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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.

popper.js - A kickass library to manage your poppers

  •    Javascript

A library used to position poppers in web applications.A popper is an element on the screen which "pops out" from the natural flow of your application. Common examples of poppers are tooltips, popovers and drop-downs.

Semantic-UI - Semantic is a UI component framework based around useful principles from natural language

  •    Javascript

Semantic is a UI framework designed for theming.Semantic allows developers to build beautiful websites fast, with concise HTML, intuitive javascript, and simplified debugging, helping make front-end development a delightful experience. Semantic is responsively designed allowing your website to scale on multiple devices. Semantic is production ready and partnered with frameworks such as React, Angular, Meteor, and Ember, which means you can integrate it with any of these frameworks to organize your UI layer alongside your application logic.

superfish - Superfish is a jQuery plugin that adds usability enhancements to existing multi-level drop-down menus

  •    Javascript

Our favourite aquatic superhero returns from his sojourn across the galaxy infused with astonishing, hitherto unseen new powers. In his modern incarnation (wearing a rather spiffy cape) Superfish is dedicated to keeping dropdown/flyout menus accessible across browsers great and small, in addition to adding support for newer touch devices (running Android, iOS, Windows, etc). All this and a pretty face.Please use the existing Superfish documentation where you will find full explanations of the customisable features and plenty of examples to get you started.




select2 - Select2 is a jQuery based replacement for select boxes

  •    Javascript

Select2 is a jQuery-based replacement for select boxes. It supports searching, remote data sets, and pagination of results.Select2 is automatically tested on the following browsers.

chosen - Chosen is a library for making long, unwieldy select boxes more friendly.

  •    HTML

Chosen is a library for making long, unwieldy select boxes more user friendly. Chosen is available through Bower and npm, however, the package names are not the same.

bootstrap-combobox - A combobox plugin that works with twitter bootstrap

  •    CSS

We had need of a combobox at work and after looking around at the available options I was not happy with any of them. The project had all it's styling based on Twitter's Bootstrap, so building on that made sense. You can install this plugin one of two ways.


angular-chosen - AngularJS Chosen directive is an AngularJS Directive that brings the Chosen jQuery in a AngularJS way

  •    Javascript

This directive brings the Chosen jQuery plugin into AngularJS with ngModel and ngOptions integration. To use, include localytics.directives as a dependency in your Angular module. You can now use the chosen directive as an attribute on any select element. Angular version 1.3+ is required, but recomended 1.4.9+.

ng-bootstrap - Angular powered Bootstrap

  •    TypeScript

Welcome to the Angular version of the Angular UI Bootstrap library. This library is being built from scratch by the ui-bootstrap team. We are using TypeScript and targeting the Bootstrap 4 CSS framework. As with Bootstrap 4, this library is a work in progress. Please check out our list of issues to see all the things we are implementing. Feel free to make comments there.

jquery-dropdown - Bootstrap-style dropdowns with some added features and no dependencies.

  •    HTML

Bootstrap-style dropdowns with some added features and no dependencies.

IGLDropDownMenu - An iOS drop down menu with pretty animation and easy to customize.

  •    Objective-C

An iOS drop down menu with pretty animation. Just drap the files in folder IGLDropDownMenu to your project.

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-native-dropdownalert - A simple alert to notify users about new chat messages, something went wrong or everything is ok

  •    Javascript

A simple alert to notify users about new chat messages, something went wrong or everything is ok. It can be closed by tap, cancel button, automatically with closeInterval, pan responder up gesture or programmatically.

ember-power-select - The extensible select component built for ember.

  •    Javascript

Ember Power Select is a select component written in Ember with a focus in flexibility and extensibility. It is designed to work well with the way we build Ember apps, so it plays nicely with promises, ember-concurrency's tasks, ember-data collections and follows idiomatic patterns.

jquery-autocomplete - The original jQuery autocompleter

  •    Javascript

The time has come to retire this project. The code is not up to my current programming standards, and I don't feel motivated enought to go through another rewrite. There is also not much need, because of excellent alternatives like Select2 (http://ivaynberg.github.io/select2/) and the various jQuery autocomplete efforts that have evolved from or parrallel to my original (just google jquery autocomplete). This means that current and future bugs probably won't be fixed, unless the project finds a new caretaker. Contact me if you are interested in that role.