jQuery Simple Event Calendar make it easier for you to create an event calendar, datepicker or whatever you want with jQuery.
Datetator is a jQuery-based replacement for input boxes, making them date pickers. It affects the original input box directly, which is used as the data container.
Rome is a dependency free, opt-in UI, customizable date and time picker.
Datepick is a jQuery plugin that attaches a popup calendar to your input fields or shows an inline calendar for selecting individual dates or date ranges.
Datepair is a jQuery plugin for intelligently selecting date and time ranges inspired by Google Calendar
DateTime Picker is a responsive flat design jQuery based datetime picker for web & mobile. Users can change values using +/- buttons or type values directly into the textbox by selecting each value fields.
For web, picker can be binded relative to reference element, were it will appear at the bottom of the element. For mobile, the picker can appear as a dialog box covering entire window.
PickMeUp is a simple, lightweight, powerful and customizable datepicker.
DateTimePicker is a jQuery plugin to unobtrusively add a datetimepicker, datepicker or timepicker dropdown to your forms.
Ion.Calendar is a jQuery calendar and datepicker, based on powerful library to work with time Moment.js
Date picker and date range selector with scrollable months instead of paged.
Simple jQuery Date and time picker plugin. It supports localization, date formats has some options to customize. Also there is fade animation on changing months.
jQuery Mobile Date Navigation plugin provides a navigation between date range, either by a defined range (week, month and year). Ideal for querying information accurately by AJAX calls.
Minical is a tiny datepicker plugin, with no dependencies other than its icon PNG and stylesheet (which has SASS variables for easy customization).
It has full keyboard support and also defaults to make the associated input read-only, so its value can only be changed by the date format specified in the plugin. It also works great in iOS, with just enough touch event handling to behave properly.