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Algolia Places provides a fast, distributed and easy way to use an address search autocomplete JavaScript library on your website.

See the website for more information.

Read the blog post introducing Algolia Places.

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Demo

Watch more examples on the website.

demo

Getting started

To use Algolia Places, all you need is an <input> and some JavaScript code that will load and use the places.js library.

CDN <script>

Our JavaScript library is available on the jsDelivr CDN and also on cdnjs.

<script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/places.js@1.19.0"></script>

Version is the latest version.

Here's a small example using it:

<input type="search" id="address-input" placeholder="Where are we going?" />

<script>
  var placesAutocomplete = places({
    appId: <YOUR_PLACES_APP_ID>,
    apiKey: <YOUR_PLACES_API_KEY>,
    container: document.querySelector('#address-input')
  });
</script>

Using npm

Algolia Places is also available on npm.

Install the module:

npm install places.js --save

Put an <input> in your html page:

<input type="search" id="address-input" placeholder="Where are we going?" />

Initialize the places.js library:

var places = require('places.js');
var placesAutocomplete = places({
  appId: <YOUR_PLACES_APP_ID>,
  apiKey: <YOUR_PLACES_API_KEY>,
  container: document.querySelector('#address-input')
});

Full documentation is available on the Algolia Places website.

Contributing

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