The Date Time field type works out of the box without configuring. You may want to output something different in your view though, than a "timestamp" like "2018-12-25 00:00:00". So here's how you do it. In your config file in the "view" key, you can add a format, like so:
The characters that you can use can be viewed at the PHP date - Manual page. The format example above will output "25 December 2018" with the given timestamp above.
Aside from view settings, you can also have settings for your form. These go into the "config" key of the array. Below a full config example:
The keys should pretty much explain what they mean and there are some values set to know what you'd need to enter. You can copy the full working example below into your config file and change it to however you'd like it to be.
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