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SInputSelect

<SInputSelect> is a select input component. It uses the native select element under the hood. If you need a richer dropdown dialog, consider using SInputDropdown.

@globalbrain/sefirot/lib/components/SSInputSelect.vue

Usage

Import <SInputSelect> component and pass in options and value props.

vue
<script setup lang="ts">
import { ref } from 'vue'
import SInputSelect from '@globalbrain/sefirot/lib/components/SInputSelect.vue'

const input = ref(null)

const options = [
  { label: 'Item 001', value: 1 },
  { label: 'Item 002', value: 2 },
  { label: 'Item 003', value: 3 }
]
</script>

<template>
  <SInputSelect :options="options" v-model="input" />
</template>

Props

Here are the list of props you may pass to the component.

:size

Defines the size of the input. The default is small.

ts
interface Props {
  size?: 'mini' | 'small' | 'medium'
}
template
<SInputSelect
  size="small"
  :options="[...]"
  v-model="..."
/>

:label

Defines the label text of the input.

ts
interface Props {
  label?: string
}
template
<SInputSelect
  label="Name"
  :options="[...]"
  v-model="..."
/>

:info

Shows help icon after the label and shows info in a tooltip when the user hovers the label.

ts
interface Props {
  info?: string
}
template
<SInputSelect
  label="Country"
  info="Some helpful information."
  v-model="..."
/>

:note

Adds small help text after the label. Best used along with label prop.

ts
interface Props {
  note?: string
}
template
<SInputSelect
  label="Company URL"
  note="Optional"
  :options="[...]"
  v-model="..."
/>

:placeholder

Defines the placeholder text to show when the value is empty. When nullable is set, and placeholder is not defined, it will defaults to 'Please select'.

ts
interface Props {
  placeholder?: string
}
template
<SInputSelect
  placeholder="Please select"
  :options="[...]"
  v-model="..."
/>

:check-icon

Icon to display at corner right of label. Useful to show the status of a particular input.

ts
import { IconifyIcon } from '@iconify/vue/dist/offline'
import { DefineComponent } from 'vue'

interface Props {
  checkIcon?: IconifyIcon | DefineComponent
}
template
<SInputSelect :check-icon="IconCheckCircle" />

:check-text

Text to display alongside check-icon.

ts
interface Props {
  checkText?: string
}
template
<SInputSelect :check-text="Saved" />

:check-color

Defines the color of check-icon and check-text. The default is neutral.

ts
interface Props {
  checkColor?: Color
}

type Color =
  | 'neutral' 
  | 'mute' 
  | 'info' 
  | 'success' 
  | 'warning' 
  | 'danger'
template
<SInputSelect
  :check-icon="IconCheckCircle"
  check-text="Uploaded"
  check-color="success"
/>

:options

The list of selectable options for the input.

Each option may define disabled option. If an item is disabled, it will not show up in the dropdown list, but it can be shown as the selected item if the input value matches it.

ts
interface Props {
  options?: Option[]
}

export interface Option {
  label: string
  value: string | number | boolean
  disabled?: boolean
}
template
<SInputSelect
  :options="[
    { label: 'Item 001', value: 1 },
    { label: 'Item 002', value: 2 },
    { label: 'Item 003', value: 3, disabled: true }
  ]"
  v-model="..."
/>

:nullable

Enables an user to select null value option. The default is false. When this prop is set, the placeholder will be shown even if placeholder prop is not set in order to add null value option for users to select.

ts
interface Props {
  nullable?: boolean
}
template
<SInputSelect
  :options="[...]"
  nullable
  v-model="..."
/>

:disabled

Mark input as disabled. When this prop is set, users may not be able to focus the element not trigger any events.

ts
interface Props {
  disabled?: boolean
}
template
<SInputSelect
  :options="[...]"
  disabled
  v-model="..."
/>

:value

Sets the input value. When model-value prop is set (e.g. via v-model directive), this prop gets ignored.

ts
interface Props {
  value?: string | number | boolean | null
}
template
<SInputSelect
  :options="[...]"
  :value="1"
/>

:model-value

The v-model binding for the input.

ts
interface Props {
  modelValue?: string | number | boolean | null
}
template
<SInputSelect
  :options="[...]"
  v-model="1"
/>

:validation

The validation object for the input. It accepts Vuelidate like validation object and displays error if there're any.

ts
import { Ref } from 'vue'

interface Props {
  validation?: Validatable
}

export interface Validatable {
  readonly $dirty: boolean
  readonly $invalid: boolean
  readonly $errors: ValidatableError[]
  readonly $touch: () => void
}

export interface ValidatableError {
  readonly $message: string | Ref<string>
}
template
<SInputSelect
  :options="[...]"
  v-model="1"
  :validation="validation"
/>

:hide-error

Stop showing validation error message even when there are errors. This prop will not prevent the error color from appearing.

ts
interface Props {
  hideError?: boolean
}
template
<SInputSelect
  :options="[...]"
  v-model="1"
  :validation="validation"
  hide-error
/>

Slots

Here are the list of slots you may define within the component.

#info

Same as info prop. When info prop and this slot are defined at the same time, this slot will take precedence.

template
<SInputSelect label="Country" v-model="...">
  <template #info>
    Learn more about this field <SLink href="...">here</SLink>.
  </template>
</SInputSelect>

Events

Here are the list of events the component may emit.

@update:model-value

Emits when the user selects the item. This event is always emitted together with change event.

ts
interface Emits {
  (e: 'update:model-value', value: Value): void
}

type Value = string | number | boolean | null

@change

Emits when the user selects the item. This event is always emitted together with update:model-value event.

ts
interface Emits {
  (e: 'change', value: Value): void
}

type Value = string | number | boolean | null

Styles

You may customize the styles by overriding --input prefixed CSS variables.

Global input styles

You may customize the various styles of the component via global input related CSS variables. Please refer to Styles: Input Styles page.