integrate antd time picker

How can I set value from antd TimePicker to the corresponding Form.Item value?
43 Replies
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Hi @amvdxc. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- To integrate the Ant Design TimePicker with a Form.Item in refine and set its value correctly, you can use the onChange handler to capture the time value and set it to the desired format. Here is a step-by-step guide based on the provided knowledge sources: 1. Install Dependencies: Ensure you have the necessary dependencies installed. Refine uses DayJs for date manipulation. 2. Create the TimePicker Component: Use the TimePicker component from Ant Design within a Form.Item. 3. Handle the onChange Event: Capture the time value using the onChange event and format it as needed. Here is an example code snippet to achieve this:
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// timeString is the value you need
// grab it and set it to whatever data model you want
};

const Example: React.FC = () => (
<Form>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker onChange={onChange} defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')} />
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// timeString is the value you need
// grab it and set it to whatever data model you want
};

const Example: React.FC = () => (
<Form>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker onChange={onChange} defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')} />
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);

export default Example;
Explanation: - TimePicker Component: The TimePicker component is used within a Form.Item. - onChange Handler: The onChange handler captures the selected time and its string representation. The timeString is the formatted time value you need. - Default Value: The defaultOpenValue is set using DayJs to ensure the picker opens with a default time. References: - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) This approach ensures that the time value is correctly captured and formatted for further use, such as updating a database. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai using the onchange handler as you suggested results in the error date4.isValid is not a function. How should I handle this error?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To handle the error date4.isValid is not a function when using the onChange handler with Ant Design's TimePicker, you need to ensure that the time value is correctly managed and formatted. This error typically occurs when the value passed to the TimePicker is not in the expected format. Here is an updated approach to handle the onChange event and ensure the value is correctly set: 1. Ensure Correct Import of DayJs: Make sure you are importing DayJs correctly and using it to format the time value. 2. Update the onChange Handler: Use DayJs to format the time value correctly. Here is the revised code snippet:
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker onChange={onChange} defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')} />
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker onChange={onChange} defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')} />
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
Explanation: - Form Instance: Use Form.useForm() to create a form instance. - onChange Handler: The onChange handler captures the selected time and its string representation. The timeString is then set to the form item using form.setFieldsValue. - Default Value: The defaultOpenValue is set using DayJs to ensure the picker opens with a default time. References: - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) This approach ensures that the time value is correctly captured, formatted, and set to the form item, avoiding the date4.isValid is not a function error. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai I already tried that and it results in the same error.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To handle the error date4.isValid is not a function when using the onChange handler with Ant Design's TimePicker, you need to ensure that the time value is correctly managed and formatted. This error typically occurs when the value passed to the TimePicker is not in the expected format. Here is an updated approach to handle the onChange event and ensure the value is correctly set: 1. Ensure Correct Import of DayJs: Make sure you are importing DayJs correctly and using it to format the time value. 2. Update the onChange Handler: Use DayJs to format the time value correctly. Here is the revised code snippet:
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker onChange={onChange} defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')} />
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker onChange={onChange} defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')} />
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
Explanation: - Form Instance: Use Form.useForm() to create a form instance. - onChange Handler: The onChange handler captures the selected time and its string representation. The timeString is then set to the form item using form.setFieldsValue. - Default Value: The defaultOpenValue is set using DayJs to ensure the picker opens with a default time. References: - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) This approach ensures that the time value is correctly captured, formatted, and set to the form item, avoiding the date4.isValid is not a function error. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai what time format does Refine expect in this case?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Refine does not impose a specific time format for the TimePicker component. However, when working with Ant Design's TimePicker and DayJs, it's important to ensure that the time format is consistent and correctly handled. Time Format Handling Ant Design's TimePicker typically works with time values in the format of HH:mm:ss. When using DayJs, you can format and parse time values accordingly. Example Code Here is an example of how to handle the time format correctly using DayJs and Ant Design's TimePicker:
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onChange}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onChange}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
Explanation - Time Format: The format prop of the TimePicker is set to "HH:mm:ss" to ensure the time is displayed and handled in the correct format. - DayJs: The defaultOpenValue is set using DayJs to ensure the picker opens with a default time in the correct format. - onChange Handler: The onChange handler captures the selected time and its string representation. The timeString is then set to the form item using form.setFieldsValue. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) By ensuring the time format is consistent and correctly handled, you can avoid errors and ensure the TimePicker works seamlessly with Refine. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai that is how I have it implemented already, it still doesn't work and still returns the same error.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To address the error date4.isValid is not a function when using the TimePicker with Ant Design and Refine, it seems there might be an issue with how the date library (DayJs) is being used or integrated. Here are some steps and considerations to ensure proper integration: Steps to Ensure Proper Integration 1. Ensure Correct Import of DayJs: Make sure DayJs is correctly imported and used in your project. 2. Check Peer Dependencies: Ensure that DayJs is listed as a peer dependency if you are using it extensively for date manipulation. 3. Use DayJs for Default Value and Formatting: Ensure that DayJs is used for setting default values and formatting times. Example Code Here is a refined example to ensure proper handling of the TimePicker component:
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onChange}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onChange}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
Additional Considerations - Check DayJs Installation: Ensure that DayJs is properly installed and imported in your project. - Verify Ant Design Version: Ensure that you are using a compatible version of Ant Design that works well with DayJs. - Debugging: Add console logs or breakpoints to verify the values being passed to the TimePicker and ensure they are in the correct format. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) If the issue persists, it might be helpful to check for any conflicts or issues in the project setup, such as mismatched versions of dependencies or incorrect configurations. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire2mo ago
what does antd time picker use for date formatting support under the hood? @kapa.ai analyze my last comment
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Based on your last comment, it seems that the provided solution still results in the error date4.isValid is not a function. This indicates that there might be an issue with how the date library (DayJs) is being used or integrated. Steps to Troubleshoot 1. Ensure Correct Import of DayJs: Verify that DayJs is correctly imported and used in your project. 2. Check Peer Dependencies: Ensure that DayJs is listed as a peer dependency if you are using it extensively for date manipulation. 3. Use DayJs for Default Value and Formatting: Ensure that DayJs is used for setting default values and formatting times. Example Code Here is a refined example to ensure proper handling of the TimePicker component:
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onChange}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onChange}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
Additional Considerations - Check DayJs Installation: Ensure that DayJs is properly installed and imported in your project. - Verify Ant Design Version: Ensure that you are using a compatible version of Ant Design that works well with DayJs. - Debugging: Add console logs or breakpoints to verify the values being passed to the TimePicker and ensure they are in the correct format. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) If the issue persists, it might be helpful to check for any conflicts or issues in the project setup, such as mismatched versions of dependencies or incorrect configurations. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai what does antd time picker use for date formatting support under the hood?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Ant Design's TimePicker uses DayJs for date formatting support under the hood. This is particularly relevant when integrating with frameworks like Refine, which also utilize DayJs for date manipulation. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine DateField Documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/components/fields/date-field) Example Usage Here is an example of how to use TimePicker with DayJs for formatting:
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onChange}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onChange}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs('00:00:00', 'HH:mm:ss')}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
Explanation - DayJs: Ensure that DayJs is correctly imported and used for setting default values and formatting times. - TimePicker Component: The TimePicker component is used within a Form.Item. - onChange Handler: The onChange handler captures the selected time and its string representation. The timeString is then set to the form item using form.setFieldsValue. By ensuring the correct usage of DayJs for date formatting, you can avoid common issues and ensure seamless integration with Ant Design's TimePicker. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai how should I go about setting the value from the form item using time picker when using onFinish to set values on the form before submission?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To set the value from the TimePicker in a Form.Item and use onFinish to set values on the form before submission, you can follow these steps: 1. Use the onChange Handler: Capture the selected time and set it to the form state. 2. Use the onFinish Handler: Modify the form data before submitting it to the API. Here is an example of how to achieve this: Example Code
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

const onFinish = (values) => {
// Modify the form data before submitting
const modifiedValues = {
...values,
test: dayjs(values.test, "HH:mm:ss").format("HH:mm:ss"),
};
console.log("Modified Values:", modifiedValues);
// Submit the modified values
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={onFinish}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onChange}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onChange = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ test: timeString });
};

const onFinish = (values) => {
// Modify the form data before submitting
const modifiedValues = {
...values,
test: dayjs(values.test, "HH:mm:ss").format("HH:mm:ss"),
};
console.log("Modified Values:", modifiedValues);
// Submit the modified values
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={onFinish}>
<Form.Item
label="Test"
name="test"
rules={[
{
required: true,
},
]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onChange}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
Explanation - Form Instance: Use Form.useForm() to create a form instance. - onChange Handler: The onChange handler captures the selected time and its string representation. The timeString is then set to the form item using form.setFieldsValue. - onFinish Handler: The onFinish handler modifies the form data before submitting it to the API. In this example, it formats the time value using DayJs before logging or submitting it. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) By following these steps, you can ensure that the time value is correctly captured, formatted, and submitted, avoiding common issues and ensuring seamless integration with Ant Design's TimePicker. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai the error still occurs even when my onChange handler is written like:

const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {
const formattedTime = dayjs(time, "HH:mm:ss").format("HH:mm:ss");
createFormProps.form?.setFieldsValue({ startTime: formattedTime });
};

const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {
const formattedTime = dayjs(time, "HH:mm:ss").format("HH:mm:ss");
createFormProps.form?.setFieldsValue({ startTime: formattedTime });
};
what am I doing wrong?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- The error date4.isValid is not a function suggests that there might be an issue with how the dayjs object is being handled or passed around. Specifically, it seems that the time object being passed to dayjs might not be in the expected format. Steps to Resolve the Issue 1. Ensure Correct Handling of time Object: Verify that the time object passed to dayjs is valid and correctly formatted. 2. Directly Use timeString: Since timeString is already in the format HH:mm:ss, you can directly use it without reformatting it with dayjs. Example Code Here is an updated example that directly uses timeString:
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Directly use timeString as it is already in the correct format
form.setFieldsValue({ startTime: timeString });
};

const onFinish = (values) => {
console.log("Form Values:", values);
// Submit the form values
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={onFinish}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={[{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onTimeUpdate}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Directly use timeString as it is already in the correct format
form.setFieldsValue({ startTime: timeString });
};

const onFinish = (values) => {
console.log("Form Values:", values);
// Submit the form values
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={onFinish}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={[{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onTimeUpdate}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
Explanation - Direct Use of timeString: The timeString is already in the format HH:mm:ss, so it can be directly used to set the form value without additional formatting. - Form Handling: The onFinish handler logs the form values and can be used to submit the form data. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) By directly using timeString, you can avoid unnecessary formatting and potential issues with the dayjs object, ensuring that the TimePicker works seamlessly with the form. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai how can I extend TimePickerProps?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To extend TimePickerProps in Ant Design, you can create a custom component that extends the existing TimePicker component and its properties. This allows you to add additional functionality or customize the behavior of the TimePicker. Steps to Extend TimePickerProps 1. Import Necessary Modules: Import the required modules from Ant Design and React. 2. Create a Custom Component: Create a custom component that extends the TimePicker component. 3. Extend TimePickerProps: Define additional properties or methods as needed. Example Code Here is an example of how to extend TimePickerProps:
import React from "react";
import {{ TimePicker, TimePickerProps }} from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

// Define additional props
interface CustomTimePickerProps extends TimePickerProps {{
customProp?: string;
}}

const CustomTimePicker: React.FC<CustomTimePickerProps> = (props) => {{
const {{ customProp, ...restProps }} = props;

// Custom logic can be added here
console.log("Custom Prop:", customProp);

return <TimePicker {{...restProps}} />;
}};

const Example: React.FC = () => {{
const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {{
console.log(time, timeString);
}};

return (
<CustomTimePicker
onChange={{onTimeUpdate}}
defaultOpenValue={{dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}}
format="HH:mm:ss"
customProp="Custom Value"
/>
);
}};

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import {{ TimePicker, TimePickerProps }} from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

// Define additional props
interface CustomTimePickerProps extends TimePickerProps {{
customProp?: string;
}}

const CustomTimePicker: React.FC<CustomTimePickerProps> = (props) => {{
const {{ customProp, ...restProps }} = props;

// Custom logic can be added here
console.log("Custom Prop:", customProp);

return <TimePicker {{...restProps}} />;
}};

const Example: React.FC = () => {{
const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {{
console.log(time, timeString);
}};

return (
<CustomTimePicker
onChange={{onTimeUpdate}}
defaultOpenValue={{dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}}
format="HH:mm:ss"
customProp="Custom Value"
/>
);
}};

export default Example;
Explanation - Custom Props: The CustomTimePickerProps interface extends TimePickerProps and adds an optional customProp. - Custom Component: The CustomTimePicker component uses the extended props and includes custom logic (e.g., logging the custom prop). - Usage: The Example component demonstrates how to use the custom TimePicker with the extended properties. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) By extending TimePickerProps, you can customize the TimePicker component to fit your specific needs while maintaining the existing functionality provided by Ant Design. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai how can I extend TimePickerProps["onChange"] ?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To extend TimePickerProps["onChange"] in Ant Design, you can create a custom type that extends the existing onChange handler type. This allows you to add additional functionality or customize the behavior of the onChange handler. Steps to Extend TimePickerProps["onChange"] 1. Import Necessary Modules: Import the required modules from Ant Design and React. 2. Create a Custom Type: Define a custom type that extends TimePickerProps["onChange"]. 3. Use the Custom Type: Implement the custom onChange handler using the extended type. Example Code Here is an example of how to extend TimePickerProps["onChange"]:
import React from "react";
import {{ TimePicker, TimePickerProps, Form, Button }} from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

// Define a custom type that extends TimePickerProps["onChange"]
type CustomOnChange = (time: dayjs.Dayjs | null, timeString: string, additionalParam?: string) => void;

const Example: React.FC = () => {{
const [form] = Form.useForm();

// Implement the custom onChange handler
const onTimeUpdate: CustomOnChange = (time, timeString, additionalParam) => {{
console.log("Time:", time);
console.log("TimeString:", timeString);
console.log("Additional Param:", additionalParam);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({{ startTime: timeString }});
}};
return (
<Form form={{form}} onFinish={{(values) => console.log("Form Values:", values)}}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={{[{{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }}]}}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={(time, timeString) => onTimeUpdate(time, timeString, "Custom Value")}
defaultOpenValue={{dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
}};

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import {{ TimePicker, TimePickerProps, Form, Button }} from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

// Define a custom type that extends TimePickerProps["onChange"]
type CustomOnChange = (time: dayjs.Dayjs | null, timeString: string, additionalParam?: string) => void;

const Example: React.FC = () => {{
const [form] = Form.useForm();

// Implement the custom onChange handler
const onTimeUpdate: CustomOnChange = (time, timeString, additionalParam) => {{
console.log("Time:", time);
console.log("TimeString:", timeString);
console.log("Additional Param:", additionalParam);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({{ startTime: timeString }});
}};
return (
<Form form={{form}} onFinish={{(values) => console.log("Form Values:", values)}}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={{[{{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }}]}}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={(time, timeString) => onTimeUpdate(time, timeString, "Custom Value")}
defaultOpenValue={{dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
}};

export default Example;
Explanation - Custom Type: The CustomOnChange type extends TimePickerProps["onChange"] by adding an optional additionalParam. - Custom Handler: The onTimeUpdate function implements the custom onChange handler using the extended type. - Usage: The TimePicker component uses the custom onChange handler, passing an additional parameter. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) By extending TimePickerProps["onChange"], you can customize the onChange handler to fit your specific needs while maintaining the existing functionality provided by Ant Design. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai thank you that helped a lot
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- You're welcome! I'm glad that helped. If you have any more questions or need further assistance, feel free to ask. Here’s a summary of the solution: Extending TimePickerProps["onChange"] To extend TimePickerProps["onChange"] in Ant Design, you can create a custom type that extends the existing onChange handler type. This allows you to add additional functionality or customize the behavior of the onChange handler. Example Code
import React from "react";
import { TimePicker, TimePickerProps, Form, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

// Define a custom type that extends TimePickerProps["onChange"]
type CustomOnChange = (time: dayjs.Dayjs | null, timeString: string, additionalParam?: string) => void;

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

// Implement the custom onChange handler
const onTimeUpdate: CustomOnChange = (time, timeString, additionalParam) => {
console.log("Time:", time);
console.log("TimeString:", timeString);
console.log("Additional Param:", additionalParam);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ startTime: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={(values) => console.log("Form Values:", values)}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={[{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={(time, timeString) => onTimeUpdate(time, timeString, "Custom Value")}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
import React from "react";
import { TimePicker, TimePickerProps, Form, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

// Define a custom type that extends TimePickerProps["onChange"]
type CustomOnChange = (time: dayjs.Dayjs | null, timeString: string, additionalParam?: string) => void;

const Example: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

// Implement the custom onChange handler
const onTimeUpdate: CustomOnChange = (time, timeString, additionalParam) => {
console.log("Time:", time);
console.log("TimeString:", timeString);
console.log("Additional Param:", additionalParam);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ startTime: timeString });
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={(values) => console.log("Form Values:", values)}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={[{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={(time, timeString) => onTimeUpdate(time, timeString, "Custom Value")}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default Example;
Explanation - Custom Type: The CustomOnChange type extends TimePickerProps["onChange"] by adding an optional additionalParam. - Custom Handler: The onTimeUpdate function implements the custom onChange handler using the extended type. - Usage: The TimePicker component uses the custom onChange handler, passing an additional parameter. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) By extending TimePickerProps["onChange"], you can customize the onChange handler to fit your specific needs while maintaining the existing functionality provided by Ant Design. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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conscious-sapphire2mo ago
lol @kapa.ai how should I implement time picker when using an edit form?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To implement a TimePicker when using an edit form in Refine with Ant Design, you can follow these steps: 1. Set Up the Form: Use Form.useForm() to create a form instance. 2. Handle the onChange Event: Capture the selected time and set it to the form state. 3. Use the onFinish Handler: Modify the form data before submitting it to the API. Here is a complete example: Example Code
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const EditForm: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ startTime: timeString });
};

const onFinish = (values) => {
console.log("Form Values:", values);
// Submit the form values
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={onFinish}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={[{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onTimeUpdate}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default EditForm;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const EditForm: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {
console.log(time, timeString);
// Set the value to the form item
form.setFieldsValue({ startTime: timeString });
};

const onFinish = (values) => {
console.log("Form Values:", values);
// Submit the form values
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={onFinish}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={[{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onTimeUpdate}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default EditForm;
Explanation - Form Instance: Use Form.useForm() to create a form instance. - onChange Handler: The onChange handler captures the selected time and its string representation. The timeString is then set to the form item using form.setFieldsValue. - onFinish Handler: The onFinish handler logs the form values and can be used to submit the form data. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) By following these steps, you can ensure that the TimePicker works seamlessly within an edit form, capturing and submitting the correct time values. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai again I recieve date4.isValid is not a function. How should I debug this?
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To debug the date4.isValid is not a function error when using the TimePicker in an edit form, you can follow these steps: Steps to Debug 1. Verify DayJs Import: Ensure that DayJs is correctly imported and used in your project. 2. Check the time Object: Verify that the time object passed to dayjs is valid and correctly formatted. 3. Directly Use timeString: Since timeString is already in the format HH:mm:ss, you can directly use it without reformatting it with dayjs. Example Code Here is an updated example that directly uses timeString:
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const EditForm: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {
console.log("Time:", time);
console.log("TimeString:", timeString);
// Directly use timeString as it is already in the correct format
form.setFieldsValue({ startTime: timeString });
};

const onFinish = (values) => {
console.log("Form Values:", values);
// Submit the form values
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={onFinish}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={[{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onTimeUpdate}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default EditForm;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const EditForm: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {
console.log("Time:", time);
console.log("TimeString:", timeString);
// Directly use timeString as it is already in the correct format
form.setFieldsValue({ startTime: timeString });
};

const onFinish = (values) => {
console.log("Form Values:", values);
// Submit the form values
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={onFinish}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={[{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onTimeUpdate}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default EditForm;
Explanation - Direct Use of timeString: The timeString is already in the format HH:mm:ss, so it can be directly used to set the form value without additional formatting. - Form Handling: The onFinish handler logs the form values and can be used to submit the form data. Additional Debugging Steps 1. Console Logs: Add console logs to verify the values being passed to the TimePicker and ensure they are in the correct format. 2. Check DayJs Installation: Ensure that DayJs is properly installed and imported in your project. 3. Verify Ant Design Version: Ensure that you are using a compatible version of Ant Design that works well with DayJs. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) By following these steps, you can debug the date4.isValid is not a function error and ensure that the TimePicker works seamlessly within an edit form. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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conscious-sapphire
conscious-sapphire2mo ago
@kapa.ai it doesn't work even if I Hardcode the values passed to dayjs
kapa.ai
kapa.ai2mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- If hardcoding the values passed to dayjs still results in the date4.isValid is not a function error, it suggests that there might be a deeper issue with the integration of dayjs and Ant Design's TimePicker. Here are some steps to further debug and resolve the issue: Steps to Debug and Resolve 1. Verify DayJs Installation and Import: Ensure that dayjs is correctly installed and imported in your project. 2. Check for Conflicting Versions: Ensure that there are no conflicting versions of dayjs or other date libraries in your project. 3. Simplify the Example: Create a minimal example to isolate the issue. Minimal Example Here is a minimal example to isolate the issue:
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const EditForm: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {
console.log("Time:", time);
console.log("TimeString:", timeString);
// Directly use timeString as it is already in the correct format
form.setFieldsValue({ startTime: timeString });
};

const onFinish = (values) => {
console.log("Form Values:", values);
// Submit the form values
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={onFinish}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={[{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onTimeUpdate}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default EditForm;
import React from "react";
import { Form, TimePicker, Button } from "antd";
import dayjs from "dayjs";

const EditForm: React.FC = () => {
const [form] = Form.useForm();

const onTimeUpdate: TimePickerProps["onChange"] = (time, timeString) => {
console.log("Time:", time);
console.log("TimeString:", timeString);
// Directly use timeString as it is already in the correct format
form.setFieldsValue({ startTime: timeString });
};

const onFinish = (values) => {
console.log("Form Values:", values);
// Submit the form values
};

return (
<Form form={form} onFinish={onFinish}>
<Form.Item
label="Start Time"
name="startTime"
rules={[{ required: true, message: "Please select a start time!" }]}
>
<TimePicker
onChange={onTimeUpdate}
defaultOpenValue={dayjs("00:00:00", "HH:mm:ss")}
format="HH:mm:ss"
/>
</Form.Item>
<Form.Item>
<Button type="primary" htmlType="submit">
Submit
</Button>
</Form.Item>
</Form>
);
};

export default EditForm;
Additional Debugging Steps 1. Console Logs: Add console logs to verify the values being passed to the TimePicker and ensure they are in the correct format. 2. Check DayJs Installation: Ensure that dayjs is properly installed and imported in your project. 3. Verify Ant Design Version: Ensure that you are using a compatible version of Ant Design that works well with dayjs. References - Ant Design TimePicker Documentation (https://ant.design/components/time-picker/#header) - Refine useForm Example (https://refine.dev/docs/ui-integrations/ant-design/hooks/use-form#example) By following these steps and using the minimal example, you can isolate the issue and ensure that the TimePicker works seamlessly within an edit form. If the issue persists, it might be helpful to check for any conflicts or issues in the project setup, such as mismatched versions of dependencies or incorrect configurations. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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