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vue.js – How to use multiple calendars with vue-datepicker

Vue Datepicker is a popular datepicker component for Vue.js. If you want to use multiple calendars with vue-datepicker, you can create multiple instances of the datepicker component and manage them separately. Here’s a basic example of how you can achieve this:

  1. First, install vue-datepicker if you haven’t already:
npm install vue-datepicker
  1. Import vue-datepicker in your component:
// YourComponent.vue
    <datepicker v-model="date1" :config="config1"></datepicker>
    <datepicker v-model="date2" :config="config2"></datepicker>

import Datepicker from "vue-datepicker";

export default {
  components: {
  data() {
    return {
      date1: null,
      date2: null,
      config1: {
        // your datepicker configuration for the first calendar
        // (you can customize format, language, etc.)
      config2: {
        // your datepicker configuration for the second calendar
  1. Customize the configurations for each datepicker instance according to your needs.

By doing this, you create two separate instances of the vue-datepicker component (date1 and date2) with their own configurations (config1 and config2). You can add more instances if needed.

Keep in mind that if you need to interact between these calendars, you can use methods, events, or a global state management solution like Vuex to sync or share data between components.

Make sure to refer to the official documentation of vue-datepicker for detailed information on available options and configurations: vue-datepicker documentation

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