Value Parsers

After cell editing the grid you have the opportunity to parse the value before inserting it into your data. This is done using Value Parsers.

A Value Parser is the inverse of a Value Formatter.

Example Value Parser

Below shows an example using value parsers. The following can be noted:

  • All columns are editable. After any edit, the console prints the new data for that row.
  • Column 'Name' is a string column. No parser is needed.
  • Column 'Bad Number' is bad because after an edit, the value is stored as a string in the data, whereas the data value should be number type.
  • Column 'Good Number' is good because after an edit, teh value is converted to a number using the value parser.

Value Parser Return Value

The return value of a value parser should be the result of the parse, i.e. return the value you want stored in the data.

Value Parser Parameters

The parameters passed to a value parser are as follows:

// interface for params interface ValueParserParams { oldValue: any, // the value before the change newValue: any, // the value after the change data: any, // the data you provided for this row node: RowNode, // the row node for this row colDef: ColDef, // the column def for this column column: Column, // the column for this column api: GridApi, // the grid API columnApi: ColumnApi, // the grid Column API context: any // the context }