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Latest commit f0471b6 Feb 26, 2017 @bennettrogers bennettrogers committed with andrewtelnov add additional custom css entrypoints for dropdown and radiogroup (#261)
* add additional custom css entrypoints for dropdown and radiogroup

* fixes some configurable classnames for dropdown questions


survey.js is a JavaScript Survey Library. It is a modern way to add a survey to your website. It uses JSON for survey metadata and results. Build Status

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Getting started

Join the chat at https://gitter.im/surveyjs/surveyjs

To find out more about the library go

You can try plnkr examples at:

Install the library using npm.

Angular2 version:

npm install survey-angular

jQuery version:

npm install survey-jquery

Knockout version:

npm install survey-knockout

React version:

npm install survey-react

Vue version:

npm install survey-vue

Or use Azure CDN: https://surveyjs.azureedge.net/{version name}/{filename}. You find all versions/builds in the surveyjs/build repo.

Or dowload a version as zip file from Releases

Building survey.js from sources

To build library yourself:

  1. Clone the repo from GitHub

    git clone https://github.com/surveyjs/surveyjs.git
    cd surveyjs
  2. Acquire build dependencies. Make sure you have Node.js installed on your workstation. This is only needed to build surveyjs from sources.

    npm install -g karma-cli
    npm install
  3. Build the library

    npm run build_prod

    After that you should have the library at 'dist' directory.

  4. Run unit tests

    karma start

    This command will run unit tests usign Karma

Create your own question type.

Explore the example of adding a new question type into your survey library.

Use 3rd party controls as question widgets.

Explore the example based on jquery datepicker


MIT license - http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php

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