Angular Datatable with an Example
in this tutorial, You’ll learn How to create Angular 8/9 project and integrate jQuery DataTables using angular datatable components. The datatable is used to create feature-rich grid from an HTML table.
DataTables is a popular jQuery library to display data in grid table. The DataTables convert simple HTML table into feature-rich HTML Table with advanced options like searching, sorting, and pagination.
Datatable with Angular
We’ll go over how to establish an Angular 8 project and load the essential modules to integrate jQuery Datatables step by step in this tutorial. We’ll also use REST API HTTP calls to load dynamic data from the server end into jQuery DataTables.
Let’s create an angular 8/9 application, to create an app you need to use angular CLI, if you don’t have it yet, Please install using the below command:
npm install -g @angular/cli
Please make sure that you have Node 8.9 or higher and NPM 6 or higher version to create Angular project.
You can check the Node version by using
node --version and
Create Fresh Angular 9 Application
We’ll make a new Angular 8 project to display records using DataTables. Using the following command, we will create the angular datatables project.
ng new datatables_example
Let’s go to the project folder and installed the required jQuery DataTables dependencies.
Import jQuery DataTables and CSS Files
We’ll import CSS and JS libraries into the angular.json file after successfully installing jQuery Datatables and related files.
Add Dependencies in Angular Application
We will add dependencies into
Create HTTP Request to Load Data into Datatable
Let’s add DataTables modules into
Display Records in DataTables in Angular 8
app.component.html file to display records in DataTables. We will loop through postData object to bind data into table.
You learned how to install Angular 8 CLI and start a new Angular 8 project in this brief tutorial. You’ve learned how to use Angular DataTable components to combine jQuery DataTables with an Angular 8 project. Please feel free to remark if you have any questions or recommendations.
Originally published at https://www.js-tutorials.com on April 3, 2022.