To use the Bootstrap Datetime-Picker with AngularJS as a filter in Smart Table, you can create a custom filter template and integrate the datetime-picker component with it. Smart Table allows you to define custom filters and use them to filter data in the table.

Here's a step-by-step guide on how to achieve this:

Step 1: Install Dependencies Make sure you have the required dependencies installed in your project:

  • AngularJS
  • Smart Table
  • Bootstrap
  • Bootstrap Datetime-Picker (Eonasdan Datetime-Picker)

Step 2: Create a Custom Filter Template Create a custom filter template using the Bootstrap Datetime-Picker. You can place this template in a separate HTML file or directly in your main HTML file.

<!-- datetime-filter.html --> <div class="input-group"> <input type="text" class="form-control" id="datetimePicker" ng-model="selectedDate" placeholder="Select a date and time" /> <span class="input-group-addon"> <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-calendar"></span> </span> </div>

Step 3: Create a Custom Filter Function In your AngularJS controller, define a custom filter function that will be used to filter the data based on the selected date.

// In your AngularJS controller app.controller('YourController', function($scope) { // Your table data $scope.tableData = [...]; // Your table data goes here // Initialize the filter with an empty selected date $scope.selectedDate = ''; // Custom filter function $scope.customFilter = function(item) { if (!$scope.selectedDate) { return true; // If no date is selected, show all data } // Implement your filtering logic here based on the selected date // For example, you can compare the date field in your table data with the selected date // and return true or false accordingly. // Replace 'dateField' with the actual field name in your table data that contains the date. return item.dateField === $scope.selectedDate; }; });

Step 4: Add the Custom Filter to Smart Table In your HTML file, use the st-set-filter attribute to specify the custom filter for the Smart Table.

<!-- Your main HTML file --> <table st-table="tableData" st-set-filter="customFilter"> <!-- Table headers and rows go here --> </table>

Step 5: Integrate Bootstrap Datetime-Picker Finally, integrate the Bootstrap Datetime-Picker with the custom filter template and your AngularJS controller. You can use the angular-bootstrap-datetimepicker directive for this purpose.

<!-- Your main HTML file --> <script src="path/to/angular.js"></script> <script src="path/to/smart-table.js"></script> <script src="path/to/bootstrap.js"></script> <script src="path/to/moment.js"></script> <script src="path/to/angular-bootstrap-datetimepicker.js"></script> <script src="your-controller.js"></script> <!-- Add the datetime-filter.html template --> <script type="text/ng-template" id="datetime-filter.html"> <!-- Include the datetime-picker directive --> <datetimepicker data-ng-model="selectedDate" data-datetimepicker-config="{ dropdownSelector: '#datetimePicker' }"> <button class="btn btn-default"> <i class="glyphicon glyphicon-calendar"></i> </button> </datetimepicker> </script> <!-- The table with the custom filter --> <table st-table="tableData" st-set-filter="customFilter"> <!-- Table headers and rows go here --> <!-- Use the custom filter template --> <tfoot> <tr> <td colspan="..."> <div st-search="" class="input-group"> <input type="text" class="form-control" placeholder="Global Search" /> <span class="input-group-addon"> <span class="glyphicon glyphicon-search"></span> </span> </div> </td> <td> <!-- Use the datetime-filter.html template here --> <div ng-include="'datetime-filter.html'"></div> </td> </tr> </tfoot> </table>

Replace your-controller.js with the path to your AngularJS controller file, and update the datetime-filter.html template as needed.

With these steps, you should have a Smart Table with a custom filter that integrates the Bootstrap Datetime-Picker and allows you to filter data based on the selected date. Adjust the filtering logic in the custom filter function according to your specific use case and data structure.

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