How to filter form input data with json data in plain javascript?

I am stuck in little confusion how to fetch the specific result if I type title name in input formfield.Below is code that I have tried. I ll appreciate it.Thanks index.html file <form method=”POST”> <input type=”text” id=”searchName” class=”form-control” placeholder=”Lorem name”> <button onclick=”userAction(event)” class=”search-icon”><img src=”images/icon.png” alt=”submit”></button> </form> <ul id=”list”> </ul> JavaScript File const list = document.getElementById(‘list’);…

How to use jsonata to return multiple objects, distributing the first key/value, which will always be dateTime, with the remaining keys varying

How can jsonata be used to transform: { “data”: [ { “dateTime”: “2019-10-19T12:53:54.043Z”, “Reactor3.Level”: 1.51860072870498, “Reactor3.Temp”: 27.1360543141452 }, { “dateTime”: “2019-10-19T12:55:54.043Z”, “Reactor3.Press”: 88.9, “Reactor3.Temp”: 24.1418981047159 } ] } Into a series of objects containing only two keys of {“dateTime”:”2019-10-19T12:53:54.043Z”, key[1]:value[1]},{“dateTime”:”2019-10-19T12:53:54.043Z”,key[2]:value[2]} Such as the following: { “data”: [ { “dateTime”: “2019-10-19T12:53:54.043Z”, “Reactor3.Level”: 1.51860072870498 }, { “dateTime”:…

Is there a built in way of using snake case as the naming policy for JSON in ASP.NET Core 3?

I managed to get it working using the following code: .AddNewtonsoftJson(options => { options.SerializerSettings.ContractResolver = new DefaultContractResolver { NamingStrategy = new SnakeCaseNamingStrategy() }; }); However this makes MVC use Newtonsoft rather than System.Text.JSON which is faster, async and built in. Looking at the naming policy options in System.Text.JSON I could only find CamelCase. Is there…

Is there a built in way of using snake case as the naming policy for JSON in ASP.NET Core 3?

I managed to get it working using the following code: .AddNewtonsoftJson(options => { options.SerializerSettings.ContractResolver = new DefaultContractResolver { NamingStrategy = new SnakeCaseNamingStrategy() }; }); However this makes MVC use Newtonsoft rather than System.Text.JSON which is faster, async and built in. Looking at the naming policy options in System.Text.JSON I could only find CamelCase. Is there…