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Pipe

decorator

Decorator that marks a class as pipe and supplies configuration metadata.

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Option Description
name

The pipe name to use in template bindings. Typically uses lowerCamelCase because the name cannot contain hyphens.

pure

When true, the pipe is pure, meaning that the transform() method is invoked only when its input arguments change. Pipes are pure by default.

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Description

A pipe class must implement the PipeTransform interface. For example, if the name is "myPipe", use a template binding expression such as the following:

{{ exp | myPipe }}

The result of the expression is passed to the pipe's transform() method.

A pipe must belong to an NgModule in order for it to be available to a template. To make it a member of an NgModule, list it in the declarations field of the NgModule metadata.

Options

The pipe name to use in template bindings. Typically uses lowerCamelCase because the name cannot contain hyphens.

name: string

When true, the pipe is pure, meaning that the transform() method is invoked only when its input arguments change. Pipes are pure by default.

pure: boolean

If the pipe has internal state (that is, the result depends on state other than its arguments), set pure to false. In this case, the pipe is invoked on each change-detection cycle, even if the arguments have not changed.

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