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In this video we will discuss filters in AngularJS

Filters in angular can do 3 different things
1. Format data
2. Sort data
3. Filter data

Filters can be used with a binding expression or a directive

To apply a filter use pipe (|) character

Syntax : {{ expression | filterName:parameter }}

Angular filters for formatting data
Filter Description
lowercase Formats all characters to lowercase
uppercase Formats all characters to uppercase
number Formats a number as text. Includes comma as thousands separator and the number of decimal places can be specified
currency Formats a number as a currency. $ is default. Custom currency and decimal places can be specified
date Formats date to a string based on the requested format

Angular Date formats
Format Result
yyyy 4 digit year. Exampe 1998
yy 2 digit year. Example 1998 => 98
MMMM January - December
MMM Jan - Dec
MM 01 - 12
M 1 - 12 (No leading ZEROS)
dd 01 - 31
d 1 - 31 (No leading ZEROS)

Angular date format documentation

limitTo filter : Can be used to limit the number of rows or characters in a string.

Syntax : {{ expression | limitTo : limit : begin}}

The following example uses all the above filters
angularjs filters example


var app = angular
        .module("myModule", [])
        .controller("myController", function ($scope) {

            var employees = [
                    name: "Ben", dateOfBirth: new Date("November 23, 1980"),
                    gender: "Male", salary: 55000.788
                    name: "Sara", dateOfBirth: new Date("May 05, 1970"),
                    gender: "Female", salary: 68000
                    name: "Mark", dateOfBirth: new Date("August 15, 1974"),
                    gender: "Male", salary: 57000
                    name: "Pam", dateOfBirth: new Date("October 27, 1979"),
                    gender: "Female", salary: 53000
                    name: "Todd", dateOfBirth: new Date("December 30, 1983"),
                    gender: "Male", salary: 60000

            $scope.employees = employees;
            $scope.rowCount = 3;


<!DOCTYPE html>
<html xmlns="">
    <script src="Scripts/angular.min.js"></script>
    <script src="Scripts/Script.js"></script>
    <link href="Styles.css" rel="stylesheet" />
<body ng-app="myModule">
    <div ng-controller="myController">
        Rows to display : <input type="number" step="1"
                                 ng-model="rowCount" max="5" min="0" />
        <br /><br />
                    <th>Date of Birth</th>
                    <th>Salary (number filter)</th>
                    <th>Salary (currency filter)</th>
                <tr ng-repeat="employee in employees | limitTo:rowCount">
                    <td> {{ | uppercase }} </td>
                    <td> {{ employee.dateOfBirth | date:"dd/MM/yyyy" }} </td>
                    <td> {{ employee.gender }} </td>
                    <td> {{ employee.salary | number:2 }} </td>
                    <td> {{ employee.salary | currency : "£" : 1 }} </td>


body {
    font-family: Arial;

table {
    border-collapse: collapse;

td {
    border: 1px solid black;
    padding: 5px;

th {
    border: 1px solid black;
    padding: 5px;
    text-align: left;

Upcoming videos : Sorting and filtering data using angular filters

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  1. Great work, I'm a big fan of yours ! greetings from Mauritius

  2. Excellent in depth Explanations!
    A correction: While trying to work with the code sample the increment did not work, in the HTML page ng-model directive for rowCount had to be shifted position within the input tag to make it work. Strange but worked only when declared before the step attribute or at the end of the input tag.
    This Worked:
    input type="number" ng-model="rowCount" step="1"   max="5" min="0"
    This did not work:
    input type="number" step="1" ng-model="rowCount" max="5" min="0"

  3. Your videos are too good .
    please post tutorials on node js


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