# appendToBody v3.7.0+

Append the dropdown element to the end of the body and size/position it dynamically. Use it if you have overflow or z-index issues.

See Dropdown Position for more details.

appendToBody: {
    type: Boolean,
    default: false
},

# autocomplete

The value provided here will be bound to the autocomplete HTML attribute on the search input. Defaults to off.

autocomplete: {
    type: String,
    default: 'off'
},

# autoscroll v3.10.0+

When true, the dropdown will automatically scroll to ensure that the option highlighted is fully within the dropdown viewport when navigating with keyboard arrows.

autoscroll: {
  type: Boolean,
  default: true
}

# calculatePosition v3.7.0+

When appendToBody is true, this function is responsible for positioning the drop down list.

If a function is returned from calculatePosition, it will be called when the drop down list is removed from the DOM. This allows for any garbage collection you may need to do.

See Dropdown Position for more details.

calculatePosition: {
    type: Function,
    /**
     * @param dropdownList {HTMLUListElement}
     * @param component {Vue} current instance of vue select
     * @param width {string} calculated width in pixels of the dropdown menu
     * @param top {string} absolute position top value in pixels relative to the document
     * @param left {string} absolute position left value in pixels relative to the document
     * @return {function|void}
     */
    default(dropdownList, component, {width, top, left}) {
      dropdownList.style.top = top;
      dropdownList.style.left = left;
      dropdownList.style.width = width;
    }
}

# clearable

Can the user clear the selected property?

clearable: {
	type: Boolean,
	default: true
},

# clearSearchOnBlur

Enables/disables clearing the search text when the search input is blurred.

clearSearchOnBlur: {
    type: Function,
    default: function ({ clearSearchOnSelect, multiple }) {
      return clearSearchOnSelect && !multiple
    }
},

# clearSearchOnSelect

Enables/disables clearing the search text when an option is selected.

clearSearchOnSelect: {
	type: Boolean,
	default: true
},

# closeOnSelect

Close a dropdown when an option is chosen. Set to false to keep the dropdown open (useful when combined with multi-select, for example)

closeOnSelect: {
	type: Boolean,
	default: true
},

# components v3.1.0+

API to overwrite default vue-select components with your own. This can be used to change the clear button or select chevron with your own markup.

The object provided to the components prop will be merged with Vue Select's default components.

See Components guide for more details.

import Deselect from './Deselect';
import OpenIndicator from './OpenIndicator';

// ...

components: {
  type: Object,
  default: function () {
      Deselect,
      OpenIndicator
  }
},

# createOption

User defined function for adding Options

createOption: {
  type: Function,
  default(newOption) {
    if (typeof this.optionList[0] === 'object') {
      newOption = {[this.label]: newOption}
    }

    this.$emit('option:created', newOption)
    return newOption
  }
},

# dir

Sets RTL support. Accepts ltr, rtl, auto.

dir: {
	type: String,
	default: "auto"
},

# disabled

Disable the entire component.

disabled: {
	type: Boolean,
	default: false
},

# filter

Callback to filter results when search text is provided. Default implementation loops each option, and returns the result of this.filterBy.

filter: {
	type: Function,
	default(options, search) {
		return options.filter(option => {
			let label = this.getOptionLabel(option);
			if (typeof label === "number") {
				label = label.toString();
			}
			return this.filterBy(option, label, search);
		});
	}
},

# filterable

When true, existing options will be filtered by the search text. Should not be used in conjunction with taggable.

filterable: {
	type: Boolean,
	default: true
},

# filterBy

Callback to determine if the provided option should match the current search text. Used to determine if the option should be displayed.

filterBy: {
  type: Function,
  default(option, label, search) {
    return (label || '').toLowerCase().indexOf(search.toLowerCase()) > -1
  }
},

# getOptionKey

Callback to get an option key. If option is an object and has an id, returns option.id by default, otherwise tries to serialize option to JSON.

The key must be unique for an option.

getOptionKey: {
  type: Function,
  default(option) {
    if (typeof option === 'object' && option.id) {
      return option.id
    } else {
      try {
        return JSON.stringify(option)
      } catch(e) {
        return console.warn(
          `[vue-select warn]: Could not stringify option ` +
          `to generate unique key. Please provide 'getOptionKey' prop ` +
          `to return a unique key for each option.\n` +
          'https://vue-select.org/api/props.html#getoptionkey'
        )
        return null
      }
    }
  }
},

# getOptionLabel

Callback to generate the label text. If {option} is an object, returns option[this.label] by default.

Label text is used for filtering comparison and displaying. If you only need to adjust the display, you should use the option and selected-option slots.

getOptionLabel: {
  type: Function,
  default(option) {
    if (typeof option === 'object') {
      if (!option.hasOwnProperty(this.label)) {
        return console.warn(
          `[vue-select warn]: Label key "option.${this.label}" does not` +
          ` exist in options object ${JSON.stringify(option)}.\n` +
          'https://vue-select.org/api/props.html#getoptionlabel'
        )
      }
      return option[this.label]
    }
    return option;
  }
},

# inputId

Sets the id of the input element.

inputId: {
	type: String
},

# label

Tells vue-select what key to use when generating option labels when each option is an object.

label: {
	type: String,
	default: "label"
},

# maxHeight

Deprecated in `v2.x` & Removed in `v3.0`

This prop was removed in v3.0. You can use the $vs-dropdown-max-height SCSS variable to adjust this setting in v3.x.

Sets the max-height property on the dropdown list.

maxHeight: {
	type: String,
	default: "400px"
},

# multiple

Equivalent to the multiple attribute on a <select> input.

multiple: {
	type: Boolean,
	default: false
},

# noDrop

Disable the dropdown entirely.

noDrop: {
	type: Boolean,
	default: false
},

# onTab

Select the current value if selectOnTab is enabled

onTab: {
	type: Function,
	default: function() {
		if (this.selectOnTab) {
			this.typeAheadSelect();
		}
	}
},

# options

An array of strings or objects to be used as dropdown choices. If you are using an array of objects, vue-select will look for a label key (ex. [{label: 'Canada', value: 'CA'}]). A custom label key can be set with the label prop.

options: {
	type: Array,
	default() {
		return [];
	}
},

# placeholder

Equivalent to the placeholder attribute on an <input>.

placeholder: {
	type: String,
	default: ""
},

# pushTags

When true, newly created tags will be added to the options list.

pushTags: {
	type: Boolean,
	default: false
},

# reduce

When working with objects, the reduce prop allows you to transform a given object to only the information you want passed to a v-model binding or @input event.

reduce: {
  type: Function,
  default: option => option,
},

# resetOnOptionsChange

When false, updating the options will not reset the selected value.

Since v3.4+ the prop accepts either a boolean or function that returns a boolean.

If defined as a function, it will receive the params listed below.

/**
* @type {Boolean|Function}
* @param {Array} newOptions
* @param {Array} oldOptions
* @param {Array} selectedValue
*/
resetOnOptionsChange: {
    default: false,
    validator: (value) => ['function', 'boolean'].includes(typeof value)
},

# searchable

Enable/disable filtering the options.

searchable: {
	type: Boolean,
	default: true
},

# selectable v3.3.0+

The selectable prop determines if an option is selectable or not. If selectable returns false for a given option, it will be displayed with a vs__dropdown-option--disabled class. The option will be disabled and unable to be selected.

selectable: {
  type: Function,
  /**
   * @param {Object|String} option
   * @return {boolean}
   */
  default: option => true,
},

# selectOnTab

When true, hitting the 'tab' key will select the current select value

selectOnTab: {
	type: Boolean,
	default: false
}

# tabindex

Set the tabindex for the input field.

tabindex: {
	type: Number,
	default: null
},

# taggable

Enable/disable creating options from searchInput.

taggable: {
	type: Boolean,
	default: false
},

# transition

Sets a Vue transition property on the .dropdown-menu. vue-select does not include CSS for transitions, you'll need to add them yourself.

transition: {
	type: String,
	default: "fade"
},

# value

Contains the currently selected value. Very similar to a value attribute on an <input>. You can listen for changes using 'change' event using v-on.

value: {
	default: null
},