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Angular Materialized Autocomplete With $http Service

  • This Documentation have different version of the Angular Materialized.Things You can try out with angularjs material autocomplete :

    1) Simulate Query

    2) Enable/Disable Caching

    3) Disable the Autocomplete on an Event

    4) Customization of Listing Template

    The very first step is to set up the “ngMaterial” in your Application.This is just some copy and

    paste with conditions apply.There are following dependencies in your Controller You need to inject

    Inject it into your controller.

  • There are following methods you will call in the Materialized Autocomplete :

    1)

    method is going to be same which is filtering the results with scope states.Hence the simulateQuery is  false then it will execute the else part.By Filterting the value with query parameter and scope.states that’s called from the $http.

  • Method is custom filter to filter the query with lowercase query.
  • This method stands for consume the data from the API and convert the data into searchable object.Here is the

    updated

    By Fetching the data from the API it’s creating an Array of Objects that is used for comparing the value from the

    query & in the last you can return the array.

  • This is the simplest way to load the Array to the Angular Materialized Autocomplete.You can also make the

    factory and inject it into the Controller.

This article is about the Angular Materialized Autocomplete.The documentation of the Angular Materialized is here. This Documentation have different version of the Angular Materialized.Things You can try out with angularjs material autocomplete :

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This article is about the Angular Materialized Autocomplete.The documentation of the Angular Materialized is here. This Documentation have different version of the Angular Materialized.Things You can try out with angularjs material autocomplete :

1) Simulate Query

2) Enable/Disable Caching

3) Disable the Autocomplete on an Event

4) Customization of Listing Template

The very first step is to set up the “ngMaterial” in your Application.This is just some copy and

paste with conditions apply.There are following dependencies in your Controller You need to inject

1) $timeout

2) $q

3) $log (Optional)

4) $http

Inject it into your controller.

There are following methods you will call in the Materialized Autocomplete :

method is going to be same which is filtering the results with scope states.Hence the simulateQuery is  false then it will execute the else part.By Filterting the value with query parameter and scope.states that’s called from the $http.

Method is custom filter to filter the query with lowercase query.

selected-item-change() is the one which is also used to fetch the data according to the source.

This is the case of Country State API.Where You need to show the suggestions for the Country of User and on the

basis of Country You will call the State API by taking it’s country ID.

This method stands for consume the data from the API and convert the data into searchable object.Here is the

updated

By Fetching the data from the API it’s creating an Array of Objects that is used for comparing the value from the

query & in the last you can return the array.

This is the simplest way to load the Array to the Angular Materialized Autocomplete.You can also make the

factory and inject it into the Controller.

md-autocomplete usage in the html template.

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Angular Materialized Autocomplete With $http Service

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