Last post Aug 02, 2012 12:32 AM by Schwimms
Apr 10, 2009 09:41 AM|Mike Bell|LINK
I know there are a ton of datepickers out there (nice ones!) but they didn't do what I needed them to do for time awhile back so I built one and offer it for free. It's located here:
Mike's TimePicker Control
Just let me know if you experience any problems with it!
ASP.NET Time Picker Control
Apr 10, 2009 11:26 AM|Danny117|LINK
That's an awesome Control. I'm working on intergrating it on my website [;)]
Apr 10, 2009 11:49 AM|Mike Bell|LINK
Thanks! I couldn't seem to duplicate the problem you mentioned a bit ago. I sent you an email about it though....
Apr 12, 2009 12:11 PM|TATWORTH|LINK
Please consider putting your control on
This is an excellent central site for free software.
Apr 28, 2009 01:11 PM|Mike Bell|LINK
I took your advice and posted it there!
.NET Time Picker Control
Jun 28, 2009 11:44 PM|KeyurN|LINK
These are the gr8 help for timepicker controls.
Hey Mike these are the free control or not.
I will have to integrate in my application.
after some time there is any need to licnasing the Timepocker.
please inform me.
Jun 29, 2009 12:49 AM|TATWORTH|LINK
The licence for the timepicker is GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2)
AFAIK GPL allows you to use the code in an open source project whereas LGPL allows use in both open source and commercial projects. Is your project, GPL or LGPL?
If LGPL, then I suggest that you contact the author to make timepicker available under LGPL.
Jun 29, 2009 01:13 AM|KeyurN|LINK
My query is this the free control??
so no need to register it or licansing it right..
so i am free to use in my application.
Jun 29, 2009 03:49 AM|TATWORTH|LINK
>so no need to register it or licensing it right.
Certainly no need to register or licence!
so I am free to use in my application
If your application is only ever for use on your own PC, then you are covered.
If your application gets released under it must be under GPL (effectively free to use for non-commercial applications)
If your application is to be used commericially, then you should ask for the time picker to be released under LGPL which while allowing free copying also allows free commerical use. I use LGPL for my licensing rather than GPL as I wish to use certain software
that I have written at client sites.
Jul 01, 2009 01:40 AM|KeyurN|LINK
Yes , i Have to use in my business application,which are going for the live projects.so wat can i do.
Jul 01, 2009 02:53 AM|TATWORTH|LINK
Yes , I have to use in my business application,which are going for the live projects.so what can I do.
You need to contact the author via their web site.
Sep 12, 2010 02:30 PM|mitja.GTI|LINK
I'm trying to use it with .NET 4.0 and i can't get any property to work :S
Sep 13, 2010 07:08 AM|TATWORTH|LINK
>I'm trying to use it with .NET 4.0 and i can't get any property to work :S
I suggest that you contact the authors via their web site and offer to do a Dot Net 4.0 port.
Oct 08, 2010 06:10 AM|mazharuddinsyed|LINK
How to get the value from this control
Feb 04, 2011 05:07 AM|sagar11188|LINK
thats cool control.good job sir.
Aug 02, 2012 12:32 AM|Schwimms|LINK
In case you want to know how to get the time selected in code behind you can do:
Dim Timeselected as string
Dim ap As String
If TimeSelector.AmPm = 0 Then
ap = "AM"
ap = "PM"
Dim min As String
If TimeSelector.Minute < 10 Then
min = "0" & TimeSelector.Minute
min = TimeSelector.Minute
Timeselected = TimeSelector.Hour & ":" & min & " " & ap
There may be an easier way just no documentation....