wrapper for At.js that add mentions autocomplete to your application with angular component for using it on any AngularJS projects
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At Who Angular

wrapper for At.js that add mentions autocomplete to your application with angular component for using it on any AngularJS projects

Introduction

This project done using AngularJS after need it to wrapp the autocomplete At.js nice library to use it easly on AngularJS projects.

Getting Started

For changes on this repo

  • First you need to clone the project to start working.
  • We need to install Node.js you can install it using nvm.
  • Run npm install to install all needed plugins and modules for this project.
  • Run npm run start to run the example for this project from ./src/example/app.js
  • You can find the starting point for the application and the needed things on app.js
  • You need to import on your project the import 'at.js/dist/css/jquery.atwho.min.css'; to make sure the style as expected.
  • You need to import on your project the import 'jquery.caret'; because its a dependancy for At.js.

For just a normal use on your project

  • Use npm to install it on your project using @yazanaabed/at-who-angular.
  • Import it on your project and start using it by pass the AtWhoModule.name to your main module or needed module.

Prerequisites

  • Node.js
  • webpack
  • webpack-cli
  • webpack-dev-server
  • jQuery
  • @yazanaabed/dommutationobserver

Examples

  • Firstly, we need to include this on our module.
const MainModule = angular
  .module('atWhoAppExample', [
    AtWhoModule.name
  ])
  • Secondly, we need to add some data to our component or controller, and make sure to update the model using the on-model-changed event send from parent to children. This to prevent the two way data-binding and make sure the changes using events.
class AppController {
  constructor(){
    this.item = {
      subject: '',
      title: ''
    };

    this.smartFields = [{
      code: 'TEST_1',
      name: 'test 1'
    }, {
      code: 'TEST_2',
      name: 'test 2'
    }, {
      code: 'TEST_3',
      name: 'test 3'
    }, {
      code: 'TEST_4',
      name: 'test 4'
    }];
  }

  onSubjectChanged(value) {
    this.item.subject = value;
  }

  onTitleChanged(value) {
    this.item.title = value;
  }
}
  • Add our component to our html to start working with it. Here is two examples with multiple options send to the compoent.
<at-who ng-model="AppComponent.item.title"
                class="input-container"
                name="subject"
                character="'@'"
                insert-item="'${name}'"
                search-key="'name'"
                inserted-key="'code'"
                pop-up-item-template="'<li>${name}</li>'"
                data="AppComponent.smartFields"
                on-model-changed="AppComponent.onTitleChanged(value)"
                place-holder="'Message Title'"
                hide-brackets="true"></at-who>

<at-who ng-model="AppComponent.item.subject"
                class="textarea-container"
                is-text-area="true"
                name="subject"
                character="'@'"
                insert-item="'${name}'"
                search-key="'name'"
                inserted-key="'code'"
                pop-up-item-template="'<li>${name}</li>'"
                data="AppComponent.smartFields"
                place-holder="'Message Body'"
                on-model-changed="AppComponent.onSubjectChanged(value)"
                hide-brackets="true"></at-who>
  • You can style your component as you want using the styling.
.app-container {
    max-width: 1200px;
    margin: 0 auto;
}

.app-container h1 {
    text-align: center;
}

.app-container .textarea-container .textarea,
.app-container .input-container .input-field {
    border: 1px solid #ccc;
    border-radius: 5px;
    padding: 5px;
}
  • Options passed to this component
{
    // Name for the input or field
    name: '@',
    // Class used to attach on element
    class: '<',
    // Is it an text area or simple input don't pass this if you want input
    isTextArea: '<',
    // What is the trigger char on the above example its '@'
    character: '<',
    popupHeader: '<',
    popUpItemTemplate: '<',
    insertItem: '<',
    searchKey: '<',
    maxLen: '<',
    startWithSpace: '<',
    itemsLimit: '<',
    displayTimeout: '<',
    delay: '<',
    suffix: '<',
    highlightFirst: '<',
    data: '<',
    hideWithoutSuffix: '<',
    dataAttributes: '<',
    callbacks: '<',
    leftBrackets: '<',
    rightBrackets: '<',
    hideBrackets: '<',
    ngModel: '<',
    insertedKey: '<',
    placeHolder: '<',
    disabledField: '<',
    onModelChanged: '&'
  }

Built With

Contributing

Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us.

Versioning

We use SemVer for versioning. For the versions available, see the tags on this repository.

Authors

  • Yazan Aabed
  • See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details

Acknowledgments

  • This is my first component on this field to help people integrate with autocomplete At.js easily for AngularJS projects.
  • I love to hear any comments to learn from people on this community.