AJAX/DHTML date picker that doesn't suck
January 4, 2007 2:07 PM Subscribe
I'm looking for a lightweight, reusable, "server neutral", DHTML/AJAX style date-picker calendar widget without any Internet Explorer memory leaks. Not looking like ass is a plus. Free is great, reasonably priced is fine. Does anyone have a favorite?
posted by alan to computers & internet (8 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
To give you an idea what I'm looking for, here are a few I've rejected.
1. YUI Calendar
. Well engineered, but 83 KB of code is a little too heavy.
2. Frequency Decoder Unobstrusive Date-Picker
. Very slick, but has a ton of IE memory leaks, and with 61 KB of code we're still a little heavy.
. Heavy, and it's a bit pricey for an unrestricted licesnse.
. No built in "pop-up" support, it's a bit pricey for an unrestricted licesnse, and on the edge of "heaviness" (about 40kb - 80kb, depending on how you implement things)
Thanks in advance!