A Smart input Tags Component with Vue 3

A Smart input Tags Component with Vue 3
Smart input tags for Vue .A Smart input Tags Component with Vue 3

Edit smart-tagz

✨ Features

  • ⚑ Autosuggest with support for keyboard selection.
  • ✏️ Edit the tags inline by double clicking them.
  • 🏷️ Paste strings with delimiters of your choice and the component will create the tags for you.
  • πŸ—‘οΈ Quickly delete the tags with a visual confirmation before removing a tag.
  • 🧹 Quickly clear all tags with quick-delete mode.
  • πŸ”’ Β Lock the component using the readonly mode.
  • βœ‹ Β Restrict the number of tags and Handle duplicates gracefully.
  • 🌈 Customize the colors.

⚑ Installation

yarn install smart-tagz

πŸš€ Getting Started

smart-tagz has some great defaults to get you started quickly. Please check the props list for all options.

    inputPlaceholder="Select Countries ..."
    :allowPaste="{delimiter: ','}"
    :defaultTags="['United Kingdom', 'Uruguay', 'Uzbekistan']"

import { SmartTagz } from "smart-tagz";
import "smart-tagz/dist/smart-tagz.css";

import { defineComponent } from "vue";

export default defineComponent({
  name: "Basic",
  components: {

🍬 Demos

Head to our demo page for examples showcasing all the features.



Prop Type Description Default
defaultTags Array initialize with a default set of tags []
width String width of the container 100%
autosuggest Boolean Enables the autosuggest feature. you also need to set the sources for the autosuggest to work. false
sources Array Works as the datasource for the autosuggest feature []
allowPaste { delimiter: String } Parses the pasted string based on the passed delimiter and creates tags automatically {delimiter: β€œ,”}
editable Boolean makes the tags editable false
allowDuplicates Boolean allows/disallows duplicate tag entries while pasted or entered manually. true
maxTags Number sets the Maximum number of tags 10
inputPlaceholder String Placeholder for the input box. β€œEnter tag…”
readOnly Boolean Makes the whole component readOnly. ideal for display only purposes. false
quick-delete Boolean When enabled all the tags can be cleared by CTRL + A, DEL false

Default Tags

We can initialize smart-tagz with some default tags. This setting will mostly be used along with the readonly prop to create tags for display only purposes.

<smart-tagz :default-tags="['United Kingdom', 'Uruguay', 'Uzbekistan']" />


You can decide how to manage duplicate tags by either allowing or disallowing them completely. When set to false no duplicate values are allowed.

<smart-tagz :allow-duplicates="false" />

Auto Suggest

Whe set to true, the autosuggest prop suggests values in a dropdown. You also need to set the sources prop for this to work. The sources prop can be an Array of strings.

 <smart-tagz autosuggest :sources="['India', 'Brazil', 'China', 'United Kingdom']" />

Max Tags

The component can also be configured to accept the Maximum number of tags that can be created. Once the threshold is reached, the input will be hidden from the user.

Here we restrict the tags to 3

<smart-tagz :max-tags="3" />


The component can parse strings and automatically create tags for you. The default delimiter is "," but you can override this setting by manually setting the delimiter option.

<smart-tagz :allow-paste="{delimiter: ';'}" />

Editable Tags

The Tags are not editable by default, but you can change this setting with the editable prop. Simply double click a tag, make the changes and hit enter to save.

<smart-tagz editable />

Readonly Tags

You can lock the component with readonly mode. All interactions are disabled in read-only mode.

<smart-tagz read-only />


The components color scheme can be customized by passing a custom theme prop.

      primary: '#545454',
      background: '#bdbdbd',
      tagTextColor: '#fff',

πŸ“¦ Build Setup

# install dependencies
yarn install

# start dev
yarn run dev

# package lib
npm run rollup

# run css linting
yarn run lint:css

πŸ”¨ Contributing

  1. Fork it ( https://github.com/prabhuignoto/smart-tagz/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request


The project uses vite instead of @vue/cli. I choose vite for speed and i also believe vite will be the future.


Prabhu Murthy – @prabhumurthy2 – [email protected]

Distributed under the MIT license. See LICENSE for more information.


Download Details:

Author: prabhuignoto

Demo: https://smart-tagz.vercel.app/

Source Code: https://github.com/prabhuignoto/smart-tagz


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