If you work with dates in ag-grid, and you customize your date editor.
ag-grid Out of the box date picker
Let's start all by saying that if you use the out of the box ag-grid date editor, this will use your browser default date picker if you use chrome, otherwise, you can use gridOptions.browserDatePicker = true
browserDatePicker:This is only taking into consideration if there isn’t a date component provided. By default the grid will use the browser date picker in Chrome and a plain text box for all other browsers (this is because Chrome is the only browser providing a decent out of the box date picker). If this property is true, the browser date picker will be used regardless of the browser type.
If you do so, you will have a drop-down date picker provided from your browser, except if you use IE-11 (more on that later)
If you create your own date picker
Note that if you decide to go for a CUSTOM editor, and you want to make it so that is a dropdown, (ie it shows in a popup), this won't be likely to work on the date filter menu, since when you click anywhere in the date popup, it will close it.
This is a known bug, and is tracked in the pipeline with:
|AG-1891||Filters - Add a mechanism for keeping the filter menu open|
If you want to have a custom popup for a date cell editor you can still use a custom editor
We would recommend you this approach and then, for the date component (used in the column filter column) to let ag-grid use its out of the box one.
But I use IE11 and IE doesn't provide date pickers
In this case, we are afraid that for the column menu is going to be very difficult for you to integrate a popup date picker (unless you can stop the click propagation), and then we need to revert to the already mentioned bug AG-1891
Note that we are hoping to have a solution for this soon