Build a Framework7 autocomplete input

f7AutoComplete(
  inputId,
  label,
  placeholder = NULL,
  value = choices[1],
  choices,
  openIn = c("popup", "page", "dropdown"),
  typeahead = TRUE,
  expandInput = TRUE,
  closeOnSelect = FALSE,
  dropdownPlaceholderText = NULL,
  multiple = FALSE
)

Arguments

inputId

Autocomplete input id.

label

Autocomplete label.

placeholder

Text to write in the container.

value

Autocomplete initial value, if any.

choices

Autocomplete choices.

openIn

Defines how to open Autocomplete, can be page or popup (for Standalone) or dropdown.

typeahead

Enables type ahead, will prefill input value with first item in match. Only if openIn is "dropdown".

expandInput

If TRUE then input which is used as item-input in List View will be expanded to full screen wide during dropdown visible. Only if openIn is "dropdown".

closeOnSelect

Set to true and autocomplete will be closed when user picks value. Not available if multiple is enabled. Only works when openIn is 'popup' or 'page'.

dropdownPlaceholderText

Specify dropdown placeholder text. Only if openIn is "dropdown".

multiple

Whether to allow multiple value selection. Only works when openIn is 'popup' or 'page'.

Examples

if(interactive()){ library(shiny) library(shinyMobile) shinyApp( ui = f7Page( title = "My app", f7SingleLayout( navbar = f7Navbar(title = "f7AutoComplete"), f7AutoComplete( inputId = "myautocomplete1", placeholder = "Some text here!", dropdownPlaceholderText = "Try to type Apple", label = "Type a fruit name", openIn = "dropdown", choices = c('Apple', 'Apricot', 'Avocado', 'Banana', 'Melon', 'Orange', 'Peach', 'Pear', 'Pineapple') ), textOutput("autocompleteval1"), f7AutoComplete( inputId = "myautocomplete2", placeholder = "Some text here!", openIn = "popup", multiple = TRUE, label = "Type a fruit name", choices = c('Apple', 'Apricot', 'Avocado', 'Banana', 'Melon', 'Orange', 'Peach', 'Pear', 'Pineapple') ), verbatimTextOutput("autocompleteval2") ) ), server = function(input, output) { observe({ print(input$myautocomplete1) print(input$myautocomplete2) }) output$autocompleteval1 <- renderText(input$myautocomplete1) output$autocompleteval2 <- renderPrint(input$myautocomplete2) } ) }