An easy-to-use SwiftUI iOS/watchOS date picker for Shamsi (Persian) calendar.

ShamsiDatePicker in iOS ShamsiDatePicker in iOS with Dark Mode

ShamsiDatePicker in Apple Watch ShamsiDatePicker in Apple Watch used in a `Form` view


  • Pure (100%) SwiftUI implementation
  • Full support for Shamsi (Persian) calendar, including weekday names and leap years
  • Easy to customize various properties, such as minimum and maximum date allowed
  • Simple to use in various views by adding a single line of code
  • Support for both iOS (13.0 +) and watchOS (7.0 +) apps with great-looking styles
  • Compact style when used in watchOS Forms


ShamsiDatePicker can easily be installed using Swift Package Manager (SPM).

  1. Open your project in Xcode.
  2. Click File -> Swift Packages -> Add Package Dependency...
  3. Add as a package


Basic Usage

To use ShamsiDatePicker in a SwiftUI view, you should import ShamsiDatePicker first:

import ShamsiDatePicker

Then, you can start using ShamsiDatePicker:

struct ContentView: View {
    @State var date = Date()
    var body: some View {
        ShamsiDatePicker(selectedDate: $date)

Setting a Range of Supported Dates

To specify the minimum and maximum possible-to-select dates from ShamsiDatePicker, you can specify those dates in ShamsiDatePickers initializer:

ShamsiDatePicker(selectedDate: $date, minDate: Date(timeIntervalSince1970: 0), maxDate: Date())

Using ShamsiDatePicker in SwiftUI Forms

ShamsiDatePicker works with SwiftUI Forms out of the box. When using ShamsiDatePicker in watchOS, using ShamsiDatePicker in a Form will result in a compact date picker, suitable for the Apple Watch’s small display. When you use ShamsiDatePicker outside of the Form view, ShamsiDatePicker will be rendered as a wheel scrolling view, similar to its iOS counterpart.


To see the license which is applied to all the files in the current repository, open LICENSE.