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RE: Does Onsen have a search element?
Thanks @Fran Diox
I’m not a coder and would struggle with attempting to code this feature.
In JQM, I simply added the data-filter to my <div> and that was all there was too it. The code worked behind the scenes. Onsen is beautiful and fast. I wish that I had the ability to rewrite my little app in Onsen. Maybe after I do my app’s next update, I can figure out how to add this feature via .js. If so, I’ll try Onsen to see if I can get it to do what I need.
Does Onsen have a search element?
I’m trying to find a replacement framework for jquerymobile. I have an app that I’d like to rewrite. My app has a JQM search bar that automatically searches my lists. I’ve seen reference to an onsen input search feature but nothing that relates to a general search bar element that can be added for lists. JQM made this so easy. (data-filter=“true”)
Thanks for your time in answering my question.
Vanilla JS Onsen-ui: type="date" not working in Safari test
Hello Good People,
<ons-list-item modifier="nodivider"> <div class="center"> <ons-input id="testdate-input" type="date" placeholder="Test date" float></ons-input> </div> </ons-list-item>
I’ve also tried:
<ons-input id="testdate-input" type="date" name= "test" placeholder="Test date" float>
This simple code isn’t working for me when I test it in Safari. There is no calendar popup. I’ve read the WC3 and it looks like I’m doing it properly for HTML5. I haven’t tried any plugins as they all seem to depend on angular, jQuery or cordova.
Is there an error or (probably) something that I am missing. I’ve searched the form and found a few posts related to angular, but nothing relates to this issue.
I’ve also noticed some kind of a bug possible report. Is this an onset-ui bug. Help would be appreciated and rewarded with a smile. :smiley: