HTML User Picker now on GitHub!

It’s taking a bit longer to get out Part 2 of creating a user picker in HTML, CSS and jQuery than I’d initially expected. In the interim the User Picker has evolved into a more generic picker useful for other types of data. As such it’s undergone some heavy modification to strip out specific references to users / employees and gained some additional configuration options.

I had almost the entire Part 2 post written and ready the night I published Part 1. I only needed to do a bit of cleanup of the user picker to remove any traces of specific information and get it ready for people to view publicly. With all the changes that have happened since, the post is basically obsolete. It wouldn’t be kind to force people to wait for it to be rewritten before letting you see the current code and begin using it. I’ll try to get the blog post out soon for those interested in the process of creating a jQuery plugin but I have a feeling the source is much more highly desired!

The picker – now called entitypicker – can be found on GitHub. There is also a hastily thrown-together demo page. The demo uses Yahoo services to do YQL queries for city names.

This is my first jQuery plugin and most complex bit of HTML, CSS and JavaScript I’ve ever attempted to write. Please keep that in mind when you’re reviewing it. I look forward to feedback and hopefully some contributions to help make it more useful and solid.

Be kind,
-Erik

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3 responses to “HTML User Picker now on GitHub!

  1. Very cool. Can’t wait to check it out.

  2. Ah, here it is! I’ll try it out

  3. Pingback: HTML User Picker using jQuery + UI (part 1) | Erik Noren's Tech Stuff

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