Monday, April 23rd, 2007

AutoSuggestMenu 1.1

Category: .NET, Atlas, Component, JavaScript

Auto Suggest

Eric Popivker has released AutoSuggestMenu 1.1, a .NET component for doing the old-faithful-autosuggest feature that helped to get Ajax on the map (pun intended).


  • Attaches itself to a specified text box.
  • Utilizes Microsoft AJAX Extensions and JSON to retrieve data from the server.
  • Uses paging to iterate through a large number of suggestions
  • Enables user to use up/down keys or mouse to select appropriate item in auto-complete box.
  • Easy to add to existing ASP.NET applications.
  • Customize the look of auto-complete box using CSS.
  • Allows for multiple AutoSuggestMenus on one page.
  • Supports IE, FireFox and Safari.
  • All code and demos are included.
  • Totally free.

Posted by Dion Almaer at 7:54 am

3.6 rating from 82 votes


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I have a more full-featured combo box I use for some projects, but for easy integration into existing sites, this will do nicely.

Comment by Will — April 23, 2007

@Will: what kind of features do you have than?

Comment by Henk — April 24, 2007

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