An Ionic component similar to Ionic Select, that allows to search items, including async search, infinite scrolling and more.
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Ionic Selectable

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An Ionic component similar to Ionic Select, that allows to search items, including async search, infinite scrolling and more.

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Supported Ionic versions

  • Ionic 3 (3.6.0 - 3.9.2)
  • Ionic 4 (>=4.0.0-beta.19)

Features

Getting started

  1. Install it.
// Ionic 3
npm install ionic-selectable@3.2.0 --save

// Ionic 4
npm install ionic-selectable@4.1.3 --save
  1. Import it.
    First, import IonicSelectableModule to your app.module.ts that is normally located in src\app\app.module.ts.
import { IonicSelectableModule } from 'ionic-selectable';

@NgModule({
  imports: [
    IonicSelectableModule
  ]
})
export class AppModule { }

Note: Additionally, if you use Ionic 3+ you might be as well using lazy loaded pages. Check if your pages have a module file, for example, home.module.ts, and if they do then import IonicSelectableModule to each page module too.

import { IonicSelectableModule } from 'ionic-selectable';
import { HomePage } from './home';

@NgModule({
  declarations: [
    HomePage
  ],
  imports: [
    IonicPageModule.forChild(HomePage),
    IonicSelectableModule
  ]
})
export class HomePageModule { }

  1. Add it to template.
<ion-item>
  <ion-label>Port</ion-label>
  <ionic-selectable
    item-content // Required for Ionic 3 only.
    [(ngModel)]="port"
    [items]="ports"
    itemValueField="id"
    itemTextField="name"
    [canSearch]="true"
    (onChange)="portChange($event)">
  </ionic-selectable>
</ion-item>
  1. Configure it.
import { IonicSelectableComponent } from 'ionic-selectable';

class Port {
  public id: number;
  public name: string;
}

@Component({ ... })
export class HomePage {
  ports: Port[];
  port: Port;

  constructor() {
    this.ports = [
      { id: 1, name: 'Tokai' },
      { id: 2, name: 'Vladivostok' },
      { id: 3, name: 'Navlakhi' }
    ];
  }

  portChange(event: {
    component: IonicSelectableComponent,
    value: any 
  }) {
    console.log('port:', event.value);
  }
}
  1. Enjoy it 😉
  2. Check out live demos to see what it is capable of.
    Also, explore the docs and FAQ to learn more about its features.
  3. Have a question? Ask me on LinkendIn!

Development

  • ionic serve runs dev app containing test cases/demos.
  • gulp creates npm package.
  • npm publish dist publishes npm package.

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