- Part 1 – Overview
- Part 2 – the Label
- Part 3 – the Source Code
- Part 4 – the Partial View
- Part 5 – the Required Field Indicator
- Part 6 – the Performance
- Part 7 – the Performance Take 2
- Part 8 – the AutoForm
- Part 9 – override the default Date Time Picker
The user interface I came up with is a combination of the Jquery UI datepicker and a set of dropdowns to select the time. I trimmed down the minute select box so that it only contains fifteen minute increments for this example.
In order to implement this I added a call to the Partial( ) method and passed in the name of my opinion for how a datetime should be rendered.
The next step was to add a partial control with the same name to my Shared view folder. This could have been placed in the Home folder if I only wanted to have this input available for that controller.
The code for the Partial view looks like the following. The view page is strongly typed to a DateTime model property. Than comes some jquery to pull it all together.
I rendered a hidden field, this field will be used to databind when being posted back to my Save Action. The other elements I appended some fixed names so that I can wire up an event that updates the hidden field when any of the values of the dropdowns or the date pickker text box changes. I also write a dynamice method named after the input field in order to reduce the client side code.
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