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A free version of Java Date Picker for non-commercial usage.

 
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Java Date Picker v2.1.0 Released
Starting with this release, a free, fully functional version that can be used in non-commercial applications will be available. The only difference between this version and the commercial one is a small text, displayed on the MonthView component, saying javadatepicker.com.
Java Date Picker is a Swing component that displays date information and acts as an interface through which users can modify date information. Some of its key features are:

* Resembles to the Microsoft Date Picker that is used in Outlook or MS-Access thus keeping the same feeling for users when moving to Java applications
* Built like any other standard Swing component with data and selection models thus enabling the developers to have greater control over it
* Supports internationalization in order to be used for various languages and regions
* Can restrict dates to keep users from making mistakes
* It comes with a month viewer to make it easy for users to view and set date information via a calendar-like interface
* Has simple customisation (colors, font) for a pleasant user experience
* We offer free email support for three months to help you get the most out of the product
* We offer free major upgrades for three months in order to keep you up with the latest version
Download the free version from http://www.javadatepicker.com/demo.html.
 
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