angular2-select-of
Select component for Angular 2 (based on select2 JQuery plugin).
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Angular 2 select component

A native select component for angular 2, based on the select2 JQuery plugin. The component is currently in alpha, so breaking changes are to be expected.

Demo

Try it out with this plunker or by cloning angular2-select-demo.

Getting started

Install

npm install --save angular2-select

Configuration

Angular cli

After installation, no additional configuration is needed. The SelectModule can be added to the list of imports of your module. See below for examples.

Systemjs

In systemjs.config.js add angular2-select to map and package:

var map = {
	// others...,
	'angular2-select': 'node_modules/angular2-select'
};

var packages = {
	// others...,
	'angular2-select': {
		main: 'index.js',
		defaultExtension: 'js'
	}
};

Use with ngModel

Import the SelectModule and define it as one of the imports of your application module. Import the FormsModule so that you can use ngModel:

import {BrowserModule} from '@angular/platform-browser';
import {NgModule} from '@angular/core';
import {FormsModule} from '@angular/forms';
import {SelectModule} from 'angular2-select';

import {AppComponent} from './app.component';

@NgModule({
    imports: [
        BrowserModule,
        FormsModule,
        SelectModule
    ],
    declarations: [
        AppComponent
    ],
    bootstrap: [
        AppComponent
    ]
})
export class AppModule { }

Add the select component to one of your templates:

<ng-select
	[multiple]="true"
	[options]="myOptions"
    [(ngModel)]="mySelectValue">
</ng-select>

In the corresponding component class, set the list of options (myOptions) and set up the two-way data binding by defining mySelectValue.

import {Component, OnInit} from '@angular/core';

@Component({
    selector: 'my-select',
    templateUrl: 'my-select.component.html'
})

export class App implements OnInit {

    options: Array<any>;
    mySelectValue: Array<string>; // Array of strings for multi select, string for single select.
        
    ngOnInit() {
        this.options = [
            {value: 'a', label: 'Alpha'},
            {value: 'b', label: 'Beta'},
            {value: 'c', label: 'Gamma'},
        ];
        this.mySelectValue = ['b', 'c'];
    }
}

In this example the last two options are selected in ngOnInit by initializing the mySelectValue to ['b', 'c']. Because of the two-way data binding, updating the mySelectValue will cause the selection in your view to be updated.

Use in reactive forms

The component can be used in an angular 2 form, just like you would use regular input or select elements (the angular2-select component implements the ControlValueAccessor interface).

For use in reactive forms, import the ReactiveFormsModule and SelectModule and add both to the list of imports of your application module:

import {BrowserModule} from '@angular/platform-browser';
import {NgModule} from '@angular/core';
import {ReactiveFormsModule} from '@angular/forms';
import {SelectModule} from 'angular2-select';

import {AppComponent} from './app.component';

@NgModule({
    imports: [
        BrowserModule,
        ReactiveFormsModule,
        SelectModule
    ],
    declarations: [
        AppComponent
    ],
    bootstrap: [
        AppComponent
    ]
})
export class AppModule { }

Add a form with the select component to your template:

<form
    [formGroup]="form">
    <ng-select
        [options]="myOptions"
		[multiple]="true"
        formControlName="mySelect">
    </ng-select>
</form>
<hr>
<div>
    Selected option id: {{form.value.mySelect}}
</div>`

Within the corresponding component set the list of select options (myOptions).

import {Component, OnInit} from '@angular/core';
import {FormControl, FormGroup} from '@angular/forms';

@Component({
    selector: 'my-select',
    templateUrl: 'my-select.component.html'
})

export class App implements OnInit {

    form: FormGroup;
    myOptions = [];

    ngOnInit() {
        this.myOptions = [
            {value: 'a', label: 'Alpha'},
            {value: 'b', label: 'Beta'},
            {value: 'c', label: 'Gamma'},
        ];
        this.form = new FormGroup({});
        this.form.addControl('mySelect', new FormControl(['b', 'c']));
    }
}

Input properties

Next to the obligatory options property, the ng-select tag supports the following optional properties:

<ng-select
	[options]="options"
	[multiple]="multiple"
    [placeholder]="myPlaceholderText"
    [allowClear]="canClearSelect">
</ng-select>

// ...

export class YourComponent implements {

    options: Array<any> = [
        {value: 'a', label: 'Alpha'},
        {value: 'b', label: 'Beta'},
        {value: 'c', label: 'Gamma'},
    ];
    multiple: boolean = true;
    myPlaceholderText: string = 'Select an option';
    canClearSelect: boolean = true;

    // ...
}

Optional properties will be set to their default value if they are not defined in the ng-select tag.

multiple

default: 'false'

A boolean to choose between single and multi-select.

placeholder

default: ''

The placeholder value is shown if no option is selected.

allowClear

default: 'false'

If set to true, a button with a cross that can be used to clear the currently selected option is shown if an option is selected.

Events

The angular2-select module emits output events to inform parent components that the select drop down is opened or closed, and that an item is selected or deselected.

A parent component can bind to these events with the output properties opened, closed, selected, and deselected:

<ng-select
	[options]="options"
	[multiple]="true"
    (opened)="onSelectOpened()"
    (closed)="onSelectClosed()"
    (selected)="onSelected($event)"
    (deselected)="onDeselected($event)">
</ng-select>

With the corresponding event handlers defined in the parent component's class:

onSelectOpened() {
    console.log('Select dropdown opened.');
}

onSelectClosed() {
    console.log('Select dropdown closed.');
}

onSelected(item) {
    console.log('Selected: ' + item.value + ', ' + item.label);
}

onDeselected(item) {
    console.log('Deselected: ' + item.value + ', ' + item.label);
}

The (de)selected item is provided as parameter to the selected and deselected events. This is an object with properties value and label, the same as the objects in the list of select options that was provided as input for the module.

Not supported

Select2 features that are currently not supported are:

  • Tests
  • Option groups
  • Loading remote data
  • Disabled mode
  • Disabled results
  • Multiselect
    • Limit the number of selections
    • Tagging
  • Localization, RTL
  • Themes
  • Templates

Develop

Clone or fork the repository and run:

npm install
gulp build

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