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Advanced Filtering with the Filter Filter

Advanced Filtering with the Filter Filter

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We've all seen the Filter Filter demos/tutorials. You **probably** aren't harnessing its full potential. This lesson will dive deep into the Filter Filter, and how we can use it more effectively.
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egghead.io

We've all seen the Filter Filter demos/tutorials. You probably aren't harnessing its full potential. This lesson will dive deep into the Filter Filter, and how we can use it more effectively.

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Bharat

This is really awesome Brett. Thanks. Now weave all this in a Rails context and you have just unlocked my brains :)

I have one basic question as a rails developer:

bower == bundler ??
or in javascript
bower === bundler ??

Bharat

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Brett Shollenberger

Hey Bharat-

Yep, Bower is a package manager for Javascript. Like Bundler, it helps you resolve dependencies between different packages, so you have a consistent environment to build your application in.

A nice thing about Javascript is that this doesn't need a particular context to work in; whether your back-end is Rails or Node or any other possibility, filtering will work the same way on the front-end. Suppose in Rails you have an API exposed that Javascript is consuming--that's how the data is getting into the front-end (most likely); same for any of the other frameworks from other applications :)

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Dylan

Looks like the min scope fn hasn't been added or is incorrectly implemented at the time of demo; Sandy Metz should've been filtered out on selection of the sinceDate.

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ryan

Is it possible to search by a formatted date ("shortDate" for example)?

HEY, QUICK QUESTION!
Joel's Head
Why are we asking?