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According to the document: https://github.com/eternicode/bootstrap-datepicker#no-conflict

bootstrap datepicker can use noConflict now:

var datepicker = $.fn.datepicker.noConflict();
$.fn.bootstrapDP = datepicker;    // give $().bootstrapDP the bootstrap-datepicker functionality

It said "give $().bootstrapDP the bootstrap-datepicker functionality", what does this mean? Does it means I can use $("#object").bootstrapDP() instead of $("#object").datepicker()?

I have tried it in firefox (just for test, actually not conflict to any js), but the "date-choose" does not show, and no error appear (from firebug), that is weird.

Below is my code:

HTML
<div class="input-append date" id="dp3" data-date-format="dd-mm-yyyy">
    <input class="span2" size="16" type="text"  readonly><span class="add-on"><i class="icon-th"></i></span>
</div>
JS
<script>
  $(function(){
    var datepicker = $.fn.datepicker.noConflict;
    $.fn.bootstrapDP = datepicker;  
    $("#dp3").bootstrapDP();    
  });
</script>

When I replace the script with $("#dp3").datepicker(), the "date-choose" will show. Can anyone tell me how to use noConflict to bootstrap datepicker?

You missed the parens on the noConflict function.

Code:

$(function(){
    var datepicker = $.fn.datepicker.noConflict();
    $.fn.bootstrapDP = datepicker;  
    $("#dp3").bootstrapDP();    
});

Working demo: http://jsfiddle.net/IrvinDominin/faxyz/

jQuery ui datepicker conflict with bootstrap datepicker, This issue can be solved using the noConflict method of bootstrap-datepicker $.fn .datepicker.noConflict = function(){ $.fn.datepicker = old;� As with bootstrap’s own plugins, datepicker provides a data-api that can be used to instantiate datepickers without the need for custom javascript. For most datepickers, simply set data-provide="datepicker" on the element you want to initialize, and it will be intialized lazily, in true bootstrap fashion.

Instead of using everything from Jquery UI you can customize the widgets which you want from Jquery UI.

In this case, you can remove jquery datepicker and build new files and use them.

Use this jquery ui widget builder: https://jqueryui.com/download/

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For anyone who wasn't helped by the accepted answer (like me) see below...

Rather than use the jQuery initialization, utilize the data-api instantiation like so:

<input type="text" data-provide="datepicker" />

This allows you to use the Bootstrap datepicker, without worrying about conflicting with jQuery UI's datepicker.

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noConflict with datepicker range mode � Issue #736 � uxsolutions , When I have tried use datepicker in range mode with "noConflict" I have got this error: Uncaught TypeError: Property 'datepicker' of object [object Object] is not a function My code is pretty uxsolutions / bootstrap-datepicker. This issue can be solved using the noConflict method of bootstrap-datepicker $.fn.datepicker.noConflict = function(){ $.fn.datepicker = old; return this; }; You can just do $.fn.datepicker.noConflict() which replaces the bootstrap datepicker with the older datepicker which was present, in this case jQuery UI.

uxsolutions/bootstrap-datepicker, The datepicker method is called again in L1253 and probably another place or so. So using the picker with a noConflict method like the� $.fn.uiDatePicker = $.fn.datepicker.noConflict(); // this will reassign $.fn.datepicker to Bootstrap Datepicker (given jquery Ui is loaded after Bootstrap) and use "uiDatepicker" as plugin in QueryBuilder. But IMHO having too different datepicker in the same app is insane !

jQuery ui datepicker conflict with bootstrap datepicker, You can just do $.fn.datepicker.noConflict() which replaces the bootstrap datepicker with the older datepicker which was present, in this case jQuery UI. As with bootstrap’s own plugins, datepicker provides a data-api that can be used to instantiate datepickers without the need for custom javascript. For most datepickers, simply set data-provide="datepicker"on the element you want to initialize, and it will be intialized lazily, in true bootstrap fashion.

Comments
  • Is that your actual script? Coz you're missing a () on .noConflict. Anyhow, your issue would be easier to solve if you posted a fiddle.
  • Thanks for the comment and the suggestion. Can I ask why there is no error showing in the firebug console (firefox) or IE when I miss the paren?
  • Can I ask why there is no error showing in the firebug console (firefox) or IE when I miss the paren?
  • @morgan117: It's because functions in javascript work as objects. There's nothing syntactically incorrect with assigning noConflict to a variable. It's no different than saying var datepicker = function() {}. Your call to .bootstrapDP() ended up just calling noConflict(), which doesn't produce any errors.
  • Who says this is a valid answer @Irvin Uncaught TypeError: $.fn.datepicker.noConflict is not a function at <anonymous>:2:34 at Object.InjectedScript._evaluateOn (<anonymous>:895:140) at Object.InjectedScript._evaluateAndWrap (<anonymous>:828:34) at Object.InjectedScript.evaluate (<anonymous>:694:21)
  • @Kannu it can be a different situation, I think is better if you ask another question
  • I still got the same error even with the demo code. So I ended up just using the JQuery UI builder jqueryui.com/download/#!version=1.11.4 and just removed the 'datepicker' module since I don't use it. That solved the problem for me.