The ComponentOne Calendar for ASP.NET MVC displays one or more months and allows users to select a date or date range.
Quickly Jump to Any Date
The ASP.NET MVC Calendar has drop-down month and year menus, and a today button, so users can efficiently navigate to any date.
Validate the Selected Dates
Manage the values that users can select from the calendar control. For example, you can prevent the user from selecting weekends.
You can display multiple months in the ASP.NET MVC Calendar control. This is useful for selecting a date range that spans multiple months, such as a flight or hotel reservation. Or, you can configure the control to display a single month.
You can restrict the minimum and maximum dates that can be selected, as well as, the number of dates (range) that can be selected.
The ASP.NET MVC Calendar control has a built-in validator that lets you control the type of data or the value that users can select from the calendar control. All you need to do is create a validation function, to allow or restrict the selection of dates by the user. For example, use the Item Validator function to prevent users from selecting Saturdays and Sundays in the calendar control. This kind of validation is useful while planning your work sprints, workout days or diet plan.