Mastering Angular Material Data-Table: Sorting, Filtering, and Pagination

In today's fast-paced world of web development, creating efficient and user-friendly data tables is essential. Thankfully, Angular Material provides a powerful solution with its data-table component, allowing developers to implement sorting, filtering, and pagination seamlessly.

In my recent YouTube tutorial, I walk you through the process of harnessing the full potential of Angular Material data tables. From sorting rows based on specific columns to applying advanced filtering options and implementing pagination controls, this tutorial covers it all.

Why Angular Material?

Angular Material is a UI component library developed by the Angular team, offering a set of reusable and accessible UI components. One of its standout features is the data-table component, which simplifies the process of displaying large datasets in a structured and interactive format.

Key Features Covered:

  1. Sorting: Enable users to sort table rows based on column values, providing a seamless browsing experience.

  2. Filtering: Implement advanced filtering options to allow users to refine data based on specific criteria.

  3. Pagination: Divide large datasets into manageable chunks, improving performance and navigation within the table.

Live Demo and GitHub Repository:

To complement the tutorial, I've provided a live demo showcasing the implementation of sorting, filtering, and pagination in a real-world Angular project. You can explore the demo and access the complete source code on GitHub:


Enhancing the functionality and usability of your web applications has never been easier with Angular Material data tables. Whether you're a seasoned developer looking to level up your skills or a newcomer eager to explore the world of Angular, this tutorial has something for everyone.

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