What time is it? It’s time for a set of 10 super cool jQuery Time Picker plugins for your webpages! We see heaps of date pickers and calendar pickers out there but not so many time pickers, so it’s about time we showed you some! Have fun!
Updated: March 24, 2016 Removed outdated, broken, or deprecated plugins. Refreshed the entire list based on current design trends and standards, including several new additions.
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Looking for something simplistic? Inspired by Google Calendar, jquery.timepicker is a robust library designed to make time input as natural as possible.
As one of the best looking themes out there, Wickedpicker will add class to your website with a dead simple interface.
3. jQuery Timepicker
Allow the user to type their time in free format or by adding a simple to use dropdown menu. Don’t confuse this plugin with the first one on our list, it’s an entirely different plugin with the same name!
4. Bootstrap Material Datetimepicker
Don’t let the name confuse you, this plugin does not require Bootstrap (anymore)! Originally created to be used for Boostrap, this clean looking clock timepicker only requires jQuery.
6. jQuery UI Timepicker
Is a jQuery UI time picker plugin build to match with other official jQuery UI widgets. Based on the existing date picker, it will blend nicely with your form and use your selected jQuery UI theme. The plugin is very easy to integrate in your form for you time (hours / minutes) inputs.
If your page needs a little more style, TimePicki might be right for you. Impress your users with this well designed modern looking plugin.
More than just a timepicker, jQueryTimeAutocomplete allows the developer to easily implement a time range selector.
8. jQuery Time Entry
Let your users change their time entry in a number of different ways, even their mousewheel!
Is a jQuery plugin that provides a UI for a user to define and set a time on a user form. It requires jQuery (obviously) as well as the dimmention.js plugin (available from jQuery as well).
Timeago isn’t a timepicker itself, but it can help you easily build one by automatically updataing fuzzy timestamps. (e.g. “4 minutes ago” or “about 1 day ago”)