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              <div ng-controller="DemoCtrl as ctrl" layout="column" class="autocompletedemoBasicUsage" ng-app="MyApp">
  <md-content class="md-padding">
    <form ng-submit="$event.preventDefault()">
      <p>Use  <code>md-autocomplete</code> to search for matches from local or remote data sources.</p>
      <md-autocomplete  ng-disabled="ctrl.isDisabled" md-no-cache="ctrl.noCache" md-selected-item="ctrl.selectedItem" md-search-text-change="ctrl.searchTextChange(ctrl.searchText)" md-search-text="ctrl.searchText" md-autoselect="true" md-selected-item-change="ctrl.selectedItemChange(item)" md-items="item in ctrl.querySearch(ctrl.searchText)" md-item-text="item.display" md-min-length="0" placeholder="What is your favorite US state?">
          <span md-highlight-text="ctrl.searchText" md-highlight-flags="^i">{{item.display}}</span>
          No matches found for "{{ctrl.searchText}}".
      <md-checkbox ng-model="ctrl.simulateQuery">Simulate query for results?</md-checkbox>
      <md-checkbox ng-model="ctrl.noCache">Disable caching of queries?</md-checkbox>
      <md-checkbox ng-model="ctrl.isDisabled">Disable the input?</md-checkbox>

      <p>By default, <code>md-autocomplete</code> will cache results when performing a query.  After the initial call is performed, it will use the cached results to eliminate unnecessary server requests or lookup logic. This can be disabled above.</p>




              (function () {
  'use strict';
      .controller('DemoCtrl', DemoCtrl);

  function DemoCtrl ($timeout, $q, $log) {
    var self = this;

    self.simulateQuery = false;
    self.isDisabled    = false;

    // list of `state` value/display objects
    self.states        = loadAll();
    self.querySearch   = querySearch;
    self.selectedItemChange = selectedItemChange;
    self.searchTextChange   = searchTextChange;

    // ******************************
    // Internal methods
    // ******************************

     * Search for states... use $timeout to simulate
     * remote dataservice call.
    function querySearch (query) {
      var results = query ? self.states.filter( createFilterFor(query) ) : self.states,
      if (self.simulateQuery) {
        deferred = $q.defer();
        $timeout(function () { deferred.resolve( results ); }, Math.random() * 1000, false);
        return deferred.promise;
      } else {
        return results;

    function searchTextChange(text) {
      $'Text changed to ' + text);

    function selectedItemChange(item) {
      $'Item changed to ' + JSON.stringify(item));

     * Build `states` list of key/value pairs
    function loadAll() {
      var allStates = 'Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware,\
              Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana,\
              Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana,\
              Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina,\
              North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina,\
              South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia,\
              Wisconsin, Wyoming';

      return allStates.split(/, +/g).map( function (state) {
        return {
          value: state.toLowerCase(),
          display: state

     * Create filter function for a query string
    function createFilterFor(query) {
      var lowercaseQuery = angular.lowercase(query);

      return function filterFn(state) {
        return (state.value.indexOf(lowercaseQuery) === 0);