[Support request] GeneratePress and Angular

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  • #918330
    Yulia

    Hello, guys. Could you please say if GeneratePress can work with the Angular?
    Not sure how to start with the topic. Now I got a site:
    https://y.co/yachts-for-sale/yachts/all
    And it’s got that filter functionality, I’ve researched and found about the Angular (it’s made on it as it seems), so the question is can I work with Angular and GeneratPress through this https://angularxo.io
    Or may be there’s a simpler way? I know about the ACF and Formidable and Facetwp, so this is a conventional way to move, but this Angular thing looks so reactive (found a term even there 🙂 ), so what about this area? Can you please guide me how could I in a rapid manner to build such 1 page apps. Thanks.

    #918377
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    to build that filter system would take custom development. Angular is a complete JS library so maybe overkill for what you need.

    Maybe a simpler option would a search and filter plugin like:

    https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/search-filter/

    #918422
    Yulia

    Sorry, forgot to ask, if I build this with Facetwp and ACF, I need this comparison feature. So I thought about a page with querying of posts with field Selected.
    The only thing left to make value of the field Selected change through Ajax.
    Is there a way? Like when I click on listing, the field value changes. Then I need to clear that field too somehow. Thanks.

    #918428
    Yulia

    Thanks for the reply, I guess I must ask where should I post this question.
    So, there’s no way to integrate Angular into GeneratePress? From what I checked it seems really impressive, those app functionality

    #918435
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    To integrate it with the GP blog for example would require custom development. We normally recommend looking at https://codeable.io/ for a developer who could do that for you.

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