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ReactJS Time-Picker

React itself does not come with a built-in time picker component like it does with other form elements like input fields and checkboxes. However, you can easily implement a time picker in React using various third-party libraries. One popular choice is the react-time-picker library. Keep in mind that there might be newer libraries available beyond my last update, so I recommend checking the latest options on platforms like npm.

Here’s an example of how you might use the react-time-picker library:

  1. Install the library:

You can install the react-time-picker library using npm or yarn:

Bash
npm install react-time-picker
  1. Use the TimePicker component in your React code:
TypeScript
import React, { useState } from 'react';
import TimePicker from 'react-time-picker';

function App() {
  const [selectedTime, setSelectedTime] = useState('10:00');

  const handleTimeChange = (newTime) => {
    setSelectedTime(newTime);
  };

  return (
    <div className="App">
      <h1>Time Picker Example</h1>
      <TimePicker
        onChange={handleTimeChange}
        value={selectedTime}
      />
      <p>Selected time: {selectedTime}</p>
    </div>
  );
}

export default App;

In this example, the TimePicker component is imported from the react-time-picker library. It takes in an onChange handler to update the selected time and a value prop to display the current time.

Remember to style the TimePicker component to match the styling of your application.

Please note that the library landscape can change quickly in the world of web development, so I recommend checking for any updates or newer alternatives in case there are more suitable options available now.

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