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ng2-smart-table v1.4.0

Angular Smart Table

Build Status

Angular Smart Table Component

ng2-smart-table component made with :heart: by Akveo team. Follow us on Twitter to get latest news about this component first!

We are looking for contributor

At the moment we cannot give our full attention to the library, and only planning Angular version updates for 2019. If you are interested in helping us support the project - just ping @nnixaa in the issues and we can discuss how you could help. Thanks for you support!


Live Demo

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The library is available as npm package, so all you need to do is to run the following command:

npm install --save ng2-smart-table

This command will create a record in your package.json file and install the package into the npm modules folder.

Minimal Setup Example

First thing you need to do is to import the ng2-smart-table directives into your component.

import { Ng2SmartTableModule } from 'ng2-smart-table';

Then register it by adding to the list of directives of your module:

// ...

  imports: [
    // ...
    // ...
  declarations: [ ... ]
// ...

Now, we need to configure the table and add it into the template. The only required setting for the component to start working is a columns configuration. Let's register settings property inside of the component where we want to have the table and configure some columns Settings documentation:

settings = {
  columns: {
    id: {
      title: 'ID'
    name: {
      title: 'Full Name'
    username: {
      title: 'User Name'
    email: {
      title: 'Email'

Finally let's put the ng2-smart-table component inside of the template:

// ...

  template: `
    <ng2-smart-table [settings]="settings"></ng2-smart-table>
// ...

At this step you will have a minimal configured table. All functions are available by default and you don't need to configure them anyhow, so now you can add/edit/delete rows, sort or filter the table, etc.

Still it seems like something is missing... Right, there is no data in the table by default. To add some, let's create an array property with a list of objects in the component. Please note that object keys are the same as in the columns configuration.

data = [
    id: 1,
    name: "Leanne Graham",
    username: "Bret",
    email: ""
    id: 2,
    name: "Ervin Howell",
    username: "Antonette",
    email: ""
  // ... list of items
    id: 11,
    name: "Nicholas DuBuque",
    username: "Nicholas.Stanton",
    email: ""

And pass the data to the table:

// ...

  template: `
    <ng2-smart-table [settings]="settings" [source]="data"></ng2-smart-table>
// ...

Now you have some data in the table.

Further Documentation

Installation, customization and other useful articles:

How can I support developers?

  • Star our GitHub repo :star:
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Can I hire you guys?

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  • Local data source (Server/API DataSource is on its way)
  • Filtering
  • Sorting
  • Pagination
  • Inline Add/Edit/Delete
  • Flexible event model


MIT license.

Special thanks to our awesome contributors!



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