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Filter Multiple Values using ngx-filter-pipe

By : bustered
Date : August 01 2020, 01:00 PM
Hope that helps The issue is with your filter.
The package expects the filter to be as below:
code :
const filter = {
  name: {
    $or: ['abc']
  age: {
    $or: ['17']

$or expects an Array.

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How to implement filter by filter by search multiple property values in javascript?

By : qwerty
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help You could iterate through the keys and return true for the filter if some value is found.
code :
var resData = [{ firstName: "Jhon", lastName: "adam", emailId: "jhn12@gmail.com" }, { firstName: "Kyle", lastName: "Miller", emailId: "kl12@gmail.com" }, { firstName: "Jhonathan", lastName: "adam", emailId: "jadm12@gmail.com" }, { firstName: "Lewis", lastName: "harber", emailId: "lewh12@gmail.com" }],
    self = { state: { inputValue: 'adam' } },
    result = resData.filter(function (item) {
        return Object.keys(item).some(function (k) {
            return item[k].toLowerCase().indexOf(self.state.inputValue.toLowerCase()) !== -1;
var resData = [{ firstName: "Jhon", lastName: "adam", emailId: "jhn12@gmail.com" }, { firstName: "Kyle", lastName: "Miller", emailId: "kl12@gmail.com" }, { firstName: "Jhonathan", lastName: "adam", emailId: "jadm12@gmail.com" }, { firstName: "Lewis", lastName: "harber", emailId: "lewh12@gmail.com" }],
    self = { state: { inputValue: 'adam' } },
    result = resData.filter(function (item) {
        return ['firstName', 'lastName'].some(function (k) {
            return item[k].toLowerCase().indexOf(self.state.inputValue.toLowerCase()) !== -1;

angular2 - pipe - filter multiple json values

By : Nader S. Ikladious
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue I have an array of nested json objects like this: , You can use OR operator when filtering.
code :
    name: 'search'
export class SearchPipe implements PipeTransform {
    transform(items: any[], args: string): any {
      if (!args){
        return items;
      } else {
        return items
          .filter(item => 
            item.name.en.toLowerCase().indexOf(args[0]) !== -1 || item.name.it.toLowerCase().indexOf(args[1]) !== -1 

Angular Material - Filter Table by multiple filters and multiple filter values at the same time

By : amuizzski
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help You were on the right track with setting up the checkboxes and then using the model of the checkboxes to filter in the customFilterPredicate function.
code :
<mat-checkbox (change)="updateFilter()" [(ngModel)]="level.active" *ngFor="let level of levelsToShow">{{level.name}}</mat-checkbox>
export interface Level {
  active: boolean;
  name: string;
  level: number;
levelsToShow: Level[] = [
  { level: 1, active: false, name: 'Level 1' },
  { level: 2, active: false, name: 'Level 2' },
  { level: 3, active: false, name: 'Level 3' },
return data.name.toString().trim().toLowerCase().indexOf(searchString.name.toLowerCase()) !== -1 &&
        (this.levelsToShow.filter(level => !level.active).length === this.levelsToShow.length ||
         this.levelsToShow.filter(level => level.active).some(level => level.level === data.level));
updateFilter() {
  this.dataSource.filter = JSON.stringify(this.filteredValues);

angular filter pipe on multiple values of table columns

By : user2740394
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help Your code logic bug is that you are returning true if any of the filters match when you want to only return true if all the filters match.
code :
transform(vList: any[], vfilter?: any): any {
  if (!vList || !Object.keys(vfilter).length) {
    return vList;
  return vList.filter(item => {
          return Object.keys(vfilter)
            .filter(_ => vfilter.hasOwnProperty(_))
            .every(key => {
              if(!item[key]) return true; // matches undefined value
              const arrayValues = vfilter[key] as any[];
              return arrayValues.some(_ => _ === item[key]);

Pipe to allow multiple filter values simultaneously - Angular

By : user3230545
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you There can be multiple ways to do that one would be to attach some property to determine if location is active for example isLocationActive
Then toggle this flag as per your need and to apply active class also you don't need filter pipe in that case
code :
<div class="form-group row">
  <div ngDefaultControl [(ngModel)]="filteredLocation" name="locationFilter" id="locationFilter">
        <button value="All" class="m-2 btn btn-primary" (click)="activeAllEntries()" type="button">All</button>
        <button [class.active]="entry.isLocationActive" (click)="entry.isLocationActive = !entry.isLocationActive" class="m-2 btn btn-primary" type="button" *ngFor="let entry of timeLine | filterUnique; let i = index">{{entry.location}}</button>

<div class="timeline">
  <ng-container *ngFor="let entry of timeLine">
<my-timeline-entry *ngIf="entry.isLocationActive" timeEntryHeader={{entry.year}} timeEntryContent={{entry.detail}} timeEntryPlace={{entry.place}} timeEntryLocation={{entry.location}}></my-timeline-entry>

   activeAllEntries() {
      this.timeLine.forEach(t=> t.isLocationActive=!t.isLocationActive)
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