Formtastic::Inputs::DatePickerInput

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Outputs a simple `<label>` with a HTML5 `<input type="date">` wrapped in the standard
`<li>` wrapper. This is an alternative to `:date_select` for `:date`, `:time`, `:datetime` 
database columns. You can use this input with `:as => :date_picker`.

*Please note:* Formtastic only provides suitable markup for a date picker, but does not supply
any additional CSS or Javascript to render calendar-style date pickers. Browsers that support
this input type (such as Mobile Webkit and Opera on the desktop) will render a native widget.
Browsers that don't will default to a plain text field`<input type="text">` and can be 
poly-filled with some Javascript and a UI library of your choice.

@example Full form context and output

  <%= semantic_form_for(@post) do |f| %>
    <%= f.inputs do %>
      <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker %>
    <% end %>
  <% end %>

  <form...>
    <fieldset>
      <ol>
        <li class="string">
          <label for="post_publish_at">First name</label>
          <input type="date" id="post_publish_at" name="post[publish_at]">
        </li>
      </ol>
    </fieldset>
  </form>

@example Setting the size (defaults to 10 for YYYY-MM-DD)
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :size => 20 %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :input_html => { :size => 20 } %>

@example Setting the maxlength (defaults to 10 for YYYY-MM-DD)
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :maxlength => 20 %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :input_html => { :maxlength => 20 } %>

@example Setting the value (defaults to YYYY-MM-DD for Date and Time objects, otherwise renders string)
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :input_html => { :value => "1970-01-01" } %>

@example Setting the step attribute (defaults to 1)
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :step => 7 %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :input_html => { :step => 7 } %>

@example Setting the step attribute with a macro
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :step => :day %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :step => :week %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :step => :seven_days %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :step => :fortnight %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :step => :two_weeks %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :step => :four_weeks %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :step => :thirty_days %>

@example Setting the min attribute
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :min => "2012-01-01" %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :input_html => { :min => "2012-01-01" } %>

@example Setting the max attribute
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :max => "2012-12-31" %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :input_html => { :max => "2012-12-31" } %>

@example Setting the placeholder attribute
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :placeholder => 20 %>
  <%= f.input :publish_at, :as => :date_picker, :input_html => { :placeholder => "YYYY-MM-DD" } %>

@see Formtastic::Helpers::InputsHelper#input InputsHelper#input for full documentation of all possible options.
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