ui/lab/AdapterDateFns';
import LocalizationProvider from '@material-ui/lab/LocalizationProvider';

function App() {
  return (
    <LocalizationProvider dateAdapter={DateFnsAdapter}>...</LocalizationProvider>
  );
}

Basic usage

Note that you can pass almost any prop from DatePicker.

mm/dd/yyyy

to

mm/dd/yyyy

Responsiveness

The date range picker component is designed to be optimized for the device it runs on.

  • The "Mobile" version works best for touch devices and small screens.
  • The "Desktop" version works best for mouse devices and large screens.

By default, the DateRangePicker component uses a @media (pointer: fine) media query to determine which version to use. This can be customized with the desktopModeMediaQuery prop.

mm/dd/yyyy

to

mm/dd/yyyy

mm/dd/yyyy

to

mm/dd/yyyy

Different number of months

Note that the calendars prop only works in desktop mode.

1 calendar

mm/dd/yyyy

to

mm/dd/yyyy

2 calendars

mm/dd/yyyy

to

mm/dd/yyyy

3 calendars

mm/dd/yyyy

to

mm/dd/yyyy

Disabling dates

Disabling dates behaves the same as the simple DatePicker.

mm/dd/yyyy

to

mm/dd/yyyy

Custom input component

You can customize the rendered input with the renderInput prop. For DateRangePicker it takes 2 parameters – for start and end input respectively. If you need to render custom inputs make sure to spread ref and inputProps correctly to the input components.

<LocalizationProvider dateAdapter={AdapterDateFns}>
  <DateRangePicker
    label="Advanced keyboard"
    value={selectedDate}
    onChange={(date) => handleDateChange(date)}
    renderInput={(startProps, endProps) => (
      <React.Fragment>
        <input ref={startProps.inputRef} {...startProps.inputProps} />
        <input ref={endProps.inputRef} {...endProps.inputProps} />
      </React.Fragment>
    )}
  />
</LocalizationProvider>

Static mode

It is possible to render any picker without a modal or popper. For this use StaticDateRangePicker.

November 2020
December 2020
<LocalizationProvider dateAdapter={AdapterDateFns}>
  <StaticDateRangePicker
    displayStaticWrapperAs="desktop"
    value={value}
    onChange={(newValue) => {
      setValue(newValue);
    }}
    renderInput={(startProps, endProps) => (
      <React.Fragment>
        <TextField {...startProps} variant="standard" />
        <DateRangeDelimiter> to </DateRangeDelimiter>
        <TextField {...endProps} variant="standard" />
      </React.Fragment>
    )}
  />
</LocalizationProvider>