jQuery autocomplete plugin that works with times. Works basically the same as Google Calendars time input when you add an event. Example: http://7shifts.com/better-time-drop-downs-jquery-timeautocomplete/
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jQuery timeAutocomplete Plugin

What is this?

It's a time picker similar to how Google Calendar's time picker works for events. It's meant to be smart, sexy and intuitive.

Some things that make is super duper fantastic:

  • Start time defaults to users current time (within your set increment).
  • Tabbing out of the field without selecting a time will cause it to make an educated guess. Try typing a badly formatted time like 115 or 1 or 1pm or 28 then tabbing out.
  • If the end time is less than the start time, evaluate it to the opposite am/pm of the start time. Example: 7:00AM - 5... 5 will default to PM.
  • Fetch time in H:i:s format (13:30:00) for comparing/validating. Done so by calling $(input).data('timeAutocomplete').getTime()
  • Uses placeholder attribute if detected, if not, it uses our own placeholder text.
  • Oh, and it's tested :) - see tests/index.html to run tests

Basic Usage

$('#basic-example').timeAutocomplete();

Advanced usage #1

Injecting an existing value and using 24hr as the formatter.

$('#from-24hr').timeAutocomplete({
    formatter: '24hr',
    value: '07:00:00'
});

or

$('#to-24hr').val('09:30:00').timeAutocomplete({
    formatter: '24hr'
});

More documentation and examples

Contributing

  • Run npm install to install dependencies (requires NodeJS).
  • Make changes to any of the .js files
  • Run grunt from the project root to compile
  • Commit and submit pull request