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Date / Time pickers

Date pickers and Time pickers allow selecting a single value from a pre-determined set.

  • On mobile, pickers are best suited for display in a confirmation dialog.
  • For inline display, such as on a form, consider using compact controls such as segmented dropdown buttons.

React components


You need to provide a date-library that is used by the pickers by setting the dateAdapter to an adapter of your choosing.

We currently support 4 different date-libraries:

If you need to use js-joda, date-fns-jalali, jalaali, or hijri library, you should be able to find the corresponding date-library from @date-io.

First you have to install the adapter package for the date-library you want to use:

// date-fns
npm install @date-io/date-fns
// or for Day.js
npm install @date-io/dayjs
// or for Luxon
npm install @date-io/luxon
// or for Moment.js
npm install @date-io/moment

Then you have to set the dateAdapter prop of the LocalizationProvider accordingly:

// date-fns
import { AdapterDateFns } from '@mui/x-date-pickers/AdapterDateFns';
// or for Day.js
import { AdapterDayjs } from '@mui/x-date-pickers/AdapterDayjs';
// or for Luxon
import { AdapterLuxon } from '@mui/x-date-pickers/AdapterLuxon';
// or for Moment.js
import { AdapterMoment } from '@mui/x-date-pickers/AdapterMoment';

function App({ children }) {
  return (
    <LocalizationProvider dateAdapter={AdapterDateFns}>

Native pickers

⚠️ Native input controls support by browsers isn't perfect.

Native date (type="date"), time (type="time") and date&time (type="datetime-local") pickers.