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Need AngularJS Date Time picker

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Can anyone help me with an AngularJS date Time Picker?  I will need to populate it with an active date allow the user to change and get the result.

I am very new to AngularJS so any help is appreciated
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Here the page : http://dalelotts.github.io/angular-bootstrap-datetimepicker/
<datetimepicker data-ng-model="data.embeddedDate" data-datetimepicker-config="{ startView:'day', minView:'day' }" />

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thank you
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