First off let me thank you for creating this library of widgets, it is making my life so much easier.
On the jqxInput widget, is there a way to display the results of the callback without applying a filter (startswith, contains, etc.)? I was hoping that ‘none’ would apply no filter but apparently that suppresses the drop down list. I am trying to use this for an incremental search where the results might not directly contain the string being typed in. For example, if I type “birds”, I might get results like Eagle, Hawk, or Sparrow that that need to be displayed in the drop down list but cannot because the ‘contains’ filter removes them.
Please advise on if this widget is capable of similar function or if perhaps a different widget is more suitable. I’m rather new to this package and may have missed something when I reviewed the docs.
Unfortunately, jqxInput doesn’t have this kind of functionality.
The closest I can offer you is, in the dataBase you group the Items in big groups, and when you are searching in the widget, it will filter the group name, and after it is matched you can select an item from the group.
You should also take a look at jqxComboBox, but I dought it would be very useful for you.