angucomplete

AngularJS Autocomplete Directive

Angular Core Dependency: >=1.2.0

Module License: MIT

Added by: Sam Deering

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darylrowland/angucomplete

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Module Description

angucomplete

A simple but powerful AngularJS directive that allows you to quickly create autocomplete boxes that pull data either from a server or local variable.

To see a demo go here: http://darylrowland.github.io/angucomplete

###Key Features

  • Show just a title, a title and a description or a title, description and image in your autocomplete list
  • Deliberately minimally styled so you can customise it to your heart's content!
  • Reads JSON data and allows you to specify which fields to use for display
  • Simple setup - e.g. to pull data from a server, just set the url parameter

Getting Started

Download the code, and include the angucomplete.js file in your page. Then add the angucomplete module to your Angular App file, e.g.

var app = angular.module('app', ["angucomplete"]);

Local Usage

<angucomplete id="ex1"
              placeholder="Search countries"
              pause="100"
              selectedobject="selectedCountry"
              localdata="countries"
              searchfields="name"
              titlefield="name"
              minlength="1"
              inputclass="form-control form-control-small"/>

Remote Usage

<angucomplete id="members"
              placeholder="Search members"
              pause="400"
              selectedobject="testObj"
              url="http://myserver.com/api/user/find?s="
              datafield="results"
              titlefield="firstName,surname"
              descriptionfield="email"
              imagefield="profilePic"
              inputclass="form-control form-control-small"/>

Description of attributes

| Attribute | Description | Required | Example | | :------------- |:-------------| :-----:| :-----| | id | A unique ID for the field | Yes | members | | placeholder | Placeholder text for the search field | No | Search members | | pause | The time to wait (in milliseconds) before searching when the user enters new characters | No | 400 | | selectedObject | Where to store the selected object in your model/controller (like ng-model) | Yes | myObject | | url | The remote URL to hit to query for results in JSON. angucomplete will automatically append the search string on the end of this, so it must be a GET request | No | http://myserver.com/api/users/find?searchstr= | | datafield | The name of the field in the JSON object returned back that holds the Array of objects to be used for the autocomplete list. | No | results | | titlefield | The name of the field in the JSON objects returned back that should be used for displaying the title in the autocomplete list. Note, if you want to combine fields together, you can comma separate them here (e.g. for a first and last name combined) | Yes | firstName,lastName | | descriptionfield | The name of the field in the JSON objects returned back that should be used for displaying the description in the autocomplete list | No | twitterUsername | | imageuri | A http location or directory where images reside | No | http://localhost/images/ | | imagefield | The name of the field in the JSON objects returned back that should be used for displaying an image in the autocomplete list | No | pic | | minlength | The minimum length of string required before searching | No | 3 | | inputclass | The classes to use for styling the input box | No | form-control | | localdata | The local data variable to use from your controller. Should be an array of objects | No | countriesList | | searchfields | The fields from your local data to search on (comma separate them) | No | title,description |

Running test suite

In order to run tests clone repository and run following commands within repo's directory:

bower install
grunt

License

The angucomplete project is covered by the MIT License.

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2014 Daryl Rowland, and contributors to the angucomplete project.

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