autoComplete.js is a simple pure vanilla Javascript library that's progressively designed for speed, high versatility and seamless integration with wide range of projects & systems, made for users and developers in mind.

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Would you recommend this product?
3 Reviews5.0/5

I really like that this project has a declared clear future road map to enhance and improve the library, which looks to be upadted based on the developer‘s vision and the users requirments.

Pros:

1- Different Search Engine Modes!

2- Super fast

3- Tiny footprint

4- Customizable & hackable

5- Written in simple plain vanilla javascript

Cons:

1- No keyboard navigation, but it‘s on the library’s road map already.

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Tarek
Maker
UI/UX Designer & Frontend Developer
Words and Photos wont say it all, you have to try it yourself. https://tarekraafat.github.io/au... Let me know what you think! 😃
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@tarekraafat awesome lib. Would love to watch improvements!
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Tarek
Maker
UI/UX Designer & Frontend Developer
@vladkorobov thank you so much. The Best is yet to come, so stay tuned!
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Zahin AlwaSoftware Engineer @AdPushup
Great work with library @tarekraafat ! I just tested the demo and love it already ❤️ . Silky smooth animations 👍 I will use it soon and let you know if i found any issue or any way with which we can make it even better!
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Tarek
Maker
UI/UX Designer & Frontend Developer
@zahinize thank you so much, I'm really glad you love it! 😊 Hope it comes in handy for you, and looking forward to your feedback and contributions!
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TextrasCEO, Textras Inc
I'll dig in more TMR but looks 💯 Vanilla JS ♥️
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Tarek
Maker
UI/UX Designer & Frontend Developer
@textras Hope you like it and it comes in handy for you. Let me know your thoughts.
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Paul Tomkinson
Founder, Textras
@textras @tarekraafat We are adopting it today :) Roadmap looks good!
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Joshua Pinter
Product at CNTRAL. Maker of ntwrk.
Can the `data` source be dynamic/RESTful API endpoint instead of a static list?
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Tarek
Maker
UI/UX Designer & Frontend Developer
@joshuapinter actually this is a really good idea, and i've been planning something similar to it but still planning the best way of implementation, stay tuned for that. But still you have couple of work arounds that could be done currently to achieve same results and this is part of autoComplete.js flexibility. I would gladly help you with anything related just let me know, cheers! :)
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