An Ionic component similar to Ionic Select, that allows to search items, including async search, group, add, edit, delete items, and much more.

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import ionicSelectable from '';


Ionic Selectable v5(alpha) is here

@ionic-selectable/core for Vanilla JS

@ionic-selectable/angular for Angular

  • Made with stencil
  • Web components
  • Suport for Vainilla JS
  • Suport for Angular
  • Other frameworks support is coming!!!
  • More info

Ionic Selectable

npm npm npm

Demo | Features | Getting started | FAQ | Docs

An Ionic component similar to Ionic Select, that allows to search items, including async search, infinite scrolling and more.

iOS Demo


Supported Ionic versions

  • Ionic 3 (3.6.0 - 3.9.2)
  • Ionic 4 (>=4.0.0)


Getting started

  1. Install it.
// Ionic 3
npm install ionic-selectable@3.5.0 --save

// Ionic 4
npm install ionic-selectable@4.8.0 --save
  1. Import it.
    First, import IonicSelectableModule to your app.module.ts that is normally located in src\app\app.module.ts.
import { IonicSelectableModule } from 'ionic-selectable';

  imports: [
export class AppModule { }

Note: Additionally, if you use Ionic 3+ you might be as well using lazy loaded pages. Check if your pages have a module file, for example, home.module.ts, and if they do then import IonicSelectableModule to each page module too.

import { IonicSelectableModule } from 'ionic-selectable';
import { HomePage } from './home';

  declarations: [
  imports: [
export class HomePageModule { }

  1. Add it to template.
    item-content // Required for Ionic 3 only.
  1. Configure it.
import { IonicSelectableComponent } from 'ionic-selectable';

class Port {
  public id: number;
  public name: string;

@Component({ ... })
export class HomePage {
  ports: Port[];
  port: Port;

  constructor() {
    this.ports = [
      { id: 1, name: 'Tokai' },
      { id: 2, name: 'Vladivostok' },
      { id: 3, name: 'Navlakhi' }

  portChange(event: {
    component: IonicSelectableComponent,
    value: any
  }) {
    console.log('port:', event.value);
  1. Enjoy it 😉
  2. Check out live demos to see what it is capable of.
    Also, explore the docs and FAQ to learn more about its features.


For contribution and delevopment please refer to Contribution.

Share it

If you find this component useful, please star the repo to let others know that it's reliable. Also, share it with friends and colleagues who might find it useful as well. Thank you 😄