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Java Date Picker v2.2.0 Released

 
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Stand By Soft, Ltd. just released Java Date Picker 2.2, a suite of Microsoft like Swing components capable of powerful date selection operations.
The dates available for selection can be restricted according to a specified pattern. Users can also do single or multiple date selection. So far, the available components are a one month calendar and an editable date picker. The components can be internationalized and have support for mouse and keyboard.
This new version features an improved date selection mechanism and a new tutorial with detailed examples.
* Improved date selection mechanism to support minimum and maximum allowed dates.
* Improved date picker built-in editor. It acts like a masked edit control where each field of the date can be edited.
* Improved date picker to support calendar customization.
* New tutorial with detailed examples.
For additional information or the free version, please visit http://www.javadatepicker.com.
 
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