Initialisation promise

When you initialise International Telephone Input with one of the asynchronous initialisation options (like utilsScript or geoIpLookup), a JavaScript Promise is returned as a property of the instance object e.g. in the example below, this can be acccessed as iti.promise. This Promise will be resolved when the asynchronous actions have been completed e.g. the utils script has been loaded in the case of utilsScript, and/or the IP lookup has completed in the case of geoIpLookup. This is useful if you want to do something as soon as the initialisation is complete. Perhaps you want to show a loading state while the IP lookup is happening, and then hide it once the initial country has been set.


Status: Initialising...


  <span id="status">Initialising...</span>
<input id="phone" type="tel" />


const input = document.querySelector("#phone");
const statusElement = document.querySelector("#status");

const iti = window.intlTelInput(input, {
  utilsScript: "/intl-tel-input/js/utils.js?1684676252775",
iti.promise.then(() => {
  statusElement.innerHTML = "Initialised!";