You may not know this – but AngularJS comes with many handy filters built-in. I see programmers reinventing the wheel and reimplementing functionality that already exists all the time. Sometimes this happens because you need to address a specific use case but more often than not, it’s simply because the programmer wasn’t aware that the functionality was already there.
In this article, I will go over the many filters that AngularJS provides out of the box. Most of these are documented in the Angular Docs but lack real world examples, so I will approach this topic with a plethora of code samples and real world uses.