\Kendo\UI\Filter

A PHP wrapper for Kendo UI Filter.

Inherits from \Kendo\UI\Widget.

Usage

To use Filter in a PHP page instantiate a new instance, configure it via the available configuration methods and output it by echo-ing the result of the render method.

Using Kendo Filter

<?php
// Create a new instance of Filter and specify its id
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');

// Configure it
$filter->applyButton(true)

// Output it

echo $filter->render();
?>

Methods

applyButton

If set to true the filter will display a button which when clicked will apply filtering over the datasource.

Returns

\Kendo\UI\Filter

Parameters

$value boolean

Example

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$filter->applyButton(true);
?>

change

Fired when the generated filter expression is changed. For additional information check the change event documentation.

Returns

\Kendo\UI\Filter

Parameters

$value string|\Kendo\JavaScriptFunction

Example - using string which defines a JavaScript function

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$filter->change('function(e) { }');
?>

Example - using string which defines a JavaScript name

<script>
    function onChange(e) {
        // handle the change event.
    }
</script>
<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$filter->change('onChange');
?>

Example - using \Kendo\JavaScriptFunction

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$filter->change(new \Kendo\JavaScriptFunction('function(e) { }'));
?>

expression

An object which represents a filter expression which the kendo.data.DataSource can use to filter the data.

Returns

\Kendo\UI\Filter

Parameters

$value ``

expressionPreview

If set to true the filter will visualize the filter expression that will be applied to the datasource.

Returns

\Kendo\UI\Filter

Parameters

$value boolean

Example

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$filter->expressionPreview(true);
?>

addField

Adds one or more FilterField to the Filter.

Returns

\Kendo\UI\Filter

Parameters

$value[, $value2, ...] \Kendo\UI\FilterField|array

Example - using \Kendo\UI\FilterField

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$field = new \Kendo\UI\FilterField();
$label = 'value';
$field->label($label);
$filter->addField($field);
?>

Example - using array

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$label = 'value';
$filter->addField(array('label' => $label));
?>

Example - adding more than one FilterField

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$first  = new \Kendo\UI\FilterField();
$second = new \Kendo\UI\FilterField();
$filter->addField($first, $second);
?>

mainLogic

Defines the value of the logical operator at the root level of the filter expression.

Returns

\Kendo\UI\Filter

Parameters

$value string

Example

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$filter->mainLogic('value');
?>

messages

The text messages displayed in the filter. Use it to customize or localize the filter messages.

Returns

\Kendo\UI\Filter

Parameters

$value \Kendo\UI\FilterMessages|array

Example - using \Kendo\UI\FilterMessages

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$messages = new \Kendo\UI\FilterMessages();
$and = 'value';
$messages->_and($and);
$filter->messages($messages);
?>

Example - using array

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$and = 'value';
$filter->messages(array('and' => $and));
?>

operators

The text of the filter operators displayed in the filter.

Returns

\Kendo\UI\Filter

Parameters

$value \Kendo\UI\FilterOperators|array

Example - using \Kendo\UI\FilterOperators

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$operators = new \Kendo\UI\FilterOperators();
$string = new \Kendo\UI\FilterOperatorsString();
$operators->string($string);
$filter->operators($operators);
?>

Example - using array

<?php
$filter = new \Kendo\UI\Filter('Filter');
$string = new \Kendo\UI\FilterOperatorsString();
$filter->operators(array('string' => $string));
?>
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