|ReleasedLast Release||Aug 2015|
Maintained by Jerome Miglino.
PDTSimpleCalendar is a very simple calendar/date picker component for your iOS apps based on UICollectionView.
You should read the Release Notes when you upgrade to a newer version.
If you don't like cocoapods or Carthage or Cocoapods-Rome, you can still import it using
git submodule or simply copy/paste all the source files in
PDTSimpleCalendar to your project.
firstDate: When the calendar must starts. If you don't specify anything, it will default to the first day of the current month (based on
[NSDate date]). If
firstDateis not the 1st of the month, the calendar will display the full month, but dates <
firstDatewill be disabled.
lastDate: When the calendar must ends. If you don't specify anything, it will default to the last day of the next year (based on
lastDateis not the last day of the month, the calendar will display the full month, but dates >
lastDatewill be disabled.
calendar: Which calendar to use for display and date calculations. You can set any calendar supported by
NSCalendar. the default value will be
weekdayHeaderEnabled: If enabled, add an extra header on top of the calendar with the days of the week. Default is NO.
weekdayTextType: If weekday header is enabled, you can customize the format of the label. (Short (3 letters), VeryShort (1 letter), StandAlone (Full name of the day))
You can change the display of the calendar using
overlayTextColor properties on
Other colors can be set using UIAppearance on
[[PDTSimpleCalendarViewCell appearance] setCircleDefaultColor:[UIColor whiteColor]]; [[PDTSimpleCalendarViewCell appearance] setCircleSelectedColor:[UIColor orangeColor]]; [[PDTSimpleCalendarViewCell appearance] setCircleTodayColor:[UIColor blueColor]]; [[PDTSimpleCalendarViewCell appearance] setTextDefaultColor:[UIColor redColor]]; [[PDTSimpleCalendarViewCell appearance] setTextSelectedColor:[UIColor purpleColor]]; [[PDTSimpleCalendarViewCell appearance] setTextTodayColor:[UIColor magentaColor]]; [[PDTSimpleCalendarViewCell appearance] setTextDisabledColor:[UIColor yellowColor]]; [[PDTSimpleCalendarViewHeader appearance] setTextColor:[UIColor redColor]]; [[PDTSimpleCalendarViewHeader appearance] setSeparatorColor:[UIColor orangeColor]]; [[PDTSimpleCalendarViewWeekdayHeader appearance] setHeaderBackgroundColor:[UIColor lightGrayColor]]; [[PDTSimpleCalendarViewWeekdayHeader appearance] setTextColor:[UIColor orangeColor]];
See the Demo for the full API and even more customization.
Here is how it looks in the Producteev app:
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