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Programming language: JavaScript
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Latest version: v1.0.1

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A date library agnostic React component for choosing dates and date ranges. Uses date-fns for date operations.

Why should you use react-date-range?

  • Stateless date operations
  • Highly configurable
  • Multiple range selection
  • Based on native js dates
  • Drag n Drop selection
  • Keyboard friendly

Live Demo : http://hypeserver.github.io/react-date-range

Getting Started


npm install --save react-date-range

This plugin expects react and date-fns as peerDependencies, It means that you need to install them in your project folder.

npm install --save react date-fns


You need to import skeleton and theme styles first.

import 'react-date-range/dist/styles.css'; // main style file
import 'react-date-range/dist/theme/default.css'; // theme css file


import { Calendar } from 'react-date-range';

class MyComponent extends Component {
    console.log(date); // native Date object
    return (
        date={new Date()}

DateRangePicker / DateRange

import { DateRangePicker } from 'react-date-range';

class MyComponent extends Component {
    // {
    //   selection: {
    //     startDate: [native Date Object],
    //     endDate: [native Date Object],
    //   }
    // }
    const selectionRange = {
      startDate: new Date(),
      endDate: new Date(),
      key: 'selection',
    return (


Property type Default Value Description
locale Object enUS from locale you can view full list from here. Locales directly exported from date-fns/locales.
className String wrapper classname
months Number 1 rendered month count
showSelectionPreview Boolean true show preview on focused/hovered dates
showMonthAndYearPickers Boolean true show select tags for month and year on calendar top, if false it will just display the month and year
rangeColors String[] defines color for selection preview.
shownDate Date initial focus date
minDate Date defines minimum date. Disabled earlier dates
maxDate Date defines maximum date. Disabled later dates
direction String 'vertical' direction of calendar months. can be vertical or horizontal
disabledDates Date[] [] dates that are disabled
disabledDay Func predicate function that disable day fn(date: Date)
scroll Object { enabled: false } infinite scroll behaviour configuration. Check out Infinite Scroll section
showMonthArrow Boolean true show/hide month arrow button
navigatorRenderer Func renderer for focused date navigation area. fn(currentFocusedDate: Date, changeShownDate: func, props: object)
ranges *Object[] [] Defines ranges. array of range object
moveRangeOnFirstSelection(DateRange) Boolean false move range on startDate selection. Otherwise endDate will replace with startDate.
onChange(Calendar) Func callback function for date changes. fn(date: Date)
onChange(DateRange) Func callback function for range changes. fn(changes). changes contains changed ranges with new startDate/endDate properties.
color(Calendar) String #3d91ff defines color for selected date in Calendar
date(Calendar) Date date value for Calendar
showDateDisplay(DateRange) Boolean true show/hide selection display row. Uses dateDisplayFormat for formatter
onShownDateChange(DateRange,Calendar) Function Callback function that is called when the shown date changes
initialFocusedRange(DateRange) Object Initial value for focused range. See focusedRange for usage.
focusedRange(DateRange) Object It defines which range and step are focused. Common initial value is [0, 0]; first value is index of ranges, second one is which step on date range(startDate or endDate).
onRangeFocusChange(DateRange) Object Callback function for focus changes
preview(DateRange) Object displays a preview range and overwrite DateRange's default preview. Expected shape: { startDate: Date, endDate: Date, color: String }
showPreview(DateRange) bool true visibility of preview
editableDateInputs(Calendar) bool false whether dates can be edited in the Calendar's input fields
dragSelectionEnabled(Calendar) bool true whether dates can be selected via drag n drop
onPreviewChange(DateRange) Object Callback function for preview changes
dateDisplayFormat String MMM d, yyyy selected range preview formatter. Check out date-fns's format option
dayDisplayFormat String d selected range preview formatter. Check out date-fns's format option
weekdayDisplayFormat String E selected range preview formatter. Check out date-fns's format option
monthDisplayFormat String MMM yyyy selected range preview formatter. Check out date-fns's format option
weekStartsOn Number Whether the week start day that comes from the locale will be overriden. Default value comes from your locale, if no local is specified, note that default locale is enUS
startDatePlaceholder String Early Start Date Placeholder
endDatePlaceholder String Continuous End Date Placeholder
fixedHeight Boolean false Since some months require less than 6 lines to show, by setting this prop, you can force 6 lines for all months.
renderStaticRangeLabel(DefinedRange) Function Callback function to be triggered for the static range configurations that have hasCustomRendering: true on them. Instead of rendering staticRange.label, return value of this callback will be rendered.
staticRanges(DefinedRange, DateRangePicker) Array default preDefined ranges -
inputRanges(DefinedRange, DateRangePicker) Array default input ranges -

*shape of range:

    startDate: PropTypes.object,
    endDate: PropTypes.object,
    color: PropTypes.string,
    key: PropTypes.string,
    autoFocus: PropTypes.bool,
    disabled: PropTypes.bool,
    showDateDisplay: PropTypes.bool,

Infinite Scrolled Mode

To enable infinite scroll set scroll={{enabled: true}} basically. Infinite scroll feature is affected by direction(rendering direction for months) and months(for rendered months count) props directly. If you prefer, you can overwrite calendar sizes with calendarWidth/calendarHeight or each month's height/withs with monthWidth/monthHeight/longMonthHeight at scroll prop.

  // shape of scroll prop
  scroll: {
    enabled: PropTypes.bool,
    monthHeight: PropTypes.number,
    longMonthHeight: PropTypes.number, // some months has 1 more row than others
    monthWidth: PropTypes.number, // just used when direction="horizontal"
    calendarWidth: PropTypes.number, // defaults monthWidth * months
    calendarHeight: PropTypes.number, // defaults monthHeight * months


  • Make mobile friendly (integrate tap and swipe actions)
  • Add complex booking customization example with exposed dayRenderer prop
  • Add tests
  • Improve documentation