How to filter by object property in angularJS

I am trying to create a custom filter in AngularJS that will filter a list of objects by the values of a specific property. In this case, I want to filter by the "polarity" property(possible values of "Positive", "Neutral", "Negative").

Here is my working code without the filter:

HTML:

<div class="total">
    <h2 id="totalTitle"></h2>
    <div>{{tweets.length}}</div>
    <div id="totalPos">{{tweets.length|posFilter}}</div>
    <div id="totalNeut">{{tweets.length|neutFilter}}</div>
    <div id="totalNeg">{{tweets.length|negFilter}}</div>
</div>

Here is the "$scope.tweets" array in JSON format:

{{created_at: "Date", text: "tweet text", user:{name: "user name", screen_name: "user       screen name", profile_image_url: "profile pic"}, retweet_count: "retweet count", polarity: "Positive"},
 {created_at: "Date", text: "tweet text", user:{name: "user name", screen_name: "user screen name", profile_image_url: "profile pic"}, retweet_count: "retweet count", polarity: "Positive"},
 {created_at: "Date", text: "tweet text", user:{name: "user name", screen_name: "user screen name", profile_image_url: "profile pic"}, retweet_count: "retweet count", polarity: "Positive"}}

The best filter I could come up with as follows:

myAppModule.filter('posFilter', function(){
return function(tweets){
    var polarity;
    var posFilterArray = [];
    angular.forEach(tweets, function(tweet){
        polarity = tweet.polarity;
        console.log(polarity);
        if(polarity==='Positive'){
              posFilterArray.push(tweet);
        }
        //console.log(polarity);
    });
    return posFilterArray;
};
});

This method returns an empty array. And nothing is printed from the "console.log(polarity)" statement. It seems like I am not inserting the correct parameters to access the object property of "polarity."

Any ideas? Your response is greatly appreciated.

Answers:

Answer

You simply have to use the filter filter (see the documentation) :

<div id="totalPos">{{(tweets | filter:{polarity:'Positive'}).length}}</div>
<div id="totalNeut">{{(tweets | filter:{polarity:'Neutral'}).length}}</div>
<div id="totalNeg">{{(tweets | filter:{polarity:'Negative'}).length}}</div>

Fiddle

Answer

We have Collection as below:


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Syntax:

{{(Collection/array/list | filter:{Value : (object value)})[0].KeyName}}

Example:

{{(Collectionstatus | filter:{Value:dt.Status})[0].KeyName}}

-OR-

Syntax:

ng-bind="(input | filter)"

Example:

ng-bind="(Collectionstatus | filter:{Value:dt.Status})[0].KeyName"
Answer

The documentation has the complete answer. Anyway this is how it is done:

<input type="text" ng-model="filterValue">
<li ng-repeat="i in data | filter:{age:filterValue}:true"> {{i | json }}</li>

will filter only age in data array and true is for exact match.

For deep filtering,

<li ng-repeat="i in data | filter:{$:filterValue}:true"> {{i}}</li>

The $ is a special property for deep filter and the true is for exact match like above.

Answer

You could also do this to make it more dynamic.

<input name="filterByPolarity" data-ng-model="text.polarity"/>

Then you ng-repeat will look like this

<div class="tweet" data-ng-repeat="tweet in tweets | filter:text"></div>

This filter will of course only be used to filter by polarity

Answer

You can try this. its working for me 'name' is a property in arr.

repeat="item in (tagWordOptions | filter:{ name: $select.search } ) track by $index

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