A fast and fully-featured autocomplete library
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The typeahead.js library consists of 2 components: the suggestion engine, Bloodhound, and the UI view, Typeahead. The suggestion engine is responsible for computing suggestions for a given query. The UI view is responsible for rendering suggestions and handling DOM interactions. Both components can be used separately, but when used together, they can provide a rich typeahead experience.
How you acquire typeahead.js is up to you.
- Install with Bower:
$ bower install typeahead.js
- Download zipball of latest release.
- Download the latest dist files individually:
Note: both bloodhound.js and typeahead.jquery.js have a dependency on jQuery 1.9+.
For some working examples of typeahead.js, visit the examples page.
- Firefox 3.5+
- Safari 4+
- Internet Explorer 8+
- Opera 11+
NOTE: typeahead.js is not tested on mobile browsers.
For general questions about typeahead.js, tweet at @typeahead.
Discovered a bug? Please create an issue here on GitHub!
For transparency and insight into our release cycle, releases will be numbered with the following format:
And constructed with the following guidelines:
- Breaking backwards compatibility bumps the major
- New additions without breaking backwards compatibility bumps the minor
- Bug fixes and misc changes bump the patch
For more information on semantic versioning, please visit http://semver.org/.
If you plan on contributing to typeahead.js, be sure to read the contributing guidelines. A good starting place for new contributors are issues labeled with entry-level. Entry-level issues tend to require minor changes and provide developers a chance to get more familiar with typeahead.js before taking on more challenging work.
In order to build and test typeahead.js, you'll need to install its dev dependencies (
$ npm install) and have grunt-cli installed (
$ npm install -g grunt-cli). Below is an overview of the available Grunt tasks that'll be useful in development.
grunt build– Builds typeahead.js from source.
grunt lint– Runs source and test files through JSHint.
grunt watch– Rebuilds typeahead.js whenever a source file is modified.
grunt server– Serves files from the root of typeahead.js on localhost:8888. Useful for using test/playground.html for debugging/testing.
grunt dev– Runs
grunt serverin parallel.
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Licensed under the MIT License
- Install with Bower: