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downshift - 🏎 Primitives to build simple, flexible, WAI-ARIA compliant enhanced input React components

  •    Javascript

You need an autocomplete/dropdown/select experience in your application and you want it to be accessible. You also want it to be simple and flexible to account for your use cases.This is a component that controls user interactions and state for you so you can create autocomplete/dropdown/select/etc. components. It uses a render function as children which gives you maximum flexibility with a minimal API because you are responsible for the rendering of everything and you simply apply props to what you're rendering.

jQuery-Autocomplete - Ajax Autocomplete for jQuery allows you to easily create autocomplete/autosuggest boxes for text input fields

  •    Javascript

Devbridge Group accelerates software to market for enterprise clients through dedicated product teams, user experience and software engineering expertise. Ajax Autocomplete for jQuery allows you to easily create autocomplete/autosuggest boxes for text input fields.

react-geosuggest - A React autosuggest for the Google Maps Places API.

  •    Javascript

A React autosuggest for the Google Maps Places API. You can also define your own suggests as defaults. Works with Preact, too. Visit the Google Developer Console to generate your API key. The API's that you have to enable in your Google API Manager Dashboard are Google Maps Geocoding API, Google Places API Web Service and Google Maps Javascript API.

zsh-autosuggestions - Fish-like autosuggestions for zsh

  •    Shell

Fish-like fast/unobtrusive autosuggestions for zsh. It suggests commands as you type, based on command history.




react-input-enhancements - Set of enhancements for input control

  •    Javascript

The intention of creating this library was to bring input component out of the dropdown/autocomplete/whatever code, so it could be easily replaced with your custom component, and also to split independent functionality into different components, which could be combined with each other (still not quite sure it was worth it, though). NB: these are not "high quality, ready for production components" - they are more of a concept (which is a fancy word for "they are still quite buggy"). Think twice before using it in production.

react-autosuggest - WAI-ARIA compliant React autosuggest component

  •    Javascript

Check out the Homepage and the Codepen examples. Array of suggestions to display. The only requirement is that suggestions is an array. Items in this array can take an arbitrary shape.

react-tags - A fantastically simple tagging component for your React projects

  •    Javascript

React-tags is a simple tagging component ready to drop in your React projects. The component is inspired by GMail's To field in the compose window. Because I was looking for an excuse to build a standalone component and publish it in the wild? To be honest, I needed a tagging component that provided the above features for my React-Surveyman project. Since I was unable to find one which met my requirements (and the fact that I generally enjoy re-inventing the wheel) this is what I came up with.

AutoSuggest

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Autosuggest makes it easier for users to find values in an HTML SELECT element with a large number of OPTIONS. It is developed in JavaScript and can be used with HTML or ASP.Net rendered pages.


vue-instant - (UNMAINTAINED) vue instant allows you to easily create custom search controls with auto suggestions for your vue 2 applications

  •    Vue

vue instant allows you to easily create custom search controls with auto suggestions for your vue 2 applications. If you need a example using webpack see the example folder.

solr-autocomplete - Solr AutoComplete implementation

  •    Java

Solr component for implementing suggest-as-you-type and auto-complete functionality

codemirror-autosuggest - CodeMirror autosuggest addon

  •    Javascript

Triggers autocompletion when certain character is typed. Include scripts needed into webpage.

remote-list - super lightweight autocomplete

  •    Javascript

An ultra lightweight autocomplete / autosuggest plugin with a simple but powerful API. Leverages the HTML5 datalist element to build an extreme lightweight autosuggest plugin. Can use webshim to polyfill old browsers or enhance modern ones. The options can be set using the jQuery.fn.remoteList() method or by using the data-remote-list attribute on the given element.

react-predict - ReactJS for input with autocomplete based on list of words

  •    Javascript

ReactJS for input with autocomplete based on list of words. Or use the files on dist folder.

jquery-manifest - A jQuery plugin that adds delight to selecting multiple values for an input.

  •    Javascript

A jQuery plugin that adds delight to selecting multiple values for an input. The recipients field in an email app is a perfect example. You could just offer a plain text input, requiring the user to manually separate each recipient with a comma. Removing a recipient, however, is a pain: the user has to precisely select just the right amount of text, making sure not to accidentally remove too much or too little. As a discerning developer, you know the user experience should be better. And it can be, with Manifest.

jquery-marcopolo - A jQuery autocomplete plugin for the discerning developer.

  •    Javascript

A jQuery autocomplete plugin for the discerning developer. After spending years struggling with various autocomplete plugins, I became fed up with their bugginess, poor documentation, lack of updates, inflexibility, and antiquated coding patterns. Surely something as fundamental as autocomplete could — really, should — be done better. And now it has. Meet Marco Polo. For the discerning developer.

esh-autosuggest - Fish-like autosuggestions in eshell.

  •    Emacs

Alternatively, consider installing with straight.el or quelpa-use-package. This package assumes you use something other than company for eshell completion (e.g. eshell-pcomplete, completion-at-point, helm-esh-pcomplete). company-mode is used solely as a mechanism for history autosuggestions.