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Filtering request data

Discover how to utilize the pre-installed filters to sort your data beforehand, and create custom filters to sort data after a request is complete.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to filter data in Wized with two different options.
You can either use a built-in filter in your request to get already filtered data or get all data in the request and apply filters afterwards.
We'll show you how to use built-in filters, and how to filter data after a request response using JavaScript array filtering methods.
No matter if your backend is powered by Supabase, Firebase, Airtable or a custom rest API, this tutorial will help you understand which approach to take for your own project.

We don't recommend this method for filtering data after a request is complete. Instead, use Finsweet Attributes​

Filtering data after a requeste has been completed, can be built with Wized. However, we don't recommend this method, since Attributes are compatible with Wized out of the box, and they make the process more streamlined.