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jQuery jQuery MobilePhoneNumber

jQuery MobilePhoneNumber is a jQuery Mobile plugin.

Created by Stripe

A general purpose library for validating and formatting mobile phone numbers.

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jQuery.mobilePhoneNumber Build Status CDNJS

A general purpose library for validating and formatting mobile phone numbers.

$('input.phone-num').mobilePhoneNumber();

You can bind to an event when the user changes the country of the phone number:

$('input.phone-num').bind('country.mobilePhoneNumber', function(e, country) {
  console.log('The new country code:', country);
})

You can find a demo here.

Dependencies:

API

$.fn.mobilePhoneNumber([options])

Enables phone number formatting.

Options:

  • defaultPrefix: allows the user to type a phone number without the prefix for this specific value.

Example:

$('input.phone-num').mobilePhoneNumber({
  defaultPrefix: '+1'
});

$.fn.mobilePhoneNumber('val')

Returns the phone number value with prefix, but without other formatting.

Example:

$('input.phone-num').val(); //=> '+1 (415) 123-5554'
$('input.phone-num').mobilePhoneNumber('val'); //=> '+14151235554'

$.fn.mobilePhoneNumber('validate')

Returns whether the phone number is valid.

Note: this implementation is very naive; it only validates that the phone number is longer than its prefix.

Example:

$('input.phone-num').val(); //=> '+1 (415) 123-5554'
$('input.phone-num').mobilePhoneNumber('validate'); //=> true

$('input.phone-num').val(); //=> '+43'
$('input.phone-num').mobilePhoneNumber('validate'); //=> false

$.fn.mobilePhoneNumber('country')

Returns the two-letter country code of the phone number.

Example:

$('input.phone-num').val(); //=> '+32 495 12 34 56'
$('input.phone-num').mobilePhoneNumber('country'); //=> 'BE'

$.fn.mobilePhoneNumber('prefix')

Returns the prefix of the phone number.

Example:

$('input.phone-num').val(); //=> '+32 495 12 34 56'
$('input.phone-num').mobilePhoneNumber('prefix'); //=> '+32'

$.formatMobilePhoneNumber(phone)

Returns the formatted phone number.

Example:

$.formatMobilePhoneNumber('14151235554'); //=> '+1 (415) 123-5554'

Events

country.mobilePhoneNumber

Triggered when the country has changed.

Example:

$('input.phone-num').bind('country.mobilePhoneNumber', function(e, country) {
  console.log('The new country code:', country);
})

// Simulate user input
$('input.phone-num').val('+32495123456').keyup();
//=> The new country code: BE

Building

Run cake build

Running tests

Run cake test

Mobile recommendations

We recommend you set the pattern, type, and x-autocompletetype attributes, which will trigger autocompletion and a numeric keypad to display on touch devices:

<input class="phone-num" type="tel" pattern="\d*" x-autocompletetype="tel">

You may have to turn off HTML5 validation (using the novalidate form attribute) when using this pattern, since it won't permit spaces and other characters that appear in the formatted version of the phone number.



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