Find and Remove Objects from Array with Identical Property

I have two arrays of objects, one with approx. 1800 items and the second with approx. 600 items. An example of the data in each array: let exampleArray = [{ID:X2346,NAME:”someName”},{ID:…

How to find a key by value of a child element?

My JSON file (countries_numbers.json): { “AF”: { “countryName”: “Afghanistan”, “countryPrefix”: “93” }, “AL”: { “…

How do I search through an array using a string, which is split into an array?

I currently have a half solution to this, but I was wondering if there is a better way to write this. I have the following array with equipment deliveries: Which I search through using an input: What I’m trying to achieve is to split the search word with spaces, and check if an index in the array contains all of these words. I currently search up to three words, since the code would become too long using my “solution”, if I searched for more. This is my code: What would be the correct way to search using all the words

Combine javascript functions to work together

I am building a search form that filters the results based on the a text input as well as select options from four separate drop-downs (category, sub-category, location, etc). The following two functions work well, but I just realized that if I type a search term in the input, make my drop-down selections and then go back and type a different search term, my drop-downs are ignored. I’ve found solutions for similar problems across this site, but nothing that pertains to my particular situation. This is the filter for the drop-downs: and Here is the one the filters based on

JS search in object values

I have an array of homogeneous objects like so; I’d like to search these objects’ values (not keys) with a keyword, and return an array of objects that contain the keyword in any of the values. So for example, with a keyword r, I would get all the objects (“baR” in object #1, “loRem” in object #2 and “doloR” in object #3). With a keyword lo, I would get objects 2 and 3 (“LOrem” and “doLOr”), with a, I’d get objects 1 and 3, (“bAr” and “Amet”). With the keyword foo however, I would get an empty array, since “foo”