Angular 4 Tutorial Create Custom Search Filter Pipe In HTML Table

I will share how to create custom search filter pipe on angular 4 to fellow beginners like me. The filter feature on the angularJS has been omitted on angular 2 and 4. To create a data filter on angular 4 requires the support of a pipe. You can use a pipe to filter the data in HTML table. Follow this short tutorial

What is a PIPE?

I will not discuss what a pipe is. All the full explanations of the angular pipe are documented on the official Angular 4 website. In essence, the pipe is the same as the filters on the angularjs, and the pipe has a feature that allows us to transform or convert or format data in real-time. Without the help of pipe, we can not create custom filters on angular 4.

As in previous versions, Angular also provides several built-in Pipes that can be used directly like DatePipe, UpperCasePipe, LowerCasePipe, CurrencyPipe, and PercentPipe. Sometimes we need a Pipe that suits our needs.

In this tutorial will create a custom search to filter data on HTML table

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Angular 4 Tutorial Create Custom Search Filter Pipe In HTML Table Min

Custom search filter pipe angular 4 tutorials for beginner

Note: in this tutorial, I use ng-cli generator to create a pipe

Create a new pipe with the following command

Copy the following code in filterdata.pipe.ts

Do not forget to import the above pipe in app.module.ts (If you use ng-cli generator, pipe automatically added to app.module.ts)

Example of using pipe above, please add new object and copy the following code in app.component.ts

Add the following html script in app.component.html

The result of custom search filter pipe angular 4 above will be like the following picture

Angular 4 Tutorial Custom Search Filter Pipe In Html Table

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