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    ion-intl-tel-input-customized

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    Interstellus Ionic International Telephone Input

    An Ionic component for International Phone Number Input, that allows all countries, validation with google phone lib, limited countries, preferred countries, virtual scrolling and much more.

    Contents

    Supported Ionic Versions

    • Ionic 4 (>=4.0.0)

    Getting Started

    Step 1: Install it.

    Install Independently

    npm install ion-intl-tel-input --save
    

    Or Install with All dependencies

    npm install ion-intl-tel-input ionic-selectable flag-icon-css google-libphonenumber --save
    

    Add flag styles

    Add the following to your styles array of project in angular.json (located in projects root directory).

    {
      "input": "node_modules/flag-icon-css/sass/flag-icon.scss"
    }
    

    Step 2: Import it.

    First, import IonIntlTelInputModule to your app.module.ts that is normally located in src\app\app.module.ts.

    import { IonIntlTelInputModule } from 'ion-intl-tel-input';
    
    @NgModule({
      imports: [
        IonIntlTelInputModule
      ]
    })
    export class AppModule { }
    
    

    Note: Additionally, if you are using lazy loaded pages. Check if your pages have a module file, for example, home.module.ts, and if they do then import IonIntlTelInputModule to each page module too.

    import { IonIntlTelInputModule } from 'ion-intl-tel-input';
    import { HomePage } from './home';
    
    @NgModule({
      declarations: [
        HomePage
      ],
      imports: [
        IonicPageModule.forChild(HomePage),
        IonIntlTelInputModule
      ]
    })
    export class HomePageModule { }
    

    Step 3: Add it to template.

    a. Usage with Template Driven Forms

    <form>
      <ion-item>
        <ion-label position="stacked">Tel Input</ion-label>
        <ion-intl-tel-input 
          id="phone-number" 
          name="phone-number" 
          [(ngModel)]="phoneNumber" 
          #phoneNumberControl="ngModel" >
        </ion-intl-tel-input>
      </ion-item>
    </form>
    

    b. Usage with Reactive Forms

    <form [formGroup]="form" (ngSubmit)="onSubmit()">
      <ion-item>
        <ion-label position="floating">Tel Input</ion-label>
        <ion-intl-tel-input 
          formControlName="phoneNumber" >
        </ion-intl-tel-input>
      </ion-item>
    </form>
    

    Step 4: Configure it.

    a. Usage with Template Driven Forms

    import { IonIntlTelInputModel } from 'ion-intl-tel-input';
    
    phone: IonIntlTelInputModel = {
      dialCode: '+92',
      internationalNumber: '+92 300 1234567',
      isoCode: 'pk',
      nationalNumber: '300 1234567'
    };
    
    @Component({ ... })
    export class HomePage {
    
      phoneNumber = {
        dialCode: '+92',
        internationalNumber: '+92 300 1234567',
        isoCode: 'pk',
        nationalNumber: '300 1234567'
      };
    
      constructor() { }
    }
    

    b. Usage with Reactive Forms

    import { IonIntlTelInputModel } from 'ion-intl-tel-input';
    
    @Component({ ... })
    export class HomePage implements OnInit {
    
      phone: IonIntlTelInputModel = {
        dialCode: '+92',
        internationalNumber: '+92 300 1234567',
        isoCode: 'pk',
        nationalNumber: '300 1234567'
      };
      formValue = {phoneNumber: this.phone};
      form: FormGroup;
    
      constructor() { }
    
      ngOnInit() {
        this.form = new FormGroup({
          phoneNumber: new FormControl({
            value: this.formValue.phoneNumber
          })
        });
      }
    
      get phoneNumber() { return this.form.get('phoneNumber'); }
    
      onSubmit() {
        console.log(this.phoneNumber.value);
      }
    }
    

    Step 5: Add validation.

    a. Usage with Template Driven Forms

    <form>
      <ion-item>
        <ion-label position="stacked">Tel Input</ion-label>
        <ion-intl-tel-input 
          id="phone-number" 
          name="phone-number" 
          [(ngModel)]="phoneNumber" 
          #phoneNumberControl="ngModel"
          ionIntlTelInputValid >
        </ion-intl-tel-input>
      </ion-item>
    
      <div *ngIf="phoneNumberControl.invalid && phoneNumberControl.touched">
        <ion-text color="danger" *ngIf="phoneNumberControl.errors.required">
          <p class="ion-no-margin"><sub>Phone is required.</sub></p>
        </ion-text>
        <ion-text color="danger" *ngIf="phoneNumberControl.errors.phone">
          <p class="ion-no-margin"><sub>Phone is not valid.</sub></p>
        </ion-text>
      </div>
    </form>
    

    b. Usage with Reactive Forms

    <form [formGroup]="form" (ngSubmit)="onSubmit()">
      <ion-item>
        <ion-label position="floating">Tel Input</ion-label>
        <ion-intl-tel-input 
          formControlName="phoneNumber" >
        </ion-intl-tel-input>
      </ion-item>
    
      <div *ngIf="phoneNumber.invalid && phoneNumber.touched">
        <ion-text color="danger" *ngIf="phoneNumber.errors.required">
          <p class="ion-no-margin"><sub>Phone is required.</sub></p>
        </ion-text>
        <ion-text color="danger" *ngIf="phoneNumber.errors.phone">
          <p class="ion-no-margin"><sub>Phone number is not valid.</sub></p>
        </ion-text>
      </div>
    </form>
    

    And in your .ts file:

    import { IonIntlTelInputModel } from 'ion-intl-tel-input';
    import { IonIntlTelInputValidators } from 'is-ion-intl-tel-input';
    
    @Component({ ... })
    export class HomePage implements OnInit {
    
      phone: IonIntlTelInputModel = {
        dialCode: '+92',
        internationalNumber: '+92 300 1234567',
        isoCode: 'pk',
        nationalNumber: '300 1234567'
      };
      formValue = {phoneNumber: this.phone};
      form: FormGroup;
    
      constructor() { }
    
      ngOnInit() {
        this.form = new FormGroup({
          phoneNumber: new FormControl({
            value: this.formValue.phoneNumber
          }, [
            Validators.required,
            IonIntlTelInputValidators.phone
          ])
        });
      }
    
      get phoneNumber() { return this.form.get('phoneNumber'); }
    
      onSubmit() {
        console.log(this.phoneNumber.value);
      }
    }
    

    Options

    Option Type Default Description
    defaultCountryiso string NULL Iso Code of default selected Country.
    dialCodePrefix string + Determines whether to use 00 or + as dial code prefix. Available attributes are + and 00.
    enableAutoCountrySelect boolean false Determines whether to select automatic country based on user input.
    enablePlaceholder boolean true Determines whether an example number will be shown as a placeholder in input.
    fallbackPlaceholder string NULL A fallaback placeholder to be used if no example number is found for a country.
    inputPlaceholder string NULL If a custom placeholder is needed for input. If this property is set it will override enablePlaceholderand only this placeholder will be shown.
    maxLength string 15 Maximum Length for input.
    modalTitle string Select Country Title of modal opened to select country dial code.
    modalCssClass string NULL CSS class to attach to dial code selection modal.
    modalSearchPlaceholder string Enter country name Placeholder for input in dial code selection modal.
    modalCloseText string Close Text for close button in dial code selection modal.
    modalCloseButtonSlot string end Slot for close button in dial code selection modal. Ionic slots are supported.
    modalCanSearch boolean true Determines whether dial code selection modal should be searchable or not.
    modalShouldBackdropClose boolean true Determines whether dial code selection modal is closed on backdrop click.
    modalShouldFocusSearchbar boolean true Determines whether input should be focused when dial code selection modal is opened.
    modalSearchFailText string No countries found Determines whether input should be focused when dial code selection modal is opened.
    onlyCountries string[] [] List of iso codes of manually selected countries as string, which will appear in the dropdown. Note: onlyCountries should be a string array of country iso codes.
    preferredCountries string[] [] List of iso codes as string of countries, which will appear at the top in dial code selection modal. Note: preferredCountries should be a string array of country iso codes.
    selectFirstCountry boolean true Determines whether first country should be selected in dial code select or not.
    separateDialCode boolean true Determines whether to visually separate dialcode into the drop down element.

    Events

    Event Name Type Description
    numberChange EventEmitter<any> Fires when the Phone number Input is changed.
    numberBlur EventEmitter<any> Fires when the Phone number Input is blurred.
    numberFocus EventEmitter<any> Fires when the Phone number Input is focused.
    numberInput EventEmitter<any> Fires when the user is typing in Phone number Input.
    codeChange EventEmitter<any> Fires when the dial code selection is changed.
    codeOpen EventEmitter<any> Fires when the dial code selection modal is opened.
    codeClose EventEmitter<any> Fires when the dial code selection modal is closed.
    codeSelect EventEmitter<any> Fires when a dial code is selected in dial code selection modal.

    Contributing

    This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

    Versioning

    We use SemVer for versioning.

    Authors

    See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.

    License

    This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details

    Acknowledgments

    This project would never have been possible without the following great plugins:

    So please do go ahead and give them a star for their efforts.

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    npm i ion-intl-tel-input-customized

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