What time is it?
Qcodo includes several different QControls that assist with user input of dates and datetimes.
Note that beginning with Qcodo 0.3.39
, the original QCalendar
(which popped up a calendar in a new window) has been renamed QCalendarPopup
is the "default" control, in that the templates for MetaControls for tables with date
or datetime columns will, by default, generate QDateTimePicker
instances. While not "sexy" or glamourous by
any stretch of the imagination, it offers an immense amount of utility, in that it allows for very distinct
control over date, time and datetime components. By contrast, the DHTML-based QCalendar
control offers, by definition,
no support for any time-based component.
allows for textbox-based input of date and datetime values, utilizing QDateTime's constructor
to parse a wide number of date and datetime formats.
And finally, QCalendar
are visual calendar controls to assist with date picking. As the naming
will popup a calendar in a new window, while QCalendar
is a DHTML-based calendar widget
a "linked" QDateTimeTextbox control.