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useSelectStore

Creates a select store to control the state of Select components.

Code examples

const select = useSelectStore({ defaultValue: "Apple" });
<Select store={select} />
<SelectPopover store={select}>
<SelectItem value="Apple" />
<SelectItem value="Orange" />

Optional Props


activeId

string | null | undefined = null

The current active item id. The active item is the element within the composite widget that has either DOM or virtual focus (in case virtualFocus is enabled).

  • null represents the base composite element (the one with a composite role). Users will be able to navigate out of it using arrow keys.

  • If activeId is initially set to null, the includesBaseElement prop will also default to true, which means the base composite element itself will have focus and users will be able to navigate to it using arrow keys.

Live examples


combobox

ComboboxStore<ComboboxStoreSelectedValue> | null | undefined

A reference to a combobox store. It's automatically set when composing Select with Combobox.


defaultActiveId

string | null | undefined

The composite item id that should be active by default when the composite widget is rendered. If null, the composite element itself will have focus and users will be able to navigate to it using arrow keys. If undefined, the first enabled item will be focused.


defaultItems

T[] | undefined = []

The defaut value for the items state.


defaultOpen

boolean | undefined = false

Whether the content should be visible by default.


defaultValue

MutableValue<T> | undefined

The default value. If not set, the first non-disabled item will be used.

Live examples


disclosure

DisclosureStore | null | undefined

A reference to another disclosure store that controls another disclosure component to keep them in sync. Element states like contentElement and disclosureElement won't be synced. For that, use the store prop instead.

Live examples


focusLoop

boolean | Orientation = false

Determines how the focus behaves when the user reaches the end of the composite widget.

On one-dimensional composite widgets:

  • true loops from the last item to the first item and vice-versa.

  • horizontal loops only if orientation is horizontal or not set.

  • vertical loops only if orientation is vertical or not set.

  • If includesBaseElement is set to true (or activeId is initially set to null), the composite element will be focused in between the last and first items.

On two-dimensional composite widgets (when using CompositeRow or explicitly passing a rowId prop to composite items):

  • true loops from the last row/column item to the first item in the same row/column and vice-versa. If it's the last item in the last row, it moves to the first item in the first row and vice-versa.

  • horizontal loops only from the last row item to the first item in the same row.

  • vertical loops only from the last column item to the first item in the column row.

  • If includesBaseElement is set to true (or activeId is initially set to null), vertical loop will have no effect as moving down from the last row or up from the first row will focus on the composite element.

  • If focusWrap matches the value of focusLoop, it'll wrap between the last item in the last row or column and the first item in the first row or column and vice-versa.

Live examples


focusShift

boolean = false

Works only on two-dimensional composite widgets.

If enabled, moving up or down when there's no next item or when the next item is disabled will shift to the item right before it.


focusWrap

boolean | Orientation = false

Works only on two-dimensional composite widgets.

If enabled, moving to the next item from the last one in a row or column will focus on the first item in the next row or column and vice-versa.

  • true wraps between rows and columns.

  • horizontal wraps only between rows.

  • vertical wraps only between columns.

  • If focusLoop matches the value of focusWrap, it'll wrap between the last item in the last row or column and the first item in the first row or column and vice-versa.


includesBaseElement

boolean = false

Indicates if the composite base element (the one with a composite role) should be part of the focus order when navigating with arrow keys. In other words, moving to the previous element when the first item is in focus will focus on the composite element itself. The same applies to the last item when moving to the next element.

Live examples


items

T[]

Lists all items along with their metadata. This state is automatically updated when an item is registered or unregistered using the registerItem function.


open

boolean = false

Whether the content is visible.

Live examples


orientation

Orientation = "vertical"

Defines the orientation of the composite widget. If the composite has a single row or column (one-dimensional), the orientation value determines which arrow keys can be used to move focus:

  • both: all arrow keys work.

  • horizontal: only left and right arrow keys work.

  • vertical: only up and down arrow keys work.

It doesn't have any effect on two-dimensional composites.


placement

Placement = "bottom-start"

The placement of the popover.

Live examples


popover

PopoverStore | null | undefined

A reference to another popover store that's controlling another popover to keep them in sync.


rtl

boolean = false

Determines how the next and previous functions will behave. If rtl is set to true, they will be inverted.

This only affects the composite widget behavior. You still need to set dir="rtl" on HTML/CSS.


setActiveId

((activeId: string | null | undefined) => void) | undefined

A callback that gets called when the activeId state changes.

Live examples


setItems

BivariantCallback<(items: T[]) => void> | undefined

A callback that gets called when the items state changes.

Code examples

const [items, setItems] = useState([]);
const collection = useCollectionStore({ items, setItems });

setMounted

((mounted: boolean) => void) | undefined

A callback that gets called when the mounted state changes.

Code examples

const [mounted, setMounted] = useState(false);
const disclosure = useDisclosureStore({ setMounted });

setOpen

((open: boolean) => void) | undefined

A callback that gets called when the open state changes.

Code examples

const [open, setOpen] = useState(false);
const disclosure = useDisclosureStore({ open, setOpen });

setValue

BivariantCallback<(value: MutableValue<T>) => void> | undefined

Function that will be called when the value state changes.

Live examples


setValueOnMove

boolean = false

Whether the select value should be set when the active item changes by moving (which usually happens when moving to an item using the keyboard).

Live examples


store

Store<Partial<S>> | undefined

Another store object that will be kept in sync with the original store.

Live examples


value

MutableValue<T>

The select value.

Live examples


virtualFocus

boolean = true

If enabled, the composite element will act as an aria-activedescendant container instead of roving tabindex. DOM focus will remain on the composite element while its items receive virtual focus.

In both scenarios, the item in focus will carry the data-active-item attribute.


animated

number | boolean | undefined

Deprecated: Manually setting the animated prop is no longer necessary. This will be removed in a future release.

Determines whether the content should animate when it is shown or hidden.

  • If true, the animating state will be true when the content is shown or hidden and it will wait for a CSS animation/transition to end before becoming false.

  • If it's set to a number, the animating state will be true when the content is shown or hidden and it will wait for the number of milliseconds to pass before becoming false.

Return Props


disclosure

DisclosureStore | null | undefined

A reference to another disclosure store that controls another disclosure component to keep them in sync. Element states like contentElement and disclosureElement won't be synced. For that, use the store prop instead.

Live examples


combobox

ComboboxStore<ComboboxStoreSelectedValue> | null | undefined

A reference to a combobox store. It's automatically set when composing Select with Combobox.


setValue

SetState<MutableValue<T>>

Sets the value state.

Code examples

store.setValue("Apple");
store.setValue(["Apple", "Banana"]);
store.setValue((value) => value === "Apple" ? "Banana" : "Apple"));

setActiveId

SetState<string | null | undefined>

Sets the activeId state without moving focus. If you want to move focus, use the move function instead.

Live examples

Code examples

// Sets the composite element as the active item
store.setActiveId(null);
// Sets the item with id "item-1" as the active item
store.setActiveId("item-1");
// Sets the next item as the active item
store.setActiveId(store.next());

setOpen

SetState<boolean>

Sets the open state.

Live examples

Code examples

store.setOpen(true);
store.setOpen((open) => !open);

setBaseElement

SetState<HTMLElement | null>

Sets the baseElement state.


move

(id?: string | null | undefined) => void

Moves focus to a given item id and sets it as the active item.

  • Passing null will focus on the composite element itself (the one with a composite role). Users will be able to navigate out of it using arrow keys.

  • If you want to set the active item id without moving focus, use the setActiveId function instead.

Live examples

Code examples

// Moves focus to the composite element
store.move(null);
// Moves focus to the item with id "item-1"
store.move("item-1");
// Moves focus to the next item
store.move(store.next());

next

(skip?: number | undefined) => string | null | undefined

Returns the id of the next enabled item based on the current activeId state.

Live examples

Code examples

const nextId = store.next();
const nextNextId = store.next(2);

previous

(skip?: number | undefined) => string | null | undefined

Returns the id of the previous enabled item based on the current activeId state.

Live examples

Code examples

const previousId = store.previous();
const previousPreviousId = store.previous(2);

up

(skip?: number | undefined) => string | null | undefined

Returns the id of the enabled item above based on the current activeId state.

Code examples

const upId = store.up();
const upUpId = store.up(2);

down

(skip?: number | undefined) => string | null | undefined

Returns the id of the enabled item below based on the current activeId state.

Code examples

const downId = store.down();
const downDownId = store.down(2);

first

() => string | null | undefined

Returns the id of the first enabled item.

Live examples


last

() => string | null | undefined

Returns the id of the last enabled item.

Live examples


registerItem

BivariantCallback<(item: T) => () => void>

Registers an item in the collection. This function returns a cleanup function that unregisters the item.

Code examples

const unregisterItem = store.registerItem({ id: "item-1" });
// on cleanup
unregisterItem();

renderItem

BivariantCallback<(item: T) => () => void>

Renders an item in the collection. This function returns a cleanup function that unmounts the item.

Code examples

const unrenderItem = store.renderItem({ id: "item-1" });
// on cleanup
unrenderItem();

item

(id: string | null | undefined) => T | null

Gets an item by its id.

Live examples

Code examples

const item = store.item("item-1");

setAnchorElement

SetState<HTMLElement | null>

Sets the anchor element.

Live examples


setPopoverElement

SetState<HTMLElement | null>

Sets the popover element.


setArrowElement

SetState<HTMLElement | null>

Sets the arrow element.


render

() => void

A function that can be used to recompute the popover position. This is useful when the popover anchor changes in a way that affects the popover position.

Live examples


show

() => void

Sets the open state to true.

Live examples


hide

() => void

Sets the open state to false.

Live examples


toggle

() => void

Toggles the open state.


stopAnimation

() => void

Deprecated: Use setState("animating", false) instead.

Sets the animating state to false, which will automatically set the mounted state to false if it was true. This means that the content element can be safely unmounted.


setContentElement

SetState<HTMLElement | null>

Sets the contentElement state.


setDisclosureElement

SetState<HTMLElement | null>

Sets the disclosureElement state.

Live examples


setSelectElement

SetState<HTMLElement | null>

Sets the selectElement state.


setLabelElement

SetState<HTMLElement | null>

Sets the labelElement state.


getState

() => S

Returns the current store state.


setState

<K extends keyof S>(key: K, value: SetStateAction<S[K]>) => void

Sets a state value.


useState

UseState<StoreState<T>>

Re-renders the component when the state changes and returns the current state.

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